Fortnite Game Review By Games X


My favorite game is obviously CS But maximuh! This isn't CS?! But I like to try other games sometimes and in this video I'm going to show another game that I actually really like. So Epic Games offered to sponsor this video for their game Fortnite: Battle Royale and I've decided to give you guys my thoughts on it with a small review. So most of you might already know this, but Epic Games are known for creating the Unreal Engine, which is used in a lot of games today. In other words,
they've made their own Battle Royale mode with their own engine, and it's free to play. You can find the game in the video description. Anyway, I've been playing it for 25 hours and seen how the game has developed over the past weeks, which is a good sign cause I normally drop a game after just a few hours if it's boring. The question that most of you probably wanna know, is it any good? So the main difference here is that other Battle Royale games focus more on giving you that intensive raw atmosphere combined with the feeling of realism somehow, but this game has more of a chill and casual approach, and it works really well and it's very fun.



 I like the cartoony style that the game has, it's colorful and relaxing. Now even though the game's visuals are a bit more childish, it still looks great, the art, all the animations, it's beautiful. One thing that can really annoy me about any game, is if it has performance issues. It can turn out to be one of the main reasons why I stop playing it. I think this might be one of the best performing Battle Royale games I've ever played. Not just because you can play with the highest settings and still get good FPS, but, the servers and the gameplay feels smooth. Speaking of gameplay, how is it? The gameplay is very similar to any Battle Royale game, be the last to survive basically, but there's one feature that really stands out in this one. You can harvest resources like for example wood to build stuff. You can build a bridge, make a ramp, you can even destroy what you've done or modify it, and because of that, anything on the map is accessible. If you want, you can take a whole house down to collect it's resources, tree's around it, cars, anything on the map is pretty much made so you can destroy it. The game even encourages you to do it so you have lots of resources towards the end of the game. Most people like to create barricades, and forts for cover, but you can easily destroy their structures if you have the right weapons. What I also really enjoy about this game is it's platforming aspect. 



 Jumping and moving around feels really good and there's even things on the map like tires and traps that you can use to surprise your enemies. Speaking of traps, you can put traps inside a building or even in your base if you want. There are enough weapons in the game to create some very interesting battles and combinations. And with the latest changes to the damage, I feel like they managed to balance things very well. Weapons just like any other item in the game, have a color to describe how rare they are. Orange items are the hardest to find and are usually associated with high-end weapons such as sniper-rifles and rocket-launchers. You can loot items or weapons anywhere on the map, and also find ammunition boxes and chests which usually drops a bunch of random items. In my opinion, there's enough items to enjoy the game as it is but they're adding new stuff every month. The map size is perfect in my opinion, there are no drivable vehicles, but you still get around easily. 



The different locations on the map offer good variety, from smaller cities, industrial facilities to villages, farms and towns. You'll notice after playing that the mountains in the game are often used by players to get a good view of the area. Overall, the map is enjoyable to play on, usually the most crowded locations are Retail Low and Pleasant Park. My two favorite locations are Salty Springs and Tomato Town. With the latest updates of the game you can now customize your character, get achievements and missions. You can also level up, check your stats and be part of a leaderboard. You can play solo, or up to 4 players and it's even possible to play the game on a console (PS4 & Xbox One). So is the Battle Royale mode of Fortnite any good? Yes, definitely, and it's free. I recommend trying it at least and see if you like it. I've been having lots of fun with it together with friends or even just for myself. It's one of those games where you can quickly pick up and play. You can follow me on Twitter & Instagram if you want to see what's happening behind the scenes of banana gaming,

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