Imagine that you could produce a rocket that would help you immediately. Would you sail across the sky like a burning witch? Or would you usually only be a tail for people? It seems that Epic has decided that the latter is a big problem to drop the missile Fortnite .
Epic said today that guided missiles are going to be goodbye for the time being. "We received a lot of feedback about the missile missile, especially regarding the fairness and strength of the weapon," Epic wrote on Reddit. "We share your concerns, so we put the steering rocket in the vault while we figure out the next steps for their future."
Although she is popular and rare enough for her creative gimmicks, it is not. She finally grew up on the trees. The Fortnite guided missile was declared OP AF on arrival. Since being added to the game at the end of March, players have complained that when one or two guided missiles entered the scene, they wiped out most of the other strategic options. And though they were rare, the odds of someone getting one at the end of a match – especially a squad match – were reasonably decent. Fighting with teeth and nails to reach the top of the pile just to go into a body bag for reasons beyond your control? Not great fun.
R.I.P. for now, guided missiles. It is in heaven, angels piss.