Tfue says Fortnite is 'dying,' might stream other games

Fortnite streamer Turner "Tfue" Tenney said on his Twitch stream Thursday that he is very disappointed with the path the game is on and might move on to different titles with Fortnite, in his opinion, "dying." Sean Drakes/Getty Images

Ultra-popular Fortnite streamer Turner "Tfue" Tenney used his platform to express his dissatisfaction with the game Thursday.

On his broadcast Thursday night, Tfue criticized Fortnite, calling it "bad" and "garbage" and said it is "dying." As a result, he said, he wants to start streaming other games. The Fortnite World Cup competitor has nearly 7 million followers on Twitch and is one of the leading voices in the community.

He is the latest Fortnite player to take shots at the game. Some have been critical of updates made to the game since the release of season X, including the addition of the B.R.U.T.E. mech that Epic Games nerfed after outcry from the pro and casual Fortnite communities.

Earlier this week, Tfue asked his social media followers for help in finding players on Minecraft. Other prominent Fortnite streamers are known to be trying out World of Warcraft Classic.

--Field Level Media