Is The Dip Emote in Fortnite A Way To Win?

Is The Dip Emote in Fortnite A Way To Win? ...

The Dip emote was included with the 2022 Rainbow Royale tournament, causing controversy due to its animation which makes it difficult to shoot.

Cosmetics shouldn't give you an advantage in-game. Things like skins, emotes, and other items are there to up the Fortnite experience - did you get a nasty kill? Use the Griddy on them! Want everyone to know you're an anime fan? Use the Dragon Ball skins!

Despite Epic's best efforts, certain cosmetics just have a competitive advantage over others - we've seen skins with color palettes that make them difficult to see around the Fortnite island, and now, players have taken issue with the new The Dip emote.

Should Fortnite's Dip Emote Be Removed?

The Dip emote is seen to players falling to the floor during a recent Rainbow Royale 2022 event, which is a clear reference to Ru Paul's Drag Race. It's similar to Toy Story's toys becoming lifeless whenever Andy was around.

The emote appears to be in fact causing problems with people's intentions, with the character model completely... well, dipping, from their current position. Even for controller players, it appears to cause problems with the aim assist.

If you follow Twitter or other social platforms, you'll see a lot of people using this powerful emote to make some kills while disturbing their foes.

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What's interesting about this particular emote is that, while the discussion is the fact that it may be categorized as "free-to-play," it is in fact entirely free to earn! Naturally, having it will provide an advantage over those who don't own it.

Epic Games hasn't issued any sort of statement on the emote right now. There may be reasons to remove it while they work on a solution, such as giving it more start-up time or prohibiting players from canceling the animation at their own discretion.

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