Best Settings and Sensitivity in Fortnite Chapter 3

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Fortnite Chapter 3 just came out and brought a lot of new stuff with it. Players will be able to plunge into the universe of Spiderman with new items and skins. But for comfortable gameplay, you need good settings and in this guide, we will tell you about the best settings for Fortnite Chapter 3.

Best Settings and Sensitivity

In the new season, you will surely be sliding a lot. Go to settings and set Slide Hold Time to 0.120 seconds. This is a perfect time, not too fast, not too long. In the new season, a new setting was added – Reticle Ammo Indicator. This setting allows you to quickly notice when your ammo is low. We recommend turning it on.

We also recommend putting a shotgun in your first slot and an assault rifle in your second. A new rifle with a scope has been added to the game and this is the most convenient setting for it.

Set Hud Scale to 75% so that you do not take up a lot of space on your screen. Also, turn off the vibration of the controller. Because of the vibration, your finger may slip and you will become less accurate.

There is a slight lag in the new season, so we recommend setting the Deadzone of both sticks to 8%. Also, turn on Foot Control and set Deadzone to 1%.

For the new season, we recommend setting ADS Look Speed ​​to 8% too. The Build Mode sensitivity is better at 2.0x, while the Edit Mode sensitivity is at 2.1x. Finally, set the Look Speed ​​to 45%.

These were the best settings for Fortnite Chapter 3.

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