The infamous creator of the fake trailer for Season 7 of Fortnite Battle Royale has announced his video one day after it went viral online.
In a December 3rd post on FortniteBR sub-Reddit, the user's KiosFR & # 39; took credit to make the video that had fought the vast majority of the Fortnite community.
The video gave a backstage glimpses into all the work he put in to make the fake trailer seem authentic, a process that included the use of i-game green screens and a huge range of special effects.
There was another moment where the video shows that the user walks through the trailer frame, showing how dedicated he was in producing this impressive work.
Despite being cheated by the trailer, many took the commentary section of this follow-up video to compliment the creator for his efforts, especially since they now realized how much work went into it. [December1
While there was some skeptical about it, the trailer was made professional enough that the majority of the community thought it was legitimate, especially since many were starving for info about the new season.
Attention to detail was probably what sold the fan's authenticity to fans, especially the fact that it was recorded on a handset or phone by a screen to make it look like it was a real leak.
The trailer was eventually debunked as a fan-made farce of Epic Games Community Coordinator Sean Hamilton, but not until it had become viral online.
On December 3rd, Epic released the first official teaser for season 7, set to start on December 6th. The teaser image has an icy blue figurehead that doubles as a clear iceberg or snowy mountain, indicating snow that is likely to come to the map.