Daniel “Innocents” Rebero is a content creator and professional Fortnite player from North America.
Innocents has a long history of gaming. He originally played tactical shooters like Call of Duty 4 and Halo 2 before Fortnite’s release in 2017, and his experience definitely helped him pick up the ropes faster than his competition.
Though Innocents failed to qualify for the Fortnite World Cup, he frequently plays in Cash Cups, FNCS, and many other online events. His tournament appearances netted him a total of $21,258 so far, according to esports earnings. Innocents also streams on Twitch and has over 472,000 followers on the platform.
If you’re looking to become a more efficient controller player then trying out Innocents’ settings can be a great starting point, since he’s one of the more consistent controller players in Fortnite.
Here are Innocents’ Fortnite settings.
Innocents’ video settings
Innocents prioritizes having higher frames-per-second (FPS) by setting almost everything graphics-related to their minimum values. This also allows Innocents to have more stable frames, which is crucial for crowded box fights.
He makes an exception for View Distance, however. Setting it to Epic allows him to spot loot and llamas better from a distance. This usually helps professional players in tournaments where they tend to be quite selective of their landing spots.
- Window Mode: Fullscreen
- Display Resolution: 1920×1080
- Frame Rate Limit: 240 FPS
- User Interface Contrast: 1x
- 3D Resolution: 100 percent
- View Distance: Epic
- Shadows: Off
- Anti-Aliasing: Off
- Textures: Low
- Effects: Low
- Post Processing: Low
- V-Sync: Off
- Motion Blur: Off
- Show FPS: On
- Allow Multithreaded Rendering: On
- HUD Scale: 80 percent
- Brightness: 80 percent
- Color Blind Mode: Deuteranope 5
Innocents’ general settings
Innocents, originally a keyboard-and-mouse player, switched over to playing on a controller. The switch must have been better for him since he was playing…