Lately, Fortnite Battle Royale has become the most competitive and intriguing battle fields for millions of Fortnite players, including some kids and toddlers, with absolute underachievement but passionate fighting wills. The first concerns for any of players is always coming to how to survive and win through the whole round. Admittedly, so many players choose to play “hide and lay low” mode in the first place, faced with other skilled and exquisite shooters.
And of course, so many other lousy killers, LOL!!!
There's a difference between surviving and winning. Although the map is smaller than in a certain other Battle Royale style game (and it shrinks all the time) so you run into enemies more often, you can pretty consistently get into the top 10 - 20 just by hiding.
Is that really how you want to get into the top though? From bushes to back hallways in multi-story buildings, keeping out of sight isn't that hard, but if you aren't using it to snipe or scope out better locations, all you are really killing is time.
On the flip side, being a vulture is an excellent method to win. Wait for other players to battle it out while you hide behind a bush, then take out the victor while he's looting, since he'll likely be low on health. Life's not fair, and neither is Battle Royale mode.
But what is the point out there? Being hiding and disguising all over the place, and all through the rounds, is the only way the winner goes?
It seems a successful strategy for a Battle Royale player, yet how can see the funny and thrilling part through this dull and anxious waiting in hideouts?
Who is gonna seek out a prize without the feelings and hard work of defeating otheres and surviving through? Don't you think it's equivalent to persue the titles and savor the whole process of doing it?