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    That cuts to the core of the discussion around gaming illness. If the poster child for the condition can be connected to this
    suspicious term despite preventing the exploitative methods that were adopted by its peers, what exactly are games supposed to do
    to protect players from themselves? Can entertainment only be too entertaining for its own good?

    The Week 8 Suggestions are live in Buy fortnite items: Battle Royale, and among those weapons challenges this week is somewhat different
    compared to weapon-specific tasks we've had before. The game asks you to get 250 headshot damage, sufficient to carry out
    two-and-a-half unshielded competitions.

    The simplest to attempt and grab a headshot is, clearly, very simple. Just point your gun
    in the general direction of an opponent's head and hope for the best. It's not the most trustworthy method to do it, but it is
    going to work eventually. If you want to get a bit more technical, nevertheless, it's important to understand how planning
    actually works in Fortnite: Battle Royale.

    At the center of your reticule at fortnite weapons is a white dot, but do not let the little fellow fool you: bullets you fire will not
    necessarily land directly on this dot. Guns in Fortnite have bloom, meaning that each bullet is going to land randomly inside a
    given circle, and there are certain things which will make that circle wider.