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Fortnite: Movement and environment - Map strategy - Resources - Controls

Fortnite:  Movement and environment - Map strategy - Resources - Controls
Fortnite:  Movement and environment - Map strategy - Resources - Controls

Movement and environment
If you're a PUBG player, then you're going to need to start retraining your brain when it comes to thinking about traversal. Don't forget, after all, that you can now build stairs and get up sloped areas quickly that way. It's a new meta to learn, and you need to start getting used to these mechanics mmediately.

Don't forget that you can place walls anywhere, something that can be very useful if you're taking heavy fire and want to gain the upper hand. Always be thinking about your vulnerabilities - and your escape points - and how you can swing the tide of battle back in your favour when you find yourself under pressure.
Remember too that you are at a huge disadvantage whenever you push into a building. The person inside (if there is one) is going to know where you're coming from, and although they can hear you coming, you can't see their exact location. If you know someone's inside, wait for them to come out of the building instead and catch them by surprise, rather than stalking them through the interior.
Alternatively, use those building materials you've gathered and create a structure that wraps around the building they're in. At that point, you can stake them out from above and effectively turns the tables on them, without putting yourself in a particularly vulnerable position.
Map strategy
There are two winning map strategies that rhinocrunch recommends every player pursues in Fortnite: Battle Royale.
The first is built around the concept a big kill strategy. In this approach, you play the edge of the map, waiting for players, rotating with the circle and pick off enemies as they race towards the next playable area. It takes a lot of skill and a little bit of luck to pull this strategy off, but it's definitely viable.
A more reliable strategy has you rushing the centre of each new circle immediately, and from there just try to stay ahead of every other player. Once you're in position, you can start taking advantage of your early knowledge of terrain, and plan out your vantage points accordingly.
This strategy ensures you avoid entering the new circle from a bad angle, where you can get picked off pretty cleanly by a savvy opponent. Instead, and if you just rush the centre, you get to see the whole playing field: what's a good spot, what's a bad spot? You'll have time to set up a base before the enemy arrives as well.
In terms of positioning, high ground is always your friend. It provides you with a superior vantage point that's hard for your enemy to retaliate against, and it also allows you to flee the fight if you're not confident it's going to go your way.
Again, always remember that you can craft your way up sharp slopes extremely quickly if you need to get away, or you want to establish a fantastic camping position.
While traversing the map, listen carefully to your surroundings. There are loads of visual and audio cues to help you gain crucial intel about where someone is. If you think someone is around you, then crouch because it'll muffle your footsteps. You can then use the positioning of the enemy's sound to pinpoint their location and prepare your devastating ambush.
We've got a handful of very useful guides which will help you get on top of your surroundings much more quickly. Take some time out to study the following articles, as they'll really help you get ahead of the pack:
  • Chest Map / Loot Map - How to find every chest on the map in Fortnite: Battle Royale
  • Map locations - A guide to what to expect from every spot on the Fortnite map.
  • Map update guide - Rolling updates on every change and addition that's made to the in-game map.
  • How to land faster - It's possible to hit the ground much faster than the other players and gain a big advantage!
Try to keep enough resources about you at all times so that you can at least build an emergency wall. Don't get caught out in the open without enough resources in your backpack to build an emergency shelter if it's needed. In an ideal world, you should aim to have around 300 of each resource on you at any given time.
We can't stress the importance of resource gathering enough! It's easy to focus all your attention on chasing kills and bagging the strongest weaponry in the game, but building materials are invaluable, and only become increasingly precious as each match wears on.
You don't want to be in a position where you can't build a structure under pressure. Whether you need to quickly create a set of ramps to flank an opponent, or panic-construct some walls to take cover behind, if you don't have the resources to do so, you're putting yourself at a major disadvantage.
As a general rule of thumb, wood is great for quick builds, but stone and metal are brilliant for building a sturdy late-game fort.
It goes without saying that it's incredibly important that you can lay your hands on what you need without even thinking about it. Those who have to fumble around for weapon slots are unlikely to grab that elusive number one spot. That means mastering the controls so that muscle-memory alone gets you what you need, when you need it.
Some of our most popular articles explain the ins and outs of the control systems in Fortnite: Battle Royale, and they'll also help you tweak some of the settings to achieve optimal performance in the game!
  • Keybinds and keyboard controls - How to optimise your keybinds and keyboard settings on PC.
  • Mouse sensitivity guide - Tweak your mouse settings to achieve the perfect aiming setup.
  • How to drop weapons and items - Free up inventory space in a flash so you can grab that next awesome upgrade.
  • Controls for PC, PS4 and Xbox One - A handy reference chart for the control systems on all the major platforms.
  • How to dance - Look flashy in the aftermath of every firefight with our guide to busting a move!

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