Take all of your friends and dive deep into Fortnite, Battle Royale game that combines looting, crafting and shooting. The result is an incredible online experience that gets better with every new season.
According to recent speculations, the famous battle royale game may soon feature a mode with a new first-person perspective. And now, as we approach the start date of the next Fortnite season, those speculations have been reignited.
For a long time, Fortnite has been recognized for its third-person perspective, which allows players to see their surroundings and constructions built with the building mechanism. However, a recent datamine suggests that the game may be entering the world of first-person shooters via a new camera option.
Epic Games shown earlier this year that they are not afraid to mix up the gaming formula by introducing Zero Build mode, which restricted the action to shooting without construction. To be sure, this was done as a distinct mode, and the same may be expected from a future FPS option.
Fortnite was designed from the start to be a third-person camera game. And it's easy to understand why: it's simplier to convince a gamer to buy skins if he sees his character all the time. However, there have been speculations for some time that the upcoming season will include the option to play in first-person.
Aside from the FPS mode, the fourth season of the current Fortnite mode might include a Lady Gaga concert, motorcycles, upgraded planes, and a variety of other features.
Competing games are generally first-person shooters, with some, like PUBG, allowing the user to pick which perspective to play from.
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