Chapter 2 Season 4 of Fortnite is out and the stage is set for Marvel superheroes. They join forces with the Fortnite characters in a bid to stop the imminent threat: Galactus. His arrival would mean the end of all reality and the heroes must work together to stop him. The battle pass will definitely feature cosmetics and other items related to other heroes. While everyone seems to like this new Season, one professional player is really not happy with it.

Pro player for NRG, Zayt, has expressed his disappointment with the current Season of Fortnite. He tweeted saying “Good season for casuals, dogshit for comp as usual. I dont really care since its been like that for 2 years, ill just keep grinding till i make another mil then ill probably disappear from social media and this whole gaming thing”

Good season for casuals, dogshit for comp as usual. I dont really care since its been like that for 2 years, ill just keep grinding till i make another mil then ill probably disappear from social media and this whole gaming thing

— Reforming NRG Zayt (@zayt) August 27, 2020

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This has sparked some controversy and his comments got fairly mixed responses from the community. Some sided with him saying that Fortnite is no longer the game it used to be. While others opposed him saying he shouldn’t be complaining considering he rose to fame with it. But the debate does not stop here. A lot of pros and streamers in the industry have spoken about Fortnite not being what it used to be. SypherPK has been particularly vocal about it where he even almost took a sabbatical from Fortnite and wanted to stream Warzone. Even Coalkzy and Tfue have been away from FN for quite some time now and it looks like there’s a real problem here.

There are two ways you can look at this. The first is from the perspective of professional players who see Fortnite as a career and competitive game. They may argue that the game has more gimmicks in than plain, hardcore combat. And the other is from the perspective of casual players who have no problems and love the new additions to the game.

There is no end to this debate considering both the parties have information backing their opinions. The recent soup Epic Games finds itself in is another cause for concern. iOS users won’t be able to access the latest season of Fortnite which is a big loss for both Apple and Epic. Lot is going down in the industry with Fortnite being at the center of it all.


Akshay Patel

I love to play games of all kinds. You can usually find me casually teaming up with my squad to play the most random games ever. Oh, and I also manage to write about those sometimes