Fortnite Season 3 has already been criticised by Tfue

Fortnite Season 3 has already been criticised by Tfue, but Ninja thinks he simply hasn’t played enough of the game. Fortnite Chapter 2: Season 3 was hit with numerous delays, and fans were growing ever more impatient.

Thankfully, the new season has finally begun and has brought with it a flooded map, Aquaman, and new weapons. While it’s arguably too early to know how much of an impact this new season will have on the game and players’ views on it, streamer Tfue was quick to air his grievances. The very day of Season 3’s launch,

he tweeted that the game’s new loot pool was ‘rough.’ ADVERTISEMENT Fortnites new loot pool is rough— Tfue (@TTfue) June 17, 2020 Word of this seemed to reach Ninja, as he quickly responded to Tfue’s criticism during his own livestream. As reported by Dexerto, Ninja, who has been very vocal with his own criticisms with Fortnite over the last couple of months, stated that he couldn’t understand what Tfue had to complain about, believing that v bucks generator he simply didn’t play it for very long. ‘Within the first 10 or 30 minutes into the season, [Tfue] is already complaining. But, like I don’t understand what they removed, there’s a new pump that adds a completely new dynamic to the game,’ he said. Aquaman is the latest DC icon to join the fun (pic: Epic Games) He pointed out that the loot pool couldn’t have feasibly become worse,

as there are still a number of weapons that are included which were carried over from Season 2, ‘I don’t understand, what did they remove that makes the loot pool trash?’ Ninja appears to be quite pleased with some of the changes made so far, adding that the changes made to the burst gun are a ‘a direct nerf to controller players,’ referring to the advantage Fortnite players on console have compared to those who play on PC. MORE: GAMING Sony’s PS5 reveal is a slowly unravelling disaster – Reader’s Feature Weekend Hot Topic, part 2: Are you buying a PS5 console? Xbox Series X July showcase predictions preview – Reader’s Feature Surprisingly, at the time of writing, Tfue hasn’t responded in kind, despite the two streamers expressing some open hostility towards each other.

Tfue does appear to have given Fortnite another chance, though, having tweeted earlier today that the new season is fun. This Fortnite Season is fun af no cap— Tfue (@TTfue) June 19, 2020 Fortnite is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Switch, Android, and iOS devices. Email, leave a comment below, and follow us on Twitter. MORE: Ninja’s Fortnite tournament could be the best thing to happen to Mixer MORE: Ninja challenged to boxing match by Tfue after Twitter hack MORE: Fortnite will be a PS5 and Xbox Series X launch game Follow Metro Gaming on Twitter and email us at For more stories like this, check our Gaming page.

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