In this video today we're gonna be discussing a pretty interesting controversy that's occurring in Fortnite right now, and it has to do with the new skill based matchmaking system in the game. A few days after update 10.40 was released, players started to discover that regular public match lobbies had actually become cross platform totally out of the blue. And what that means, is that for the first time in Fortnite history, a console player for example, even while just solo-queuing in regular public matches, could get put into games with PC players, mobile players, nintendo switch players, or any other platform out there. This wasn't mentioned by Epic at all in the patch notes or anywhere else, so at first people were thinking that maybe it was just a glitch. But eventually, after a few days of people complaining and wondering what was up with, a Fortnite developer finally addressed what was going on. He said "In update 10.40 we started rolling out the new Skill Based Matchmaking to core playlists. This means that you can be in matches with players across all platforms and input device,s and that those players are more likely to be of similar skill." Even though that response does make sense in some regards, it also fails to address some of the biggest flaws with cross-platform matchmaking. So I hope you guys enjoy this video!
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