Two weeks after it was removed – or in other words, two weeks After it was removed – the building was back in Fortnite: Battle Royale. Play any regular mode and you’ll again be under the influence of those who have mastered the editing tools and they’ll immediately put you in a box and then remove a wall long enough to get shot in the face.
However, the so-called zero-build mode remains in the menu as an option. “Play your way”, say tweet Announcing the new status quo. “Whether you choose to build in Fortnite Battle Royale or not in the new Fortnite Zero Build, dash, climb and smash your way to victory.”
Fortnite’s building-free version dives into the uber-popular battle royale game in the Trojan Horse in the Chapter 3 Season 2 Update, part of the backstory of the fantasy order’s real-life auditors’ invasion of the island. I’m not sure if its return has a similar story layer, as far as I know it will be explained in an upcoming spinoff comic that will feature a collaboration between Iron Man and little Tina.
Morgan Park will be happy to see zero build mode still around, as he stopped playing Fortnite when, as he memorably said, “Crossfire no longer looks like two people shooting, but more like a dueling woodworker wizard competitively made. The tallest junk heap.” He wrote that Fortnite would be better without a fort, while praising the new movement mechanics that emerged without the magic of construction.
“Players now run faster by default and can sprint for short periods of time. I love Fortnite’s sprints, partly because the animation has a lot of character and detail, but also because it greatly reduces the time I spend running on grass. Ditto because straight from the FPS New slides and maneuvering abilities extracted from – Navigating Fortnite’s colorful towns and rolling hills is now easy and fun.”