A new post on Fortnite's website, credited to "The Fortnite Team", explains why the B.R.U.T.E. mechs were added to the game and the impact they've had so far.
In other words, according to Epic, the newbs are witnessing more success on the battlefield while veteran players aren't seeing a notable decrease in their eliminations.
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The B.R.U.T.E.is a giant robot suit that takes two players to control properly. In terms of B.R.U.T.E. eliminations per game, it's less than 10% for every game type. For example - everyone having a shot at that first elimination or Victory Royale moment and the satisfying feeling that comes with it. Since then, we have seen players who had previously struggled with getting eliminations acquiring more, while the number of eliminations earned by more experienced players remained steady. For a game that thrives off pressuring players into owning their look, repeating cosmetics threatens to bring the hierarchy tumbling down.
In its post, Epic also shared a couple of graphs showing that the B.R.U.T.E. has not completely dominated more traditional Fortnite gameplay. In Arena Modes, the average is around one kill per game. The irony is that while numerous more competitive players are angry at the inclusion of an overpowered mech for less skilled players, the very nature of Fortnite was to be a more casual alternative to more technical battle royale shooters like PUBG.
Enlarge / Though they may feel overpowered, Epic says statistics show mechs are not utterly dominating the Fortnite competitive experience. Epic wants to make a game that is both competitively viable and entertaining for casual players and viewers, and the Brute is the latest breaking point in the delicate bridge between different kinds of Fortnite players. The way that group of players sees it, the behemoth battle royale title is forcing its most devoted fans to the periphery in favor of those who devote less time and money to the product.