A developer of Epic Games has revealed that significant audio improvements are finally coming to Fortnite Battle Royale.
Originally released in September 2017, Fortnite has conquered the world of video games, achieving a success that no one could have expected.
However, despite all their achievements, the developers of the game have not yet got their hands dirty with the audio in the game. Many professional players have expressed frustration with the audio system during the game. of the last months.
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Ghost Gaming's Bizzle has been a major critic of Fortnite's competitive scene.
Given the complex nature of Fortnite's building mechanism and the chaos of competing lobbies, it is critical to hear footsteps or ruptures of enemy walls, and an Epic developer has confirmed that changes are underway.
Epic Vice President of Engineering, Daniel Vogel, commented in a Reddit article asking for sound improvements that a new, improved system was still under development, but did not give time for its introduction. .
Changes are "actively underway" according to Epic Games.
The developer confirmed that an HRTF audio system, used in popular games such as CS: GO and Rainbox Six Siege, would arrive at Fortnite in the future, despite the publication of an article on his blog confirming that the system worked more than nine months ago.
HRTF is synonymous with head transfer function and widely regarded as the most accurate audio system for determining a player's positioning.
Given the recent complaints of many professional players, such as Timothy & # 39; Bizzle & # 39; Miller, of Ghost Gaming, about the current state of play in anticipation of the $ 30 million Fortnite World Cup final, such audio improvements would be a huge step in the right direction.
The World Cup Grand Final will be held July 26-28 in New York City, leaving Epic all the time needed to implement this feature seamlessly before the biggest event in its history.