The most popular game in the world right now is of course the cartoonish Battle-Royale game Fortnite. Players from all over the world from young to old are playing this game on their PC, Playstation 4 or Xbox One. The game has been downloaded over one hundred million times, which shows the popularity it enjoys. Getting better at Fortnite is not an easy task, but through hard work and intensive practice at the game it can be done. Pro’s like Ninja didn’t become pro players from one day to another, this took months of intensive playing. In this article we’ll give you tips to improve your Fortnite Gameplay.
Use a Great Landing spot
To start getting more Wins and Kills in Fortnite you need to pick a landing spot that you can stick to. Just manoeuvre your glider to this spot at the start of each game. It has to be far away from other players, and you need to know this specific area like the back of your hand. This will give you an advantage when other players enter this area as you know all the ins and outs of the area, where all the chests are, vending machines etc. You can also find great spots to start building walls and structures.
Turn Headphones on All Audio
Hearing everything correctly can massively improve your in-game performance. Using a headset with the Fortnite volume set to All Audio will help you hear enemies, hear which way they’re coming from and how far away from you they are. This in turn can prepare you better for the battle that ultimately will ensue. You’ll also hear Chests, air drops, footsteps of enemies and much more.
Use a shield ASAP
Stockpile shields and get them to 100 as soon as possible. This is essential to your survival in the game, and will improve your game massively. Both health and shield should always be at 100 to give you the best chance at surviving an encounter with an enemy.
Get 999 Wood
Getting 999 wood is crucial, as running out of wood can really get you into some big trouble. Always collect enough wood to last you the entire game.
Check your Fortnite gaming specs
Fortnite uses a lot of graphical resources so always check if your specs are up to date. It might be needed to upgrade your RAM, get a new graphics card or a new processor. The general rule of thumb here is: the more FPS the better.
We hope that these tips can help you to get better at Fortnite, and maybe even enter the competitive pro-player scene. Have some tips that you would like added? React below the article and we’ll add it in!