Even though Epic Games hasn’t confirmed the existence of a first-person mode yet, current information implies it will be released at some point in this chapter. Fortnite is still rumored to acquire its first-person mode at some point during this chapter.
The same leak alluded to the release of a feature that is rumored to be included in that mode as well, a function that allows players to change the camera angle by switching their shoulders so that their characters’ weapons are on the right or left side of their bodies.
This kind of functionality is common in other first-person shooters, so the report that Fortnite intends to implement is encouraging for fans of that game mode. This week, a Twitter user who goes by the handle Fortnite inside HYPEX shared the most recent information regarding the game’s first-person mode while hinting that shoulder swapping was a feature Epic Games was working on.
Although it was rumored that the same quality would also be included in the game’s standard third-person modes, first-person will still have a more significant impact.
Fortnite are working on Shoulder Swapping for the upcoming First Person mode. Maybe it could come to Third Person too if they go on with it. pic.twitter.com/mk2bjl1Fki
— HYPEX (@HYPEX) May 2, 2023
Since shoulder swapping is something you must see in action, the first-person mode’s visual peek, shared along with this leak, serves more as a tease for the first-person mode than anything else.
Insiders have previously published pictures similar to this one to demonstrate that the first-person way is natural and takes place. Still, Epic Games hasn’t officially confirmed the mode’s existence yet.
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While the game currently lacks a first-person mode that may be played, there is at least a Star Wars event that players can participate in. Star Wars cosmetics and brand-new ones like Darth Maul were revived on this occasion.
Lightsabers, Force powers that players can learn, and other gameplay changes will be made until the Star Wars event is over later this month.