Fortnite’s in-game settings offer customization options ranging from adjusting the game’s texture quality to changing its color scheme. These settings allow players to find the perfect mix that will enable them to spot enemies better while ensuring stable frames-per-second (FPS) and satisfying visual clarity.
Taking advantage of most in-game settings requires powerful hardware, but it would certainly be impossible to have the upper hand in a build fight without a decent monitor. Not only do gaming monitors come with low response rates, but they also come with their own set of customization settings that allows gamers to adjust colors, brightness, and contrast.
If used well, monitor options can help you even further while spotting enemies and loot. Though there isn’t a particular set of settings that is considered best and works for everyone, there are a couple of rules of thumb that most new gaming monitor owners tend to miss.
Here are the best monitor settings for Fortnite.
Bend the brightness to your will
Monitors usually have satisfying levels of brightness when they’re freshly out of the box. Normal levels can end up being not enough when it gets dark in Fortnite, however. If setting the in-game brightness level to its maximum value (150 percent) doesn’t help you at all, then increasing your monitor’s brightness level is your next best bet.
Take a look at your monitor’s user manual to locate where you can adjust the brightness in your monitor’s console. You can also further tinker your overall brightness levels via your graphics card’s Control Panel and even test out different Digital Vibrance percentages.
Load into a lobby and try out different brightness settings to identify what gives you the best advantage.
Having a higher than average brightness level effectively makes it easier to spot enemies and loot. Keep in mind that your room’s lighting also plays an important role here, and excessive monitor brightness can also cause eye-strain…