"Fortnite's" recent V3.5 update has brought in new content and tweaks into the third-person shooter. However, some of the changes were not well received by most of its player base. Both its pro and noob gamers are somewhat in unison in expressing that things got a bit clunky.

Ninja on some recent changes in 'Fortnite'

Popular Pro-gamer and Twitch streamer Tyler "Ninja" Blevins recently took to Twitter to throw in his two cents about the recent changes within "Fortnite." He zeroed in on the game's latest update on weapons as he pointed out that this has caused some delay whenever players try to switch guns.

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Per the streamer's recent tweet, such hold up is not the greatest adding that "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." It is very much evident in his recent stream how this delay infuriates him, not to mention that he got eliminated in the game because of this.

That said, Minnesota Twins pitcher Phil Hughes replied to Ninja's tweet suggesting that Epic Games might be setting up "Fortnite" to cater to new players [VIDEO]. He further explained that the task becomes more difficult with folks that are as equally good as Ninja in every map. Someone from the FortniteBR subreddit even posted the pro-gamer's tweet and it's plain obvious by the number of upvotes that members of the said subreddit agree to what Ninja had stated in his post.

TSM Myth's OK with it

Another well-known "Fortnite" streamer [VIDEO] – TSM Myth – also shared his thoughts about the recent changes in the third-person shooter.

In a lengthy post on the same subreddit, he highlighted the game's first shot accuracy and the abovementioned weapon switching. If his opinions are anything to go by, it may well seem that he's okay with these tweaks.

Dae's reaction

An equally skilled player – Daequan Loco, on the other hand, seems to disagree with some of Myth's viewpoints. He added that top players of the game will obviously adapt to these changes with ease. Dae went on saying that Myth was just speaking for himself and not the "Fortnite" community. At the time of writing, Epic has yet to respond to its player base's concerns regarding these changes.

Meanwhile, the game maker has just rolled out a new set of cosmetics. These include:

  • Cipher (outfit)
  • Circuit Breaker (outfit)
  • Mainframe (glider)
  • Cutting Edge (pickaxe)

Epic also rolled out another patch (V3.5.1) that provided some bugfixes to some known issues within the game. Check out a video about "Fortnite" here: