Epic Games not backing down on #RemoveTheMech

Epic Games #RemoveTheMech

Epic games have heard the moans and wails of there adoring fans, but are adamant that B.R.U.T.E.S are fun, that #RemoveTheMech is not happening and that they are here to stay.

For the launch of Season X for acclaimed Battle Royale Fortnite, Epic added a two-person mech to the game, called a B.R.U.T.E, one person controlling the movement when the other operating the weapons – a missile launcher and a shotgun. However, this has caused up one hell of a lot of fuss has people are not happy about this addition.

Initially, when fans cried out, they reduced the spawn rate of the mechs and added a targeting laser to the missiles, but this is still not enough, the vehicle is so powerful that even top Fortnite streamers have joined the movement #RemoveTheMech, and want them out of competitive play.

Graphs, the evidence against #RemoveTheMech!

In a blog post made by Epic Games critically defending the addition of mechs with a few graphs to certify their knowledge of they know best. That B.R.U.T.E.S brings in-line the main aspect of Fortnite – to bring all skill levels together for a fun experience.

Epic Games #RemoveTheMech

Epic Games #RemoveTheMech

“For example – everyone having a shot at that first elimination or Victory Royale moment and the satisfying feeling that comes with it. Right now, we know there are players out there who have never had that opportunity.”

When this blog post went live on Twitter, they were instantly called out by failing to show the other aspects of what the mech has caused by professional player Motor,

Epic Games have dug their heels in and won’t budge on their stance for defending the B.R.U.T.E, but now with both the casual and competitive players up in arms, do you think they will change their minds, or will they cling dearly to their philosophy that it is a ‘fun experience for all‘?

“Another part of the mission is to provide spectacle and entertainment when playing Fortnite. Bringing these moments to the game every week means there is always a new way to enjoy and experience the game.”

What do you think? Do you agree with Epic Games or the players on the #RemoveTheMech movement? Let us know in the comments down below!

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Mark Carpenter
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Hey, my name is Mark, I am 29, video game enthusiast! My earliest memory was playing Worms on the Amiga against my Godmother, yes the Amiga, massive box type thing, needed eighty-five thousand floppy disks to play one game, maybe a slight exaggeration, those were the days! I love RPG's, and The Legend of Zelda series. Dogs are pretty awesome.

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