Fortnite – How to Edit Faster

Fortnite - How to Edit Faster
Fortnite - How to Edit Faster

Fortnite requires you to build fast, but editing is another skill you need to learn to take your gameplay to the next level. Editing your builds instantly can create opportunities that can lead you into advantageous positions in battle. It will take some time to master editing, but the tricks we’ll show you will reduce it.

Before we start, keep in mind that most of it will depend on your muscle memory, so the more you practice, the smoother and quicker your edits will become. In addition, try to have good crosshair placement and aim at the exact tile you want to edit to reduce time wastage on micro-adjusting.

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How to Edit Faster in Fortnite

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There are all kinds of things you can do to edit faster in Fortnite, such as:

1. Optimize your settings

Some options in Fortnite can help you edit faster, for example:

  • Confirm Edit on Release: This setting lets you confirm your edits by simply releasing the button instead of pressing it twice, which can shave off essential time in fights.
  • Enable Turbo Building: This option helps you place structures quickly and lets you edit faster. By enabling the mode, you’ll be faster at building and editing.
  • Keybinds: Try different keybinds for editing and building. Make sure that the keys you set for editing are easily accessible so you can quickly and comfortably press them.

2. Practice basic edit drills:

Go into an empty creative server and start doing drills to speed up your editing. You can start by editing a single wall tile, replacing a floor tile with a ramp, and editing a wall into a window. Once you’re comfortable enough, start using these edits in your building routines. For example, edit a wall into a small window when creating a box, or try to edit a floor tile into a ramp while pushing an enemy.

3. Crosshair Placement

Crosshair placement doesn’t seem like much, but it’s essential for improving editing. With KBM, you can easily move the camera all over the place, but if you’re using a controller, then the only thing you can rely on is aim assist. If you’re on a controller, use the aim assist at its fullest potential so that your in-game crosshair goes toward the tiles you want to edit.

4. Use Creative Mode:

As we mentioned earlier, Creative mode is a valuable resource for your training since it is a place where you can sharpen your editing skills without the pressure of fighting opponents. You can also check out edit courses made by people that they’ve designed for edit training.

Creative Maps in Fortnite that Can Help with Editing

Here’s a list of editing maps you can use.

  • AIM, EDIT, PIECE CONTROL – 5112-1759-8096
  • 10 in 1 Edit Course – 3682-8686-2819
  • 1v1 Edit Race – 9124-5509-6523
  • Edit & Aim Course – 8655-4007-7726
  • Flea’s Editing Dictionary – 7301-0487-6832

You can also go into a box fight map to work on box fighting strategies. If you’re good at editing, you’ll have an advantage in Box Fights.

  • Pandvil Box Fight(1v1) – 0153-8328-7526
  • Box PVP – 2515-6266-7600

And that’s all you need to know! Remember, it takes time to master editing in Fortnite, so you must consistently practice. By optimizing your settings, training yourself, and using Creative Mode resources, you can improve your editing speed and accuracy tenfold! Try to practice for about an hour daily, and soon, those annoying edits you couldn’t get the hang of will become second nature, thanks to your new muscle memory.

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