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Discussion in 'Game Talk' started by Smokey1337__, Jan 9, 2018.
Fortnite and Pubg are two very popular games that are baisicly the same concept
PUBG is way more fun, tense, and thrilling to me. They are similar but Fortnite is very arcade, like when you pick up a weapon it's already loaded. I like PUBG where jumping makes you slow, the overall realism, vehicles, and weapon mods.
Couldn't have said it better myself
They both suck, but Fortnite is free so the only thing you lose is time.
PUBG is dull and the matches become predictable over time. Fortnite has greater attention to detail and the mechanics are constantly evolving thanks to fast response from the developers.
For me, neither ...
OSU! is the best
Overrated, neither for me as well.
Personal Preference. If you like a tactical type BR with weapon all kinds of attachments and with more of a realism kind of graphics go with PUBG. If you like a Faster pace BR that is more of an Arcade type feel then go with Fortnite. Also if you're on a budget and can't spend the $30 for pubg just do fortnite because its free. It's really in the end up to what you want in a game.
Can't really decide as both have benefits and flaws, Fortnite feels more polished with superior net-coding while I like the gameplay of PUBG more. For me neither.
If you're choosing between the two, I have both applications and personally prefer PUBG, I'm more of an FPS person and got used to the nearest realistic player models. I got PUBG first before Fortnite (downloaded Fortnite cos my friends had em cos they couldn't run PUBG) Actually it all depends on your preferences. If you like something realistic, gun mechanisms, and others, use PUBG. Sucks to have to make and download another launcher (Epic Games Launcher) to download Fortnite.
Downside for Fortnite is that's it's 18 GB! As a person with an SSD with little space that's pretty sad for me as PUBG is less than 10 GB. So basically if you don't want to pay for something, then try Fortnite, same Battle Royale, different mechanics and animations. If you want to pay for something millions of people have already, then try PUBG. In the end it all depends on you, and if your laptop/computer can run it.
They are both good, but it depends on the person.
PUBG is more realistic, but it does cost money and needs better specs to run it.
Fortnite is more of a fun free to play game, where you could come up with almost something new each game with the constant updates and being able to just build stuff, plus it's less spec dependent.
I've played both quite a bit and honestly, its Fortnite for me. PUBG just got way too boring for me. Even when I started going to more populated drops, it's always the same. The gunplay is great don't get me wrong but if I was just never a fan of running around for mins, just to maybe shoot at maybe 1 or 2 people and get killed by my poor skills. At least with Fortnite, it's a little more fast paced and the arcade'y aspect of it just makes it a more "fun" experience for me. The building adds another layer that PUB does not have
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