The studio is going to take another staff on it.
Epic Games has removed the newly introduced Mythic Infinity Blade object in Fortnite after it turned out to be too strong and told Twitter that it was "broken" and that the magazine was too strong.
"We beat up and rolled out Infinity Blade overpowered / without good counters, especially in the final game. Infinity Blade has been Vaulted and we're considering our approach to mythical objects," Studio Tweeted. "
Earlier this week, Epic announced that it would remove its Infinity Blade series from the App Store, but revealed that the sword of the game would appear in Fortnite as a mythical weapon.
Infinity Blade caused a hell during the North American Winter Royale tournament thanks to its building / harvesting characteristics, with Eurogamer reporting that the rollout of such a powerful weapon at the start of the tournament made a series of players who had been wearing a week in advance to qualify.
In a post on Reddit after the release, Epic and Fortnite community chief Nathan Mooney discussed the feedback about Infinity Blade and announced that it would have the ability to build and reap removed so that it gives greater risk / reward for the players.
In the topic of Mythical Elements, Epic explained that their purpose "is to give an interaction a step above the legendary functionality" and has said it will continue to introduce them to the game.
"Adding items in this tier provides new and tasteful ways to interact with the map and generally play normal games across standard modes."
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