Fortnite Pro player and popular streamer Ali & # 39; TSM Myth & # 39; Kabbani has expressed his frustration with the current state of the popular battle royal game with a fun casting session for his own gameplay.
The v10.30 update saw the return of two legendary landmarks of Greasy Grove and Moisty Mire that merged with Paradise Palms to create Moisty Palms, a city overgrown with marsh trees.
The new location appears inside the Rift Zone, with the strange side effect that once a player is done in his place, he becomes the support of a random item that can be found around the island, something that the Team player SoloMid is clearly not a fan of.
Moisty Palms was created in the v10.30 update.
After heading to the venue during a match, the 20-year-old sank down, turned into a bin, and then decided to direct Dr. Disrespect by casting over his own gameplay with hilarious results and some tricky digs at Epic Games.
"Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the finals of the FCS Championship," Twitch streamer shouted in a casting voice. "Here we have Mitt, a late game and he's literal junk! The irony is funny, here he is hiding in a bin with players scaling all around him, this is Fortnite! "
" As you can see, Cloakzy is literally a port, and you stand next to each other without knowing. None of them will move or shoot, because if they do, it will take them out of their hidden position! ”
Throughout Season 10, Epic Games has reintroduced classic venues, but they put weird twists on them as part of their return, such as eliminating the ability to build from an inclined city or to have so much rain from the sky that drives you to dance in Greasy Grove.
The fact that players can now hide in Moisty Palms by disguising themselves as objects is not something Mitt is a fan of, showing how he feels that late games will play with the change, especially in competitive games.
Players also can't lean in Moisty Palms, which means that getting around is more difficult, especially if you're trying to sneak around or position yourself in smaller places. Whether Epic Games will solve these problems remains to be seen.