Ninja Reveals To Fans Why He Stopped Playing Fortnite

Ninja has returned to Fortnite after taking an extensive break from streaming the Epic Games hit. Arguably the game which rocketed the streamer to stardom, fans of Ninja can’t have helped but notice there’s been a massive lack of Fortnite on his channels as of late.

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Ninja has now dived right back into the Fortnite action – but not without telling his fans why he (temporarily) quit the game in the first place.

“I’m just starting to play Fortnite again. I haven’t played in months,” said Ninja in a recent stream.

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He then branded the game as “stale” and “boring,” admitting he wasn’t finding the gameplay fun any longer.

“Honestly, the game wasn’t fun to me. It was super stale and super boring. I mean, I honestly don’t have anything good to say about Fortnite in the last two seasons,” he said, getting candid with his viewers.

He then credited fellow streamer SypherPK for getting him back into Fortnite. Check the duo out in the Tweet below.

“I’m having a blast again. It feels good again, it feels fun,” Ninja said. “I’m playing Fortnite solos. When was the last time you saw me playing Fortnite solos?”

I’m sure we’re all very relieved to see Ninja is back doing what he does best, having only quit Fortnite temporarily.

In related news, Epic Games is celebrating the release of Rocket League on the Epic Games Store with a Fortnite crossover event.

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Celebrating its move from Steam to Epic Games Store, the Llama-Rama event is an official crossover between Rocket League and Fortnite – and it’ll make the iconic Battle Bus into a playable vehicle.

Announcing the news on its official blog, Epic Games writes: “The Battle Bus has a full tank of boost and is flying into Rocket League! Fortnite is celebrating Rocket League’s move to Free to Play with Llama-Rama — a crossover event where players can complete Rocket League Challenges to unlock rewards for both Rocket League and Fortnite. It’s the perfect time to check out what Soccar is all about!”

The Llama-Rama event kicks off on September 26, and you’ll need to complete five in-game challenges to unlock the Battle Bus for yourself.

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