This reminds me of League of Legends where they had a similar issue of top players discouraging beginners. How they fixed the issue is that they have free play and matchmaking based on rank. Maybe Fortnite could incorporate what League did.TattleTale Strangler said:After playing it for a little bit, I have found that Fortnite has a large skill gap. I suppose that's generally the point of a battle royale style of game, but it makes learning how to play the game pretty difficult when a new person (such as myself) dies mere minutes into a round. Epic is going to have to do something to help address this in order to continue having new players join the game. One solution is skill-based matchmaking... However, that runs into a sticky situation. Every game I've ever heard of that utilized skill-based matchmaking either dwindled in userbase or died altogether. It punishes those who rank at the top. I wonder how Epic plans on addressing this.
If I'm online, I'll probably be playing in either Playground or Creative modes because Solo is too difficult for me to get into.
I challenge you to n64 Goldeneyeabney317 said:I've played it a little with my brother.. can be fun. I'm pretty awful at shooters though to begin with. Probably wouldn't play it much on my own but it can be fun to play with others