Cath, you are apparently trying to connect something with component connections to a TV that doesn't have component inputs. Yes, that can throw the colors off, as all three component cables must be connected correctly to get the full video image. Assuming the TV doesn't have component inputs that you haven't found some TVs use a "dongle" cable with the three connections that plug into a single connection on the TV , you would need to use a converter. View solution in original post. Are you connecting to a Roku TV?
Fortnite developer Epic Games is walking back its plans to introduce skill-based matchmaking into Battle Royale after fan response was decidedly negative. The company suggests that the concept might still appear in Fortnite in some form, but promises to take feedback into account and think carefully before making any changes to Battle Royale. In a lengthy post about planned ates coming soon and coming later, Epic Games gave players a taste of what was in the pipeline for Fortnite. Short term, the developer plans to get the console versions of the game running at 60 frames per second for a crisp visual experience. And long term it wants to think of even more unique limited time modes, beyond simply forcing players to use specific weapons. It read:. We are working on changes to matchmaking that are aimed at creating matches with a more balanced distribution of skill.