Pokimane praises Epic for “always customizing” Fortnite amid the no-build mode hype.

Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys weighed in on Epic Games’ mostly well-received decision to remove buildings in Fortnite’s latest chapter. With Chapter 3 Season 2 coming, the game may have undergone the biggest change in its illustrious history, and Poki is here for it.

Pokimane has long been a staple of the Fortnite scene. Despite quitting it more than once, the streamer keeps coming back to the game — at least for major updates.

With Epic Games’ decision to remove buildings from gameplay, streamers are jumping in with their compliments and critiques on the impact it’s had on the game in general.

In a March 24 stream, Poki gave the argument mode a spin and had clear thoughts from the start: “I’m glad we can at least see what it’s like with no buildings.”

Twitch: Pokemon

Pokimane is playing Fortnite again and loving it – all thanks to the no-build mode.

She continued with her feelings on the decision and gave a stirring recommendation for the moves drawn by Epic Games.

“Say whatever you want to say about Fortnite or Epic Games, you have to give it to them. They are always adapting and coming out with fresh content and trying new things. And I respect the hell of it.”

Along with the decision to remove builds, Poki immediately excited another new feature of Season 3 Chapter 2. “I can’t believe they let you ride the battle bus. I remember pressing B to thank the driver.”

However, Pokimane’s thoughts were best summed up by the rhetorical question every gamer asks after every update: “What hasn’t Fortnite done?”

While the overall reaction to this decision has been largely positive, the Fortnite subreddit quickly turned to anarchy, with Hardcore fans lament thousands of wasted hours learning to build.

However, streamers can’t rave enough, by Tfue to Dr Disrespect and now Poki – with the no-build mode gaining insane attention in the community. Pokimane praises Epic for “always customizing” Fortnite amid the no-build mode hype.

Emma Bowman

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