Epic Games has a habit of adding new content to Fortnite every month. This is one of the reasons why millions of players are satisfied with the game. However, whenever they add new content, they end up removing or vaulting some of the already existing content. For instance, if they introduce a new shotgun to the game, then they vault an already existing variant of it. While this may sound odd, it is actually done to keep balance in the game. And now, one of the top streamers in the world has claimed that removing Traps from the game was a really bad idea.
Turner “Tfue” Tenney is one of the most popular streamers in the world. He is well known for streaming Fortnite daily on his channel and is even considered one of the best players of the game. He has millions of followers on Twitch and has contributed a lot to making Epic’s battle royale popular. While he enjoys the game to the fullest, there are some things that he doesn’t appreciate at all. Just recently, the Fortnite pro expressed his disappointment about the removal of traps.
Traps in Fortnite
For those who don’t know, Traps were in Fortnite since the game was first released. Many players have used them to improve their gameplay, and a lot of them were disappointed after they were removed. These traps basically allowed players to embarrass their opponents during a build battle. However, after many players started complaining about them, Epic Games decided to vault them in Chapter 2, Season 2. While many players were happy with this decision, some were not happy with this decision.
During one of his recent streams, Tfue was playing in the Cash Cup in which he faced something unusual. Although he was confident about winning, the pro ended up losing a box fight. As soon as he returned to lobby, Tuffy started expressing his disappointment and claimed that the worst thing the developers have ever done is removing traps from the game. He even claimed he wouldn’t have cared if they nerfed their damage to 100, but completely removing them from the game was a bad decision.
Soon after he made this statement, many of his viewers started disagreeing with him in the chatbox. Some even came forward and claimed that adding BRUTE Mechs and Infinity Sword was the worst decision. In any case, Epic is yet to provide a statement regarding whether they will be bringing traps back in the future or not. Fortnite players can also expect to see some big new things in the future.