dr Disrespect claims Fortnite’s no-build mode is being held back by one important thing

dr Disrespect is a big fan of Fortnite’s new Zero Build mode, but thinks it’s being held back by one thing – kids playing the game with controller aim support running in lobbies.

Epic Games made waves by trying out a no-build mode in Fortnite, and those waves turned into a tsunami after they decided to make it permanent in the form of a new mode. Many streamers were excited about the addition.

Doc is even on board. He admitted it was “fun,” which was something he thought he’d never say about the game.

However, now that he’s had time to bite into it, he thinks it’s held back by one thing – aim assist.

Epic Games

Epic Games hasn’t made any building permanent in Fortnite by adding a new Zero Build mode.

“I feel like Fortnite’s no-build mode was built for me,” the two-timer said. “Super athletic, high mobility, slide 360 ​​sniper shots, shotty in your face, etc.” So he’s definitely a fan of the mode.

In the end, however, he added his biggest criticism. “Just shit aim assist controller junky kids mixed.”

He’s expressed this view multiple times in the past, most notably on Apex Legends and Warzone.

In fact, the two-timer even likened it to hacking. “At this point, you might as well just call it hacks,” he said. “It’s like a version of hacks. Except it’s not all headshots, but all bullets hit your body.”

The searing anger he feels at the aim assist has also prompted him to snatch and punch his chair.

So it’s not surprising that this is his biggest criticism of Fortnite, regardless of how much he loves the new Zero Build mode.

https://www.dexerto.com/fortnite/dr-disrespect-fortnite-no-build-mode-held-back-one-thing-1796926/ dr Disrespect claims Fortnite’s no-build mode is being held back by one important thing

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