Flameador of 100 thieves Nick & # 39; NICKMERCS & # 39; Kolcheff responded to Tyler's calls "Ninja" & # 39; Blevins to eliminate the goal of helping drivers at Fortnite Battle Royale.
Ninja was playing solitaire games in the popular Battle Royale franchise, when he was killed by a player who used a gray burst rifle within a short distance.
After checking his flow, Blevins discovered that the player was using a controller and stated that he should not be part of the game on PC.
"Automatic purpose controller. I do not totally agree with that, I do not think it should be in the game. If you connect a controller to a PC, have fun, there should be no goal assistance."
Ninja thinks the goal of help should be eliminated to make it harder for players who use a Fortnite PC controller.
NICKMERCS, who plays regularly with a driver, did not agree with the feeling of Ninja, saying: "Everyone with a brain: they know that controller players, in the great scheme of things, are at a great disadvantage when it comes to the Fortnite game .
"If you think that because of the assistance and the recent changes in construction, are we now in an advantage? I do not know, I do not understand you."
Kolcheff believes that, if Ninja competed in the Fortnite sports scene, he could change his mind, saying: "Do not offend the [Ninja], do not play in any of the great tournaments. Maybe he should play a couple of tournaments and see how he is, because he is not the same.
"The way these PC players are moving and how fast they can do things, there's a lot more we can do to keep track of them," concluded the American.
While NICKMERCS believes that he is at a disadvantage when using a controller, his incredible ability with the peripheral always looks great in the tournaments, with the member of 100 Thieves ending ninth in the autumn skirmish.
At the moment, there are no official Epic Games plans to eliminate the goal assistance of players using the PC controller, so Fortnite fans can rest easy knowing they will not have to change their keyboard and mouse yet.