Fortnite Leaks Reveal Planned In-Game “Clips” Feature To Capture & Share Gameplay

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Fortnite Leaks Reveal Planned In-Game “Clips” Feature To Capture & Share Gameplay

In the Fortnite Battle Royale scene, Leakers revealed Epic Games' plans for an in-game gameplay capture feature.

Unlike replay mode, it seems the rumor “Clips” option would allow players to record small segments of their game to share on different social media platforms. While the finer points aren't clear, a few reliable sources in the scene believe Epic will implement this capture system sometime soon. If true, it would undoubtedly allow players to share their clips without needing a specific software or capture card.

With Fortnite Chapter 3 garnering attention, now's the time for talented players and content creators to show the masses what they can do. A more efficient and seamless way to share videos could become a foundational element.

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Twitter user @InTheShadeYT made the initial discovery as other high-profile leakers circulated the information. He covered what fans can expect out of this new feature aptly named Clippy:

“A new video clips feature named “Clippy” is currently being worked on! Atm it has some functions to Start Recording, Stop Recording, and to Create A Clip. You will also be able to upload these clips!”

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Considering the popularity of TikTok, YouTube and other similar services, the clip-capturing aspect could become a go-to for up-and-comers depending on the quality options. It would be another notch in the belt of Fortnite Chapter 3’s evolution.

The leaks did not mention an anticipated release date. So, we'll have to watch the Fortnite scene closely for more information. Be sure to check back with ESTNN to stay up-to-date.

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Matt is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University. He appreciates all esports titles but primarily focuses on Fortnite and Call of Duty. Matt continuously analyzes gameplay and plays the games himself to better understand in-game decisions by the best players in the world.