Fortnite Battle Royale Tips. The best sensitivity settings for Fortnite Battle Royale. Fortnite updates change the in-game settings, in this video I showcase the best settings since the latest Fortnite battle royale patch notes. For more Fortnite videos click here: http://bit.ly/2xLkmVO

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Fortnite Battle Royale is the FREE 100-player PvP mode in Fortnite. One giant map. A battle bus. Fortnite building skills and destructible environments combined with intense PvP combat. The last one standing wins. Available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One & Mac

  1. Bblurre

    bro i hear pros play at like .07. that feels heeeeeellaaaaaa slow to me. cant even do a 180. how do pros do a 180 at that sensitivity

  2. Orion3G

    My mouse is way different, when I put it on your settings it barely moves.
    Most of these settings don't work for mine and I tried 2 different mouses.

  3. MentoOriento808

    Does it matter on the size of the monitor you play on? I tried ninja’s settings (800dpi and .07 sens) how ever on my 27” BenqXL it’s HELLA HELLA slow I literally have to lift my mouse twice to swipe from one end to another!

  4. Kind Old Raven

    Add this: Don't ever enable enhance pointer precision in windows: it's positive acceleration which will destroy any muscle memory you're trying to build. Turn it off. Positive acceleration means that if you move your mouse let's say 3" (7.6 cm) very slowly you'll move let's say 4" (10cm) on screen. If you move that same distance fast you'll move a lot more. It's inconsistent. Speed on the mouse mat will influence distance on screen. Except for a select few, nobody wants that. Going from one side of your screen to another… well… perhaps if you're playing LOL/Dota. I'd go with one side of mouse pad to the other = 360 in-game and tune from there, unless you're using like a 6" (15cm) mousepad (buy a bigger one, you'll thank all of us later in that case haha). All the other info: good stuff. But these things are musts if you're anything close to serious about improving your aim. Just ask any CSGO, OW, Quake or Unreal player.

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