Team Solo Mid's Ali 'Myth' Kabbani has come up a genius way to end competitive Fortnite games going forward in a way that may surprise a few people and it doesn't change the way the game is played.
Fortnite pros are always looking for some way to improve the competitive aspect of the game - whether it be the removal of a weapon or item or even the addition of something to the game.
So, while he was watching the Fortnite Summer Smash event that was being held in Australia, Myth came up with a genius idea to help the ending of competitive games that can get bogged down.
The Team Solo Mid pro player stated on stream: “I don’t see why the zone has to close. No, no, or it could just keep moving. Let's say the eighth or ninth zone, it just constantly moves.
“Why does it have to close? Maybe that would drag the game on too long though. But I can’t see it dragging it too long because whoever is high (up with building) has to come down sooner or later - they’d have to fight.”
Myth’s idea follows his recent Twitter call out of Epic Games for their changes to the competitive scene. The Fortnite developer and publisher announced that the newest season of the game will kick off around the same dates of the next major competitive event - IEM Katowice.
“I'm kinda at a lost for words. What's happening internally? Are things dysfunctional? Did blog number one have a huge error? Lots of questions that need to be answered." Myth posted to Twitter about the news.
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