FORTNITE fans are split over a leaked ‘No Build’ LTM that will do away with the game’s core mechanic.
Hypex says Epic Games is working on a No Build LTM[/caption]
But the lack of the building aspect of the game — even just for a LTM — is riling up a vocal portion of the community.
Which is ironic, as Warzone followed in Fortnite’s footsteps with the pivot to battle royale.
“[Why] remove building when thats [sic] what the game has been based around this whole time,” chimed in another Twitter user.
“Kinda seems pointless tho why even play fortnite at that point lol,” added someone else.
A lot of the comments were excited about the prospect of the no build mode.
Some said they have friends who might give Fortnite a whirl if the LTM rolls out.
But in-fighting is going on between the ‘sweats’ and ‘casuals’.
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Sweats play using unnecessarily elaborate strategies while casuals are just running around having fun. According to the community at large, at least.
Sweats aren’t a fan of the mode, while casuals are adamant they have an issue with it as they’re not good enough players without using building as a crutch.
“Casuals really believe they won’t get slaughtered in this LMAO,” tweeted someone who likes building.
“Ahhh a sweats worst nightmare. Heyyy um can this be a permanent mode already?” said a casual.
Either way, the No Build LTM is set to be a temporary mode and players can choose to dive in or not.
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