Discussion in 'Video Games & Tech' started by betternet, Jun 15, 2019.
Do you play Fortnite?
Used to when it was simple
I played heavy heavy amount during, I think S4...when the first dynamic skin Omega was on the season pass.
Played a little of the seasons after but not much really. I think it's too many gimmicks now and most of the changes made to the map don't actually aid gameplay experience in any way-they are just kind there to say 'hey look whats new'
I was thinking about reinstalling it on my PC, I have it on mobile but the app is sucky.
I haven't but I've looked at my bro playing it, gave advice, and get really into it
no i cant aim
pffttt does a dog bark...?
there’s your answer
Fk no shit game
Used to just to see what the fuss is about. Never been good with third person/over the shoulder shooters even back during OG Gears of War. Apex is more to my style of playing but even then I'm not the most hardcore fan of Battle Royale games.
lol, I have met this question many times. I play first Minecraft -> fortnite but mobile version does't compatible with my device so I move to pubg, grand theft auto san andreas from apknite.
Yes I am playing from past 1 year and i really enjoy the game and tfue is one of my favourite player
Played in once and gave up. I think FPS games aren't for me.
Fortnite isn't FPS though, it's a third-person shooter (under the Battle Royale sub-genre) but I get what you mean. I tried several times myself on several different occasions but I couldn't get into it. The whole gameplay loop of BR games in general isn't for me either.
Oh. I meant I can't play high FPS games in general...I believe Fornite requires a high FPS? Because my FPS was really low and I was laggy throughout the entire game. I play League of Legends on the same gaming laptop where I am able to get over 60-100+FPS, but I cannot get anywhere close to that in Fortnite(even when I lowered my game settings).
Ah I see, no biggie. Yeah fluctuating FPS can kill the experience pretty quickly. For something like Fortnite and other online games that requires quick reflexes, 60 FPS should probably be the minimum especially in the PC space. That and a decent connection of course.
Even a 60 - 100+ FPS might feel janky if the frame-pacing is off. On the other end, a 30 FPS might be decently "smooth" or at least tolerable if it has a stable frame-pacing.
Thanks you'for you're Information sir i hopful it's make me great soon
That's the only game in the whole world that I tried to like but I couldn't.
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Never will, I prefer Apex