Fortnite is currently celebrating its first birthday with incredible big cakes in the game and further challenges, but the jubilation was somewhat muted by the question of ghost hunting, which has been a tough exploitation that affects the game's loot-loving trigger-happy player base. The people at Epic Games have tried to fix it for several months and had mixed results.
If you are not aware, ghost hunting can initially let players shoot over the cover without being seen and exposing themselves to the enemy. This is especially problematic in a game where you can build your own cover almost every time. It comes into practice when a player crosses uphill. Because Fortnite's animation system makes adjustments to ensure that the feet of the figure are properly placed in trays, they also change their masks ̵
Ghost peeking has been a widespread issue; You just need to search for the term on YouTube to reveal myriad video tutorials that teach players how to pull it off. However, in the latest v5.1 update, Epic claimed to have solved it and based on current evidence that seems to be the case. Huzzah! But do not be upset yet: this solution comes with a warning. Fixing Ghost Peeking has had an adverse side effect that affects your ability to aim down sights.
Reddit uses Grass — Tastes_Bad first pointed out this and shows how the Cuddle Team Leader Premium Skin will cover half the screen and your target reticle when placed laterally on a ramp. The effect is not always so pronounced with other skins (although the shotguns seem to be universally bad when they zoom into the back of the head), but it still blocks the entire left side of the screen, which forces you to free from these situations unless You want your point of view seriously.
Ghost peeking was a problem that might be solved, but the current solution has introduced a more serious problem. It's bad enough to be killed by the new, already-born, yet powerful P90 Compact SMG, without having to struggle to keep the enemy's player in sight.
Epic has been quick to solve any problems with Fortnite so far and they are aware of this, so there is hope that this will be rectified soon. Regardless of whether it means ghost-boosting returns in some form remain to be seen, but we may not be out of the woods yet.
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