An Inside Look at Tyler "Ninja" Blevins Fortnite Setup and In Game Settings
Ninja is the most popular Fortnite streamer around so if you're trying to figure out what settings you should use in game, his are probably a good place to start. Here's a full run down of how Ninja has adjusted his Fortnite setup.
We've also included a guide to Ninja's gear he uses. Copying his settings will help if you aren't sure what kind of setup Fortnite Pros use, but the biggest thing you can do to copy Ninja's playstyle and success is to get good gear. Having the right keyboard, mouse and mousepad will make a much bigger impact than just copying settings.
Ninja's Fortnite Gear Setup
This is a quick run down of Ninja's gaming setup. All of this depends on you having a good gaming computer as well. You might have to turn down settings or choose a lower resolution monitor if your graphics card cant' keep up so consider that before getting the same monitor!
The mouse/keyboard/mouse pad will work with any PC though and are huge steps up from a normal mouse and keyboard. If you're not sure what to upgrade, the mouse and mouse pad are good places to start.
Ninja's Fortnite Video Settings
Ninja's Fortnite Gameplay Settings
Ninja's Fortnite Keybinds
Why These Settings?
Ninja's choice of settings is pretty common. Like most players he has a really nice gaming computer so he can crank up the view distance and details to the Epic settings. He turns off some settings like Motion Blur which can make it hard to tell what's happening during a battle.
Ninja's settings are optimized for high performance FPS plays. Since he comes from a competitive FPS background it's not surprising that he has tweaked his settings to implement this same playstyle in Fortnite.
If you'd like to copy Ninja's settings we'd recommend keeping them the same unless your graphics card can't handle it. If you're having trouble staying at a consistent 60 FPS (make sure you have 'Show FPS' set to enabled!), then try turning some of the settings down from Epic to High or Medium until you can get a solid framerate.