Fortnite Pro Settings and Gear List


Fortnite has taken the gaming world by storm. It’s been the top viewed and played gaming title for the past months and it doesn’t really look like it’s slowing down either, so naturally we’re here to give you our list of the best Fortnite settings and gear. Fortnite provides the player with quick and exciting matches in a rather cartoony setting but do not let the apparent casual factor of the game fool you – this game is incredibly competitive. Your Fortnite sensitivity for example is an incredibly important aspect you should constantly tweak in order to make yourself the best player you can possibly be.

Are you looking for the Fortnite settings of your favorite pros like Ninja, Myth, shroud, summit1g, or HighDistortion? We’ve got you coverered. With the game getting more and more popular we decided to unleash our Fortnite settings fanatics and assemble a list of the best gear you can get. Check our list on how to tune your ingame Fortnite settings so that you can play like the pros and get those sweet ‘victory royale’ messages. With this you can make your Fortnite sensitivity, resolution, or mouse dpi fit your play style perfectly. Read on to get a nice baseline of what the pros use for their Fortnite settings and gear so that next time when you jump on the Battle Bus you know you will be the last one standing. Alternatively you can also check out our Fortnite settings guide where we have analysed the data from the list down below.

As always you can give us a shout on Twitter or in the comments if you have any corrections or additions to this list. This list is a work in progress and players change their gear all the time, but we always do our best to keep it up to date and display the correct info at all times. Thank you for reading!



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1,954 Comments on “Fortnite Pro Settings and Gear List”

  1. Ryux:
    Res: 1444×1080
    hz: 144
    monitor: Acer GN246HLB – Monitor LED de 24″ (1920 x 1080, 144 Hz, 1 ms, DVI, HDMI

  2. Issa’s new sens is: x 750 / y 730 ADS and Scope both 0.350 and his buildingsens is 1.791. He also got a new res: 1280×1080

    source is his stream command !sens and !res

  3. you should add howl (:
    sens x :0.145
    sens y :0.145
    targeting and scope: 1.000
    dpi: 800
    keybinds:
    wall: Q
    floor: Z
    stairs: C
    roof: X
    traps or whatever: T
    res: 1079×1080

    1. Maybe we will add the players you listed to the list in the future. Thank you for the suggestion. 🙂

  4. Please add Pekanboy’s Settings

    -> Streamer
    Sens X :0.11
    Sens Y :0.10
    Targeting and scope: 0.55
    Dpi: 800
    Keybinds:
    Wall: Mouse 5
    Floor: T
    Stairs: Mouse 4
    Roof: TAB
    Traps: 5
    Res: 1598×1080

    Equips:

    Monitor: 144Hz AOC Game Hero
    Mousepad: Hyperx Pro Extended
    Mouse: Logitech G305 Wireless
    Keyboard: HyperX Alloy FPS Pro
    Headset: HyperX Cloud Alpha

    1. Unfortunately we don’t have enough information about Sway’s settings & gear yet. Hopefully we can add him in the future. 🙂

    1. Unfortunately we don’t have enough information on Salty’s Fortnite settings yet. Hopefully we can add him to the list in the future. 🙂

  5. why they do not put the innocents, jacobbb, sway players who are being very good in controller one is even in faze clan.

    1. Unfortunately we don’t have enough information on the settings & gear of these players yet. Hopefully we can add them in the future. 🙂

  6. hey can could you list CPU on the list ?

    Would be nice to see how many people are using AMD or Intel or whatnot 🙂

  7. Basically every single pro is back on 1920 x 1080 cause of fortnites new anti stretched rule. 🙁

    1. Thank you for this information. All players that change their resolution due to the new rule will be changed. 🙂

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