After weeks of complaints from the strongest players and professionals in Fortnites, Epic attributed it to B.R.U.T.E. At the beginning of the season, X presented 'Mechs. The Mechs now seem rarer and their missile damage and their impact zone has been reduced, as well as some additional modifications.
Rich professionals and well-known banners hate the 'Mechs' from day one and complain that it is too difficult to counter them with great damage and wellness spas. Until now, Epic was primarily intended for B.R.U.T.E. and said there should be a way for new and less experienced players to balance their chances with qualified veterans. Epic also said the Mechs were responsible for a relatively small number of victims, but complaints persisted (despite the cautious defense of James Davenport's robots earlier this month).
So what has changed? Epic has its reasoning for each of the balance changes made in the B.R.U.T.E. He explained, but the general effect is to make the Mechs less lethal and less mobile AutoFull gaming chair.
The number of missiles fired in a single save has been reduced from 10 to six, and these six missiles are now firing 56% slower. The impact of the rockets has been reduced by 42%. According to Epic, the idea here is to give players more opportunities to walk on B.R.U.T.E. in order to respond. Attack upon receiving the effectiveness of 'Mechs against structures.
To make it easier for Mechs over long distances, Epic has increased the recovery time of the explosion from three to five seconds and reduced the speed of air acceleration by a third. B.R.U.T.E. Pilots will no longer automatically accept materials hitting structures. Players must leave the mechanism to cover themselves.
Epic had already reduced the rate of appearance of Mechs in the arena and tournament playlists, but now they have lowered them to the line of sight. So far, it has been ensured that the first two phases of the storm would produce at least two BCRs, and now there is a 25% probability or more that no spawning occurs at any stage.
However, this update does not affect all Nerfs for Fortnites Mechs. B.R.U.T.E.E. He improved his overall health from 1,000 to 1,250, and the physical cost of using the shooter's shadow was reduced from 200 to 75.