How to play Fortnite Chapter 2 Tips and strategies for new players?

Epic Games, the creator and publisher of فورتنايت, isn’t exactly a huge fan of Google Play, but today, April 21, it announced that Fortnite would now be available to download and play on the Google Play Store. You know what that means: Brand new Fortnite players. If you’re one of them and you’re looking for tips on how to get started, this is a good place to start.
Rules of the game
Before your first match, let’s go over how the game works. Fortnite, as well as games like PUBG and Apex Legends, is known as a battle royale game because it shares the same basic idea as the Japanese manga and movie “Battle Royale”: everyone fights until only one person is left standing.

Each Fortnite battle royale match has 100 competitors who are either playing solo, with a partner (known as duos) or as part of a four-person squad. Everyone has 100 health points that can be replenished with healing items found on the island. You can acquire 100 points in shields via potions and other consumables. Players who hit zero health points are eliminated, and the person or team that survives until the end of the match wins the Victory Royale.

Ready to drop
After selecting a character and mode — singles, duos or teams — players start each match at Spawn Island while Epic’s system puts together 100 combatants. On this island, you can run around, do some dancing, harvest some items or just wait around, but whatever you do or gather here won’t carry over into the match. When ready, all players are transported to the Battle Bus, a flying blue school bus that carries players to the island where actual gameplay happens.

The Battle Bus takes a different path across the island at the start of every match. You can decide when to jump off, or you’ll be forced off once the bus has completed its trip across the map. After a short period of skydiving, everyone lands on the island. Once you’re on the ground you’ll need to acquire weapons, items and materials to outlast the other competitors.

But other players aren’t the only thing to worry about. After five minutes, a storm begins to close in on the island. Those caught in the storm will be dealt damage each second. As the match goes on, the storm circle shrinks and deals more damage, making it important to avoid it as much as possible.

If you’re eliminated, you can watch the rest of the match or head back to the lobby to start another game. If you outlast everyone else, you win the Victory Royale.

Learning how to pew pew
There are three control schemes available in Fortnite: video game controllers, touch controls on mobile devices, and mouse and keyboard. Of the three schemes, mouse and keyboard is generally considered the best option because a mouse offers better accuracy when shooting. There’s also the option to use keybinds, which let you customize the function of a button on the keyboard or mouse. For example, the default key to shoot is the left mouse button, but some players change that button to build a wall instead. Spending time figuring out the ideal keybinds can save precious time during a match.

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