Epic Games is Working on a First-Person Camera Mode for Fortnite

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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Credit: HYPEX Twitter

Some recent leaks have confirmed that Epic Games is currently working on a first person camera mode for Fortnite Battle Royale.

Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 is finally here, and the name of the new update is Vibin. The whole update resembles a chill and party theme. The new POI, Reality Tree, feels like a colorful party center. Ballers have made a comeback and are arguably one of the most fun vehicles in the game. Players can ride wild animals in the new update making them more than just pieces of meat.

Additionally, many players are celebrating the vaulting of the Drum Shotgun, which was kind of game-breaking according to a part of the Fortnite community. Instead of its place, Epic Games has introduced a new Two-Shot Shotgun. Additionally, we got the Hammer Assault Rifle and DMR weapons.

But it seems like Epic Games has more plans for Fortnite in the future. Some recent Fortnite data miners and leakers have confirmed that a first-person camera mode is currently in the works and might work really well for the Zero Build modes.

Below are all the details about the Fortnite first-person camera mode we know about so far.

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Fortnite First Person Camera Mode:

Prominent leaker and data miner HYPEX recently made a Twitter post about the Fortnite first-person camera mode. Epic Games has apparently already started work on the first-person camera mode, and it’s currently in the early stages of development. In the Tweet, they said,


This update Epic began working on some stuff about first-person camera mode but there’s no other info about it at the moment as it looks like it’s still in early development. Would work REALLY well for the Zero Build Modes”

Along with the Tweet, HYPEX also shared an image of a first-person view in Fortnite.

Needless to say, the first-person camera mode was not possible until now because of the build mechanics in Fortnite. But, last season, Epic Games introduced the no-build mode, and the first-person camera mode might work perfectly for it.

Please take the above information with a grain of salt as it’s a leak and might be subject to change.

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.