"#Fortnite" Battle Royale was released in September last year, and even though it hasn't been out for even six months, the game has become incredibly popular. At the moment, there are over 40 million players playing the game, and thousands of new players are joining every single day. Because of this, "Fortnite" has broken numerous records, surpassing its biggest rival, "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds."

While both "Fortnite" Battle Royale and "PUBG" have their unique features, the biggest thing they have in common is that they are both battle royale games. "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" has a more realistic gameplay, and there is one thing that "Fortnite" Battle Royale players like about it and would love to see it in their favorite game: the first-person mode.

'Fortnite' in first person

Unlike "PUBG," where players can switch between a first-person view and a third-person view, "Fortnite" Battle Royale only has the latter. Many players have expressed the desire to have a first-person mode in "Fortnite," and they finally have a chance to see what this point of view would look like in the game.

YouTube user DanMak made his own concept of a first-person point of view in "Fortnite" Battle Royale, and it looks astonishing! The video creator used 3D Max to import a model of one of the most popular guns in the #Video Game, SCAR, and he showed "Fortnite" players what it would like if the game had this point of view.

DanMak showed the popular assault rifle hip firing, firing while aiming down sights, reloading, and being idle. While this is just a concept, many "Fortnite" players liked it and praised the video creator.

It is unknown whether Epic Games, "Fortnite" developer, is planning to add this mode to the game. Considering that building is a huge part of the popular video game, having a first-person point of view may not work well with it. However, it would definitely be a great idea to have a limited-time game mode that has a first-person view.

New patch is out

Epic Games released V.2.5.0 patch [VIDEO] for "Fortnite" on February 15. The patch added a new item, Impulse Grenade, as well as loot shrines around the map. In addition, a few weapons in the game received some changes, and the game developer fixed numerous bugs with the latest update.

Considering that season 2 is coming to an end, "Fortnite" players are expecting a huge update that will add new cosmetic items [VIDEO] for the next season.