This is what Fortnite looks like if you could play it in the first person

Fortnite is popular as a third-person shooter, but Loopers have always wanted to experience it first-person. The intensity and realism is much better in first person mode and is offered in several other Battle Royale games like Warzone, PUBG, and Apex Legends.


Although the developers of Fortnite they don’t seem interested in releasing a first person mode, the community is full of innovative creators with potential to create their own maps and game modes.

Typically, creators simply position the camera over a character’s head to create a “first person” effect. However, 12th Hour is known for generating outstanding ideas and this time it didn’t disappoint either.


12th Hour used third-party software to rebuild Epic Games’ battle royale title from scratch. The creator spent five hours in which he even tried to use Valorant’s animations. Naturally, the task was much more difficult than it seemed.

Finally, he used some authentic animations and mixed them with hand animations from three other games. The end product of Fortnite It looks absurd from a third-person perspective, but it does its job perfectly when viewed from a first-person perspective.

FORTNITE | How to link PC and PlayStation account

  • Go to the Epic Games website and sign in or create your account if you don’t have one.
  • Once you’re logged in, go to your account page and look for the tab on the left that says Connections.
  • Under the Connections tab, switch to Accounts where you’ll see options to connect with GitHub, Twitch, Xbox, PlayStation Network, and Nintendo Switch.
  • Select any of the services you want to link your account to, and when asked if you want to continue to the external site and provide them with more information, confirm your choice.

Following these steps will link the player’s account and sync all their progress and profile. Now you can easily download and play on a PS4 or PC with the same account.

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