Fans picked up on the update immediately.
Fortnite isn't known for being a very realistic game. The characters are cartoons, the weapons are laughable at times (Boogie Bombs, Guided Rockets), and the physics are exaggerated. More realistic games, like Red Dead Redemption for example, have physics that mimic real life. Movements such as jumping and running would affect portions of the character's body. That same can't be said for Fortnite, which focuses on gameplay rather than graphics or physics. That's why a recent update has gamers scratching their heads.
Season 6 for Fortnite has touched down, and the new update brought some new physics as well. Gamers began to notice that female breast physics had been updated to imitate real life. The update seems to only apply to Fortnite's new Calamity Cowgirl skin. Streamer FaZe Agony was the first to spot the update, and posted a video on Twitter that got the attention of Fortnite developer Epic Games. According to Kotaku, an Epic Games spokesperson released a statement claiming, “This is unintended, embarrassing, and it was careless for us to let this ship. We are working now to fix this as soon as possible.”