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Do you think there will be competitive Battle royal teams

Nov 7, 2017
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I’ve NEVER IN MY LIFE heard of a competitive H1Z1 Team or even fortnite team but I think it would be interesting and kinda cool. So if anyone knows a team or teams comment below because I would honestly love to know. Don’t forget to like the comment and follow me on TapaTalk to keep up with all my posts.


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I don't know if you're living under a rock, but Fortnite's current Battle Royal was derived by PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. In fact, PUBG uses the Unreal Engine. The whole thing started when PUBG devs called Epic for support on Unreal Engine, and they (Epic) developed a version of PUBG via Fortnite's Battle Royal.
 

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I'm not a fan of either game. Don't like this new battle royale style fad that's going on.
What? You don't like the open world style of gameplay that's in PUBG? Huddle up, because Activision is going to want a piece of that pie. The next evolution is really, the open world TPS/FPS. PUBG is leading that charge at the moment, and there will be a developer who will have the balls to go up against PUBG.

The fact that Epic is testing the waters with regards to this, means that the next big trend is happening right now with PUBG/Fortnite Battle Royal.

From what I've seen, PUBG seems to be targeting the Call of Duty market, and in the grander scheme of things - the Rainbow Six Siege market, the Division market. It has that arcade gameplay, but it also tries to be the realistic shooter at the same time.
 

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What? You don't like the open world style of gameplay that's in PUBG? Huddle up, because Activision is going to want a piece of that pie. The next evolution is really, the open world TPS/FPS. PUBG is leading that charge at the moment, and there will be a developer who will have the balls to go up against PUBG.

The fact that Epic is testing the waters with regards to this, means that the next big trend is happening right now with PUBG/Fortnite Battle Royal.

From what I've seen, PUBG seems to be targeting the Call of Duty market, and in the grander scheme of things - the Rainbow Six Siege market, the Division market. It has that arcade gameplay, but it also tries to be the realistic shooter at the same time.
Nope.

Hate the VR trend as well...
 

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