The first-ever Fortnite Mythic Goldfish ride has been captured. Take a look at it for yourself!
Rocket riding has been around since the beginning of Fortnite. It was one of the first ways that players messed around with the Fortnite mechanics.
The first recorded rocket ride happened during the first Halloween event when Epic introduced the Pumpkin Launcher. Players noticed that you could stand on the large hitbox of the rocket, and later transitioned that into normal rocket riding when the event ended.
You have to remember, rocket riding was extremely high-risk back in the day. Friendly fire was on, and if you missed the rocket ride you’d take a rocket to the back.
After that, players started to rocket ride themselves when the Guided Missile was released. The weapon was relatively useless after a series of nerfs, so players almost exclusively used it for this purpose.
When the Grappler was in the game, players began to notice that you could Grapple-ride for maximum distance. This mechanic was only in the game for a few weeks before Epic disabled it.
More recently, a player accidentally found out that you can ride a sniper bullet in Fortnite. This strategy is nearly impossible to time if you want to do it on purpose, but it was still fun to witness.
Apparently, you can also ride the elusive Mythic Goldfish in Fortnite. Giorgiocav123 posted a clip to Reddit of the first-ever Mythic Goldfish ride captured on camera.
It’s extremely unlikely to pull this off in a real game. These players loaded into a Playground match to pull it off. First, you’ll have to find the Mythic Goldfish – something that very few players have ever done. Then, you have to set it up without getting shot.
You can get some decent distance on this strategy. It’s more of a novelty than a real strategy, but it’s still fun to watch.
Have you caught the Mythic Goldfish yet? Let us know in the comments!