10 Types of Fortnite Players!

Hey everyone!

Welcome to ten types of players in Fortnite. We’ve put together a list of some of the best, the most powerful, the most ridiculous and the most daring types of players in Fortnite. So, let’s get into this. 

The Twitchy Kid

These are the players who just can’t stay still for more than a second.  They are constantly jumping, chucking 180s and switching weapons, twitching and fidgeting their character from side to side, usually right up until the moment they die. They do have the advantage of being harder to hit, just because they will never sit still. But a great twitch guy will be able to combine their excessive restlessness with dead eye aim, twitch shooting hordes of enemies using skills honed in a recent call of duty title. The twitch guy can be a bit of a mixed bag to run into. He has the potential to be a pro with extremely accurate aim, but at the same time could just be some nervous noob attempting to release their daily frustrations into the online saturated world of Fortnite. If you’re going to go up against one of these guys, just make sure you too can get your twitch on, especially at close range. For a while now I’ve felt like taking on enemies at closer range is a bit of a dance, the better player emerging on top with their freestyle moves.

The Rich Kid

Ah yes! Those players you see running around in their fancy skins, dancing their fancy emotes, trying to show everyone just how cool they are, when in reality they’re the suckers that spent hundreds of dollars on cosmetics. It’s just too bad you can’t buy skill. I do have to admit though, when you’re playing with noob skins and see a squad of enemies in space suits or dressed like John Wick, it can be a little intimidating. But I see that as a challenge. From this moment forward I am making it my goal to become a pro Fortnite player with noob skins, not the other way around. Unless they add Star Wars skins. Then I’m sold.

The Daily Challenge Obsessor

Are you the type of player that logs into Fortnite each day excited to see what today’s daily challenge is? Do you go to those extra specific lengths just to try earn yourself that extra little bonus? Have you noticed maybe you’re obsessing a little too much over completing your daily challenges? Was it worth it? Of course it was! Just think about all the fun you had getting those few extra shotgun kills. The Daily Challenge Obsessor plays the game to achieve. They want that high distinction. They want to see that at the end of every session they’ve done everything they possibly could to earn as much XP as possible to level up their character to a level over 9000! 

Mr. 20 Seconds

Are you finding that almost every time you play Fortnite, you’re getting out matched, out skilled, out skinned, and and just can’t seem to make up any ground. Don’t worry! We’ve got a name for you! It’s not a solution, my advice would be, git gud! Mr. 20 seconds is the type of player who on average, only survives for a maximum of 20 seconds per match. They pick terrible drop zones, can rarely hit a shot, and unfortunately spend most of their time playing Fortnite in the menu and pre game lobby. They’re also the ones who seem to have glider and skydiving malfunctions on the way down. But hey, you know these guys are trying. If you’re this type of player, keep at it buddy, you’ll get to 30 seconds soon.

The Explosive Spammer

What’s your favourite movie? If you answered the Terminator, Commando, Predator, Rambo, Fast 4, Transporter, or any film starring any of these actor’s, chances are, you’re an explosive spammer. RPG’s, grenades, grenade launchers, and C4 are all the favourite loot items for this player. They’re the type of player who try to re-enact scenes from their favourite action movies, starring their favourite action heroes. To put it simply, they love explosions! And could potentially be borderline pyromaniacs, like Yoda in the Last Jedi. You remember when he lights the tree on fire and starts laughing like a maniac? Anyway, ya love explosions. You love the chaos. You love the destruction. Hey! I mean it’s pretty hard to kill an opponent who spams 43 rockets in your general direction!

The Sniper

I’m sure we’ve all felt the frustration of being at the mercy of that player sitting hundreds of metres away on top of a hill with a high powered scoped rifle in their grip. You remember all those times you didn’t even know there was another player anywhere near you? The sniper is happy to sit on a mountain and pick off enemies from astounding ranges. They spot you in their scopes, line you up in their crosshair, and then BANG! All your loot goes poof and starts floating around your dead player’s body, like tweety birds. Snipers are highly skilled, however can easily fall victim to the power of the storm, as they are often too busy looking down the scope of their rifle to pay any attention to the mini-map. That’s if they’re not smart enough to always keep one eye on their mini map, another eye on their screen, and another one aiming down their scopes. And yes that’s 3 eyes, kind of like Tien I guess, but then I never was all that good at Maths. Engrish though different story.

The Medic

I’m sure we’ve all felt the frustration of being at the mercy of that player sitting hundreds of metres away on top of a hill with a high powered scoped rifle in their grip. You remember all those times you didn’t even know there was another player anywhere near you? The sniper is happy to sit on a mountain and pick off enemies from astounding ranges. They spot you in their scopes, line you up in their crosshair, and then BANG! All your loot goes poof and starts floating around your dead player’s body, like tweety birds. Snipers are highly skilled, however can easily fall victim to the power of the storm, as they are often too busy looking down the scope of their rifle to pay any attention to the mini-map. That’s if they’re not smart enough to always keep one eye on their mini map, another eye on their screen, and another one aiming down their scopes. And yes that’s 3 eyes, kind of like Tien I guess, but then I never was all that good at Maths. Engrish though different story.

The Finisher

This player will do everything in his power to send his downed opponents back to the lobby – even if this involves sacrificing his own life. His favourite catch phrase goes a little something like *FINISH HIM!*. Downing an enemy is never enough for this guy. He needs the kill. He longs for that red ‘eliminated’ notification to pop up on the screen. Only then, will he hear the ever so sweet sound *FATALITY*. The finisher is ruthless. He will do whatever he needs to hunt down and destroy that enemy player now crawling for cover on their hands and knees. Even if it means putting his own squadmates in danger to snag the kill, the finisher won’t stop until he get’s his prey, or he dies in the process. Either way, there’s death involved.

The PUBG Guy

Huh alright. We’ve all heard it before. We know you think you’re a pro at PUBG, it’s a much more realistic game, it’s much harder to get good at, you have to be better, smarter, faster to play PUBG. PUBG really sounds like an amazing game! Really guys! But what I don’t understand is if PUBG is so great and you’re so good at it, then why the hell are you here in a Fortnite lobby complaining about it how much better PUBG is? Just go play PUBG! Seriously. It’s not like Fortnite players go play PUBG and talk about how great Fortnite is. But seriously when you look at it, look how wonderful and colourful this world is compared to this drab field. Wouldn’t you rather spend your days in a happy joyful wonderland killing enemies than in a drab, dark, shadowy, rainy wasteland killing enemies?

The Tilted Towers Toy Boy

There are only 3 types of players who land at Tilted Towers. Noobs, who don’t really know where they’re going, and get killed in the first 20 seconds. Strivers, who are decent at the game, and are trying to break into the Tilted Towers scene, and get killed in the first 20 seconds. And pros, who know how to play, know where to land, and know how to survive. This player goes to Tilter Towers EVERY. SINGLE. MATCH. They love Tilted Towers, because they have the confidence they can go on at least a 5 player kill streak in the first few crucial minutes. My advice, unless you really know your Fortnite, and I mean really know, don’t go to Tilted Towers. Snobby Shores offers similar accomodation at similar prices, and even has coastal views! Book now! And avoid the terror of the tilted towers.  

 

And bam! There’s your 10 players. Hope you enjoyed! And we’d like give a special thanks to our sponsor, Slurp juice, for sponsoring this post.

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