Ninja is asking Epic to remove Fortnite’s ‘most broken’ weapon

Twitch star Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins called out Fortnite’s “most elo-inflating” weapon, urging Epic Games to remove it from the popular battle royale.

Ever since Epic Games made the groundbreaking decision to remove Zero Build mode building from Fortnite, Ninja has returned to the battle royale that helped him find fame.

Since falling in love with the game all over again, Blevins has seen a massive spike in viewership on Twitch.

While he recently praised Epic’s handling of Fortnite, there are still a few changes the company would like to make – including the removal of an annoying weapon.

Ninja with Fortnite No Build characters in the background
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Ninja is back to grind Fortnite on his Twitch channel.

Ninja rampages on Fortnite’s Drum Shotgun

The 30-year-old streamer was there live on May 13 when he encountered the power of the Drum Shotgun. After being killed by the shotgun with full shields in just a few seconds, he raged furiously at how powerful the weapon is.

“I hate the drum shotty so much! It requires no skill, please remove it from the game!” the streamer shouted.

He went on to rant: “I’m not enjoying it. I don’t enjoy dying from or using this weapon. I use it so I can win. It’s a broken weapon that needs to be removed because it’s an Elo inflator dude.”

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The Drum Shotgun has become one of the most coveted weapons in all of Fortnite due to its ability to melt opponents faster than any other weapon in the gun.

Ninja ended his angry tirade by saying, “A five-year-old with a darn controller just grabs jetpacks and fixes himself with whatever weapons he’s using, and it’s probably the combat SMG or the drum.”

Blevins walked right past the request to weaken the drum shotgun, requesting that the gun be removed entirely. Ninja is asking Epic to remove Fortnite’s ‘most broken’ weapon

Emma Bowman

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