After diving into Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2, Ninja, NickEh30, and Tfue were among many to call on Epic Games to make the “don’t build” changes permanent, claiming it’s the most fun they’ve had in years.
Building has always been an essential feature in Fortnite. It’s part of what makes the Battle Royale game unique from everything else on the market.
However, players have been asking Epic Games to add a no-build mode for a while now, and they finally agreed.
Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 started with temporarily disabled build. Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins and Nick ‘NickEh30’ Amyoony were among the many who already enjoy it so much, they’re calling on Epic Games to make it permanent.
Ninja returned to Fortnite on March 21 to check out the changes. After streaming it for about nine hours and producing some memorable moments along the way, he concluded that this was the most fun he’d had from the game in a long time.
“Fortnite without a building [is the] the most fun I’ve had on Fortnite in years,” he said. It’s a feeling that Timothy ‘TimTheTatman’ Betar also sharedafter playing alongside him in a team on stream for several hours.
Fortnite with no building > most fun I’ve had on Fortnite in YEARS.
— Ninja (@Ninja) March 22, 2022
They weren’t alone either. After playing Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 for over 12 hours, NickEh30 also agreed. “I never thought I’d say this, [but] Fortnite no building [is better than Fortnite with] building,” he said†
“Without building, endgames feel so strategic!” the popular streamer added† “Positioning, awareness, rotations are so important now. Do you remember when you got your first win? That’s how winning feels now, because it’s another obstacle to overcome!”
For that reason, he urged Epic Games to make it permanent. “Fortnite doesn’t have to make building permanent mode,” he said. The tweet has been liked nearly 40,000 times, suggesting the community is on board as well.
Fortnite doesn’t need to build a permanent mode.
— Nick Eh 30 (@NickEh30) March 21, 2022
Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney also supports the idea of a lengthy program. “Fortnite without building should be a permanent thing,” he says said† dr. Disrespected even replied to Tfue, admitting it was “nice” — something he never thought he’d say about Epic’s Battle Royale.
So all in all, Fortnite’s building changes have been well received far and wide. From former pros to many of social media’s biggest icons, it seems to be a huge success across the board.
It even brought some iconic streamers back into the game for a while. But we’ll have to wait and see if it becomes permanent in the coming weeks.