At the heights where we are now, it would be a stretch to think of the idea that there are some new mechanics in Fortnite that they would be somewhat lost in comparison to the importance Epic Games gives to other aspects of your battle royale, like fishing; something the company itself wanted to solve in the current expanding Season 4 even more all around the act of grabbing a rod and throwing your hook into the water in the game.
The point is, Fortnite officials launched a post through their account from Twitter in which they featured a curious competition under the hashtag “#FortniteFishing,” which is basically encouraging Battle Royale players to upload a photo with your best. shots every week ; being the common blue flopper this room in which Epic Games wanted to focus on those first seven days.
Introducing the #FortniteFishing Catch of the Week! Each week for the next few weeks we'll ask you to show off your best catch.— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) September 7, 2020
This week, show off your best Blue Flopper. They look just like regular Floppers... but a bit blue. pic.twitter.com/DJeQLv203t
Beyond that, we still don’t know if the company plans to award a reward to players who manage to snatch the biggest fish of each week, so we’ll be paying close attention to the next steps the battle royale will take for you. bring news that sheds light on this situation.
Either way, what we can guarantee is that we are facing an Epic Games attempt to resurrect one of those mechanics that made Fortnite make a real leap into your current Chapter 2; something the company could put even more effort into in the days and weeks to come.