Dr Disrespect claims a new ‘Fortnite” mode is being held back by one thing
It is safe to say Epic Games decided that Fortnite‘s permanent no-build mode was necessary.
This was indeed a bold move, but Epic Games took out building last month – which is probably what makes Fortnite what it is – from battle royale to huge success. It received a huge response from fans, and it will stay!
Even Herschel “Dr Disrespect” Beahm, who has been a critic of Fortnite’s Zero Build mode, admitted that it is quite good. However, he believes it is being held back by one thing: players using aim assist.
Fortnite has had aim assist for a long time. Epic Games may have made it more prominent over the years, but it is still a controversial addition to Fortnite.
Beahm posted on Twitter, “I feel like Fortniteno build mode was made for me.” “Super athletic, high mobility and shotty in the face, slide 360 sniper shots. It’s a shame that aim assist controller junky children are mixed.
He said, “At this stage, you might as well call it hacks.” It’s a variant of hacks. They’re not all headshots. But all bullets do get onto your body.
Beahm isn’t the only one feeling this way. Epic won’t be removing aim assist from the game any time soon. There was a time when Zero Build mode was not possible, but I think anything is possible to this day.