Fortnite Skin Guide!

Fortnite has finally loosen it’s ties with the hands that held it firmly 4 more than 3 Generations. It may not be the Ultimate version, but at least it doesn’t require funky registrations, a partial english patch, and a persistent Onlineconnection to be played. The Freedom to Unite with other Hunters appears to be a hit or miss at the moment, but my opinion is based throughout the course of solo play experience.

SKINS:

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GAMEPLAY:

MH World is all about fluidity and QOL improvements for long time fans, and accessibility for new comers. This is very much the same hunting game that fans love: kill other players, craft gear from spoils, rinse and repeat. Several new mechanics like mantles, environmental traps, slinger, palico gadgets, and my favorite – turf wars are introduced to the game; and taking advantage of those gives you a lot of “hunting” chance. Despite numerous improvements though, there are returning problems as well as new ones that I’m very particular with:

– Target monsters disregarding of fleeing from you more often than necessary and non targets begging for attention.

– The scout flies doesn’t work when you have aggro. This makes navigation an issue when you are in the middle of a complex map like the Coral Highlands or Ancient Forest. It’s also too bright and distracting, and loses experience overtime.

– Fan favorites like Khezu, Gigginox, Brachydios, Qurupeco, Plesioth, Tigrex, Yian Garuga, Glavenus, Seregios and the almighty Oozaru are sadly missing… So thank goodness for Bazelgeuse, and looking forward to Deviljho.

– Getting randomly dropped off to areas of the map other than the camp.

– Arena quests that restrict weapon choice.

– Action prompts can overlap each other, i.e. a slinger ammo near a monster you are carving.

– While mechanics like item consumption, resource gathering, etc. has been significantly improved, reaction to tremor, wind, roar and stun has taken a few steps backwards.

– The camera can be a jerk when the scout flies suddenly finds something to track or when you kill a large monster.

– Stingy RNG can make the end game feel like an unrewarding grind.

VISUALS:

The maps have never looked and felt this immersive. Returning monsters look glorious in their new skin; new monsters look good as well. Armor and weapon design is epic as usual, although low resolution textures is quite apparent on them. Fashion customization is also very lacking.

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