This Fortnite nature documentary uses the game's new replay system to great effect

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PUBG's replay system arrived earlier this year in a bid to catch cheaters. Sonny Evans, on the other hand, used it to craft hilarious National Geographic-style nature documentaries (opens in new tab). In the wake of its own newly-installed replay mechanics, Evans has now turned his creative hand to Fortnite. 

From Wailing Woods to Flush Factory and beyond, Evans' latest project, The Creatures of Fortnite, examines a host of Fortnite playstyle stereotypes—not least architects, bush campers, and John Wick skin-donning noobs. 

Cue one faux-David Attenborough voiceover, and multiple bouts of laughter:

Despite similar delivery, the difference between Evans' pre (opens in new tab) and post-replay system Fortnite productions is pretty clear. The creator tells me he looks forward to tinkering with the new system's myriad of neat features over time. I for one look forward to seeing what he comes up with next. 

In other Fortnite news, yesterday's account issues have disrupted its update schedule (opens in new tab). A new patch, v3.5.1, was rolled out this morning (opens in new tab) with a host of bug fixes. Check that out in full over here (opens in new tab)

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