“Hasn’t Been the Easiest Year”- Will SypherPK Continue to Play Fortnite in 2021?

Published 01/01/2021, 8:12 AM EST


From losing a huge portion of its user base at the beginning, to the massive collaboration with Marvel towards the end, 2020 had been quite a year for Fortnite. Alongside casual players, a lot of content creators quit playing the game in 2020 primarily because of SBMM.

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Having said that, Fortnite still boasts a plethora of creators and professional players. One of the biggest names on that list is SypherPK. Even though he had his own issues with the game in 2020, he still plays it and looks forward to doing the same in 2021.

With 2020 coming to an end, the streamer looked back at some of his favorite Fortnite moments of the year.

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Owing to its brand value, Fortnite collaborated with some of the biggest names inside and outside of gaming in 2020. As a result, the community always had some unusual events and LTMs at its disposal.

SypherPK was not only a part of all these events but made them a delight to watch for his fans. His personal favorite was the “funniest” fashion show which he hosted with fellow creator Jack “Courage” Dunlop.

SypherPK and his accidental Fortnite world records in 2020

To spice things up on the Fortnite island, SypherPK frequently tries out peculiar challenges. While he successfully completed the “Exotic Four Corners” challenge, his several attempts at a 50 game win streak with Ninja ended failed humourously.

In the process, the streamer has surprisingly broken world records without even trying. These include the record for the most exotics in a game and the fastest solo win in just 14 minutes and four seconds.

“We literally just accidentally break records,” said SypherPK.

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The reputed keyboard and mouse player also tried playing on controller this year. Even though such a transition affects many players, SypherPK adapted in an impressively fast time.

While looking back at his Fortnite memories in 2020, the veteran did not state any particular reason that drives him to still play the game. From the looks of it, it is just the result of a countless small happy moments.

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“What a fantastic year of content. I know it hasn’t been the easiest year for a lot of people out there, I’m hoping 2021 is easier. Hopefully these videos and content that we’ve created have made things just a little better in your life, that’s always the goal.” SypherPK signed off 2020 with these words.

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Aakrit Sharma

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Aakrit Sharma is an eSports author at EssentiallySports, and has written over 600 articles for their eSports division. He is an undergradate student at Delhi University. From getting chased by The Dahaka while playing Prince of Persia Warrior Within, to sweating his way up in ranked Apex Legends matches, he developed his consuming passion for the massive world of gaming and now writes about it with the same enthusiasm.

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