It's not always easy, but you can get it done. Over the course of my three season long Fortnite career, my kill to death ratio (K/D) and win percentage has been on an incline from the end of March to now (August). This is not so much a step-by-step guide on what exactly you need to do but thoughts from my own personal development playing Fortnite for the past four months.
I still am consistently running into gamers who over the course of their Fortnite career continue to play and are not improving. They plateau and are not getting better game after game, day after day. Statistics are true facts and should be used to track skill level increase. It's important to check and be aware of your performance. Fortnite Tracker is the main website I use to track my stats.
It takes a lot of energy but all that extra effort you put into the simple things will pay off in the long run. Take a look at my statistics from season three, four and the most up to date numbers for my season five:
As you can tell, the number of matches significantly increased from season three to four. I am on track to having an excellent season five, but due to the season just starting, my stats are very low.
I have learned a few things that made me a better Fortnite player day after day and this is what I would like to share with you.
Smart Choices + Consistency + Time = RADICAL DIFFERENCE
ACTING or NOT ACTING is a decision you shouldn’t take lightly.
Honing your skills one day at a time, taking the time to practice your building in Playground mode, watching your favorite Fortnite streamers focusing on how they play, target practice in the pre-game lobby instead of harvesting materials, dropping in highly populated areas to feel more comfortable in high stress situations.
Investing in your Fortnite personal development even if it’s just a 15-30 minutes everyday, pays in the long-term.
The first and most important step of getting better is to BE AWARE OF YOUR CHOICES.
Stay tuned for more blog posts in the future with helpful Fortnite tips, tricks, and strategies.