The Spoon Deep team has been playing a lot of Fortnite: Battle Royale and we love it. We discuss all of the recent updates to the game, some of our favorite strategies, and where to find that bush that keeps shooting us. The developers of Fortnite are extremely in tune with their audience and very responsive to the desires of their community. Check out our thoughts during this week’s episode!
It feels like just yesterday when we threw up our first double digit episode and it is great to keep up the steam with our latest episode. We have really been enjoying Fortnite, despite some early hiccups with disconnections. It seems like the developers are even listening to us! The first night that we tried to play, I was disconnected during every single match (unless we were eliminated too early). Not two day later the developers released some patch notes fixing the connection problems!
The big question still looming over our heads is Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds. The game is such a phenomenon that I think we owe it to ourselves to at least try the game. But with Fortnite being so fun there isn’t much of a reason to play another game.
Check out our thoughts in the episode and leave a comment telling us what you think! We will be back next week with more chats about video games.
Spoon Deep wants to be a driving force in the games industry. Each week we deliver a podcast that goes after the deep discussions and critical analysis of the video game industry. Hopefully, by talking about and discussing some of these key issues we can enlighten you about some of the things going on in the industry, as well as give our unique spin.
We hope each episode can highlight some of the great things happening in the industry, along with shining a light on some of the more negative aspects in the hope that things can change going forward.
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Have a great Monday,
Jake “prettyboyplaid” Fredericks