Fortnite Is Making The New Generations Weaker, According To Dr. Disrespect

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Fortnite’s fanbase is composed mainly of teenagers or even younger ones. The game in fact, besides being rather captivating, has that cartoonish look and the lack of blood and violence, which also makes it easier for their parents to let them play quietly.

However, according to one of the most popular Fortnite players, Dr. Disrespect, it could be a problem with how these young people grow. According to the streamer in fact, which has never been lavished in praise for the Battle Royale and has indeed always been in controversy with Epic Games, the new generations are growing ever weaker, also because of Fortnite.

According to the Doc in short, when young people do not receive a sufficient level of challenge, they come up less strong, and that offered by the Battle Royale is not a sufficient challenge.

“There is more sensitivity in the world in general and young people grow weak. And these stupid North Carolina developers have contributed to this. Why? In normal military games, or in any old school Halo or Call of Duty, they just have to shoot you once to get you out. You have to use tactics, covers, etc. In Fortnite? To shoot you have to go through seven walls, because you build walls on walls if you’re scared and you can have a second chance! “.

In short, for Dr. Disrespect Fortnite is not competitive enough since the goal, more than tactical action, favors crafting and building walls. And apparently, he’s not the only one who’s tired of Epic Games’ Battle Royale, as it seems that more and more pro players are planning to quit the game after the Fortnite World Cup. What do you think? Do you agree with his words?