5 features Fortnite copied from other games
Now, this one really isn't even bad. It's just a genre and type of gaming, but Fortnite is often lauded for being unique and innovative. This one isn't an area they should be praised in, though. Sure, it's to be expected, but it's not unique. There are hundreds of similar games. Most battle royale games are third person, too.
Third person shooter
Thanks to Fortnite, the Battle Royale genre has exploded. What was a relatively small gaming genre has grown exponentially since Fortnite released. The list is long and includes Call of Duty: Warzone, Apex Legends, Realm Royale and PUBG.
Reboot vans were added to Fortnite in Chapter 1 Season 8. These were added to give players a chance to bring their teammates back after they had died. Going at a Squads match alone after all teammates have died can be difficult and not very fun, so Fortnite added reboot vans. These were first introduced by Apex Legends though.
There's no question that adding building to a shooting game was a huge success. Rather than having players eternally exposed, like in other games, Fortnite allowed players to protect themselves. However, this isn't a unique aspect either. Minecraft, which was released 6 years before Fortnite, is the source material for this one.
Minecraft did crafting first, and Fortnite has only recently jumped on that bandwagon. Still, they've added a feature that is a staple of another game. It's not the main aspect of the game like it is in Minecraft, but it is a part of it nonetheless.