Fortnites Rocket launch gave the players the spectacle today as the rocket sped over space and time – or so theories suggest – but it did Also proved that the Battle Royale game is really an all-around showdown, even during historical events.
Epic Games warns players that this would be a one-time event you would miss if it were you. For the moment, it was a rare moment when many players decided to put their differences aside and watch the epic launch , But it quickly became clear that not everyone had this memo with players ringing after the big event, as the players (first discovered by The Verge) expressed their frustration that they were killed as soon as the big start came.
The idiot killed me before I saw the missile launch at Fortnite, I hope you have a terrible night's sleep for the next 5 years of your life.
̵1; Ryan (@MiniZoid) June 30, 2018
Just looked at the rocket launch in #fortnite only to be killed by a pump attempt without even considering the launch
– Chazzertron (@chazzertron) June 30, 2018
If you killed someone during the rocket, you're the biggest TRY HARD in the entire universe. You should be banished from Fortnite.
– GC (@gabbycummings) June 30, 2018
If you killed someone during the rocket launch, your parents prolly do not promise you
– ? (@DeanDiraz) June 30, 2018
Under the insults and other aggravated tweets, players had all kinds of emotions on Twitter when they were killed during the rocket launch. Even those who were not killed called out players who eliminated other opponents during the event.
The Subreddit of the game was not much better, even though the players there told their tragic missile debacle. The post below included various reports from players who either came together to enjoy the launch, or were killed by other enemies who did not respect the unofficial peace treaty, with other comments and posts reflecting the same situations.
Was anyone else touched by the peace? among the players during the rocket launch, or were you just the victim of a killing spree? from r / FortNiteBR
If you're lucky enough to see the rocket without ruining your time, you can share the frustration of others by looking at some of the deadly kills that are already circulating online. The twitch clip below shows popular Fortnite Streamer Ninja, killing enemies who have tried to watch the kill, and though there are some who claim he does so in retaliation, it's always still some people who did not make it
Nobody knows what Epic Games' rocket launch means for the future of Fortnite but you can try some of the most popular ideas here.