Fortnite Season 3 has been out for a couple of weeks now and Epic Games have teased four new vehicles. However, in more dire news, #SaveSaveTheWorld is currently trending on Twitter thanks to Epic Games’ latest announcement about the Save The World mode. Here you’ll discover why the hashtag is trending on Twitter so you can know what all the outrage is about.
Epic Games’ State Of Development for the Save The World mode was only recently published on June 30th which makes the outrage incredibly quick. The announcement talks about Ventures and Seasonal Structure Changes, and this is partly why the Fortnite community is so enraged.
However, there’s another big reason, and below you’ll discover what it is as we explain the Save Save The World hashtag that is all over Twitter.
Fortnite: Why is Save Save The World trending on Twitter?
#SaveSaveTheWorld is trending on Twitter because Epic Games have announced that the Fortnite mode will not become free-to-play as initially intended.
In addition, #SaveSaveTheWorld is also trending on Twitter because Fortnite fans believe Epic Games have given up on the mode.
There’s been complaints online about Epic Games saying that the story is complete when it isn’t, and there’s also the feeling that content will simply be recycled in a lazy effort to barely keep the mode alive.
Twitter user Demon Joe embodies the community’s annoyance about Epic Games’ premium commitment and how it limits the chances of Save The World becoming successful.
He also points out how Epic Games is shutting down future cosmetic support, meanwhile lots of the community have simply expressed dismay over the belief that the mode is dead or at least dying.
Epic Games’ blog post does end with a promise that there are more adventures to be had, but the Fortnite community clearly isn’t optimistic about the mode’s future.