Movement and using the map
- You can't go prone in Fortnite, which means hiding in the long grass or slowly worming your strategy to a building is not possible.
- Not just is moving much louder than in PUBG - beneficial to learn where people are coming from - but sprinting will leave behind a dust trail, assisting you recognize players from a distance. Keep in mind this particularly if you are forced to move out inside the open.
- You can crouch to help hide your presence as significantly as possible, and move faster with crouching by hitting sprint as you would when standing upright.
- Bullets leave tracers in Fortnite, so you can far better tell the path they are firing from.
- In case you see a pile of tires, you can walk into them to spring you high into the air. That is fantastic for getting onto the roofs of buildings to get a vantage point, or should you be becoming chased, a speedy indicates of evasion.
Making use of the map and weathering the storm
- Always use your map to plan your route properly to the safe circle.
- You'll find no vehicles in Fortnite, nonetheless together with the map being much smaller sized in size, it is much less complicated to get to the safe circle in time ahead of the storm sets in. Even if the circle is on the other side in the island, there is certainly always enough time to get there in the event you plan efficiently.
- Your sprint can not outrun the storm, nonetheless like PUBG, you can remain in it for any generous period of time although your health slowly depletes, so never panic.
- Even though you should stay away from the storm, some regard staying in edge of the storm as a tactic, specially in later stages so you can shoot from the outdoors in. Needless to say, this entirely is dependent upon your position, your gear, your health and so on.
- With the map becoming smaller in size, it truly is a lot higher density than most PUBG matches, meaning players encounter each other quicker. Keep this in mind while exploring.
Weapons and ammo
- Weapon and ammo glow and float in the air, so it really is less complicated to view what you might need from a distance.
- Exactly the same applies when players die, also, so no need to check a body to know specifically what is up for grabs.
- You can also get weapons and resources from Treasure Chests inside buildings, which can virtually always hear before you see, due to their telltale shimmering noise. These frequently have uncommon loot plus a handful of resources, so they're well worth tracking down. Look everywhere - other rooms, basements, upstairs - and don't be afraid to knock a wall or two down to reach it.
- Weapons work considerably differently than PUBG. You can find no separate attachments, with weapons coming currently equipped with scopes along with other modifiers currently attached.
- Each weapon also has five various grades of rarity. If you play Destiny, it really is the exact very same colour scheme; gray becoming the most frequent, then green, blue, purple and orange as the rarest - with each stage escalating a weapon's DPS (or Damage Per Second). In short, the rarer the gun, the more successful it really is when it comes to dealing damage.