Even Zlatan Ibrahimović finds the last patch on Fortnite Mies. Global football star Zlatan Ibrahimović joins in the many critical voices criticizing the latest patch 8.2 on online shooter Fortnite. Epic should take it back.
That’s what Ibra says: He keeps it short. He just tweeted “Zlatan says backfire” to Fortnite developer Epic Games.
@FortniteGame Zlatan says Revert
— Zlatan Ibrahimović (@Ibra_official) March 29, 2019
The tweet already has 36,200 likes on Twitter. Ibrahimovic follows about 5.6 million accounts on the platform with the little bird.
How followers react: Most enjoy the tweet, donate applause or post gifs.
For many, Zlatan Ibrahimović is something like Chuck Norris or simply “God.” If he says something, it means automatically that he is right and that one has to follow him.
Now they are reverting aint nobody going against the king👑
— MUFC_JOEY (@JonasHenriks1) March 29, 2019
Controversial change makes Fortnite slower again
What is it about? The patch 8.2 came last Thursday to Fortnite and moves since the community. Zlatan Ibrahimović does not say exactly what bothers him about the update, but it will probably be about the change that has been controversial for days.
The patch on Thursday rescinded changes to the rules of Fortnite, which brought Epic to Fortnite 6 weeks earlier and which were active in all modes. Now it’s like before:
- Players no longer get life or shield points back for kills
- In addition, building materials last much longer (40% fewer resources than before the patch)
- Killed enemies no longer automatically leave 50/50/50 building materials
- In addition, the limit of construction materials has again increased from 500 to 999
That’s what bothers many players: Generally, this change is heavily criticized.
This is because players have to “cultivate building materials” for a longer time, ie with the pickaxe they destroy things so that they can then build structures.
In addition, the speed of the game is reduced: aggressive players have to regenerate life again and again after fighting. Previously, they healed themselves through kills and were able to continue the same way.
That’s what bothers many players:
Generally, this change is heavily criticized. This is because players have to “cultivate building materials” for a longer time, ie with the pickaxe they destroy things so that they can then build structures.
In addition, the speed of the game reduced: aggressive players to regenerate life again and again after fighting. Previously, they healed themselves through kills and able to continue the same way.
Will Epic change that again? Epic renowned for changing its online shooter many times.
The change on Thursday, however, reaps a lot of criticism – also from Zlatan Ibrahimović. In the past, such fierce criticism already caused Epic to withdraw such changes.
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