Over on Pixel Enemy, I’ve posted a video in which I talk about the lessons PUBG could learn from Fortnite Battle Royale. These includes the spectator mode, crafting system, and more!
Click “play” on the video above to give it a watch, and be sure to leave any thoughts of your own in the comments below.
“This is Mack, for Pixel Enemy, here to talk about PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and Fornite Battle Royale. Gamers are flocking to both of these titles in droves, eager to play either the more hardcore but so, so satisfying PUBG on PC, or the fully free-to-play and console-supported Fortnite BR.
While Fortnite Battle Royale clearly takes a lot of inspiration from PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds — so much so that it’s caused a lot of controversy recently — Epic Games’ attempt at a compelling last-man standing experience has some of its own unique features that I think Bluehole could learn from.
These are the top five lessons PUBG could learn from Fortnite Battle Royale.“
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