Epic Games has announced that they have fixed the bug that has been complaining about a large number of players.
In the update to version 10.20 Epic decided to build a turbo out of the blue. The time between placing a build has been increased from .05 seconds to .15 seconds, causing outrage at the player base.
Epic later stated that they will push a hotfix to improve the responsiveness of builds and allow players to be 90s. The value for the Turbo Build placement time has been reset to 0.05 seconds and a few more improvements added. When a structure is destroyed, it takes 0.15 seconds for another structure to be placed in exactly the same location. A turtle in front of the original Nerf is therefore not effective.
When two players attempt to build a structure in the same location after a figure has been destroyed diced randomly to determine which structure is placed. This has been added to reduce the impact of a ping player on "taking in walls". Here are all the changes made in the hotfix today:
- The Turbo build time for placing subsequent parts has been reset from 0.15 seconds to 0.05 seconds.
- After a structure has been destroyed, there is a timer of 0.15 seconds before another part can be placed in the same place.
- When two players try to place a piece at the same time and place that a piece has just been destroyed, a random roll determines which piece is placed instead of pinging, such as a large roll.