Seems like I see 20 posts a day showing outrage or contempt at BR players because they want something that is in "our" mode but frankly… I see this as cutting off your nose to spite your face.
Some of you veterans out there might remember a time before BR and while many of you may be looking at it with rose tinted glasses many of us remember how rocky it was.
Before BR the population took a VERY hard nose-dive to the point that if you didn't have personal friends it was very hard to find people to group with past early plank and that scarcity of players extended even to prime time hours.
We didn't have a steady stream of easily obtainable loot, we didn't have the event shop or any of a dozen consumer friendly changes made to the game that objectively improved things.
It was difficult to argue with people that STW was not blatantly P2W because the progression without swiping was a snail's pace compared to what it is now.
I'm not saying BR didn't come without some negative outcomes for us, most namely the huge increase in leeching and trading but lets look at this for a bit…
BR started absolutely dumping money on EPIC / Fortnite and in turn that changed the trajectory of STW from "just grab as much money as possible before we turn off the lights" to steering it towards what it is now were you almost question if they are even trying to make money with STW.
The healthier EPIC keeps BOTH modes of this game the better it will be for us because they will have more funds to work with.
Please consider that as long as they are supporting and improving STW improvements to BR really only stand to indirectly benefit us because at the end of the day Fortnite is one game with two modes.
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