After v23.30 update on Fortnite, there is a detail with the skins that very few have noticed. It is not an error that endangers the balance of the games, but something quite annoying and even “terrifying”. You’d better see for yourself so you can draw your own conclusions.
The youtuber GKI, known in the community of Fortnite for sharing glitches, has discovered that there is a design flaw in the VI, added to the game in Chapter 2 – Season 5 as part of the Drift Tracker Set. The images show how the character’s face is altered when making emotes. The effect happens with any of them and is quite unpleasant.
As we said at the beginning, it is not a hack that Fortnite players can take advantage of to win the games, but something as simple as the design. It seems that the skin’s eyes are not coordinated with the face in general, causing them to move independently. We do not know if it is something on purpose, but we imagine that Epic Games will address this error in a future patch.
Here we share the images of GKI published in Youtube. In less than an hour, the publication has exceeded 14,000 views. Viewers commented that the same error happens with Joni The Red when executing any emote.
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FORTNITE | The skins with the biggest hitboxes
The first thing to keep in mind is Doom Slayerwhich appeared in Fortnite Episode 4 – Season 1. The reason he has a bigger hitbos is due to the heavy armor that characterizes the classic shooter character in the 90s.
An obvious candidate is Hulkwhose design is faithful to that of the comics of Marvel and just as huge as we always remember. Its large size would make it have a larger hitbox around its body, which can be easy to shoot. There are those who still use the skin to show how good they are in combat.
who closes is Thanos. In addition to the massive size of him, the character wears bulky armor and various dots around the outfit that could have larger hitboxes than other skins. The heavy armor, Thanos’ helmet, and Infinity Gauntlet add up to a heavier build that’s imprecisely larger than other Marvel sets, and the head-to-body ratio is something players are extremely critical about.
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