"Fortnite Battle Royale" has become incredibly popular and is shattering numerous records. Just recently, the video game became the most popular free-to-play console title of all time, and it's also the most played battle royale title at the moment. "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" is the main competitor of "Fortnite," but the truth is that the Epic Games' title has become much more popular than "PUBG."

The truth is that "Fortnite Battle Royale" players don't like "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" players and vice versa.

Despite constant fights all over the internet, it is hard to decide which game is better as they are unique in their own ways. However, "Fortnite Battle Royale" takes more skill than "PUBG," or at least that's what Tyler "Ninja" Blevins thinks.

Ninja claims 'Fortnite' takes more skill

Ninja is the most popular "Fortnite Battle Royale" streamer and he is incredibly successful. Blevins is making over $500,000 a month streaming his gameplay, and he even hosted Drake on his Twitch live stream.

Before "Fortnite," the popular streamer played "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" and he was amazing in that game as well.

As a long-time professional gamer, Ninja knows a thing or two about video games and required skills for each of them, and he recently compared the two most popular battle royale games in terms of skill and difficulty. According to him, "Fortnite" takes more skill than "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds," mostly because of the biggest difference between these two games: building.

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"A lot of people are like, 'PUBG' requires so much more skill because there's no building. Exact opposite," said Tyler Blevins on the H3 Podcast. The gamer explained how easy it is to kill someone in "PUBG" when you see them, while it's a different story in "Fortnite." "It's not difficult to shoot a gun and hit somebody. Gun skill is never the main reason why someone is talented at a game. It's literally their decision making," added Ninja. He made it clear that the less popular battle royale game requires skill, but not as much as its rival.

Season 4 hype

"Fortnite" Season 3 is ending in a few hours and players are excited about the upcoming season. As it has already been revealed, the new season will be superhero-themed and it appears that meteors will destroy one of the places on the map.

Season 3 has been incredible, and players are hoping that Epic Games will release another great season for the video game. It is unknown when the new season will start, but it will most likely happen on Monday, April 30.

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