The fact that in Fortnite BRUTE does not look good and bad, making the competition even more frustrating, does not go down to players.
The last episode of rage quit comes from the very popular streamer Jack “CouRage” Dunlop, a former pro player and commentator for the Call of Duty World League, who participated in the Twitch Rivals Fortnite Showdown.
After spending the entire match trying to avoid the mechs, CouRage and his teammate, Tim ” TimTheTatman ” Betar, were targeted by a giant robot. Unfortunately for CouRage it didn’t end well. The streamer went on a rampage, starting to attack the incompetence of Epic Games and the current state of the game.
CouRage, therefore, went to rage quit, apologizing to Duo’s partner for leaving and said he could no longer play Fortnite, due to the nonsense that continues to ruin the game. A few minutes later, the streamer started playing Minecraft, probably more relaxing than the battle royale.
CouRage shares the opinion of most players who, since the mechs were added to the game at the start of the X season, are complaining in every live and in every forum.
Despite the anger of CouRage and many players, Epic Games remained firm in its position and does not seem to want to remove the mechs from the game very soon.
Streamers quitting a $400,000 content creator tournament.
I struggle to see how anyone who plays this game genuinely thinks it is in a good state right now. Sad. pic.twitter.com/1jHXo9lJjF
— Kristian – Fortnite esports (@FortniteBRLive) August 21, 2019