Epic Games continues to grope its way through the thorny issue of aim assist. With the launch of Chapter 2 Season 3, the publisher has (again) reduced the controller aim assist on PC.
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Choppa Helicopters are still in-game in Chapter 2 Season 3. Epic Games has even decided to leave them available in Arena mode. A choice that is far from delighting players...
As announced by Epic Games, trios will be back for Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 3 Cash Cups. This weekend players can play this format in Arena.
Deployed discreetly by Epic Games a relatively large nerf on the controller aim assist on PC is now active in-game.
The Fortnite Champion Series Invitational was the new surprise tournament organized for the end of Chapter 2 Season 2. The best players from each region competed in Solos for a total of $2 million prize pool. Furious and Arkhram are the great winners for America region.
Benjyfishy, the famous NRG player, organized a brand new tournament in partnership with Epic Games.
Tyler "Ninja" Blevins is never far from Fortnite for long. He has recently announced a tournament series called "Ninja Battles" with a prize pool of $480,000.
Fortnite FNCS Invitational in Asia ended badly. Shortly after the competition, Sekosama who won the tournament was banned and lost his $15,000 prize money. For what reason? He would have cheated in the final.
FNCS NA standings have been pointed out by many professional players. Once again, the controller aim assist is at the centre of an ongoing controversy.
The Fortnite Champion Series Invitational is the new surprise tournament organized for the end of Chapter 2 Season 2. The second week of competition will end with the qualification of 80 players for the North American region.
If we needed proof that Fortnite wasn't a dead game, it just broke a new record.
The Fortnite Champion Series Invitational is the new surprise tournament organized for the end of Chapter 2 Season 2. The first week of competition will end with the qualification of 600 players for the North American region.
By lying about his age to participate in the FNCS Invitational Open Qualifier, a famous Brazilian player is now banned from Fortnite for four years.
The news was confirmed on Twitter recently by Liquid STRETCH: he no longer forms a duo with World Champion Kyle "Bugha" Giersdorf.
FNCS Solo Open Qualifier didn't run smoothly this weekend. Some pros call for a remake of at least one of the two sessions: some players would have used cheat and/or aimbot programs.
The announcement was made live by Neo, the boss of the French organization: Austrian player Stompy joins Vitality. This is the first international recruitment for their Fortnite roster.
The Fortnite Champion Series Invitational is the new surprise tournament organized for the end of Chapter 2 Season 2. The best players from each region will compete in Solos for a total of $2 million prize pool.
British organization Excel Esports, best known for their League of Legends European Championship side, have moved into competitive Fortnite with the signing of Fortnite World Cup Duos runner-up Jaden "Wolfiez" Ashman.
Fortnite has unveiled its plans for official competitions in 2020 — including FNCS, Cash Cups and World Cup. Epic Games is coming with information for all these tournaments and, despite the circumstances, it's not all bad news.
We now know what will happen to Fortnite's most anticipated competition. 2020 World Cup won't take place due to the global coronavirus crisis.