Battle royales share a core game mechanic when it comes to surviving. Lasting in Fortnite can be quite trickier than other battle royale titles, however, since there’s a handful of mechanics you need to master.
Building is a core part of Fortnite, and sooner or later, you’ll need to build your own fort to rise up to the challenge. Picking up and sharpening these mechanics will be faster through practice, but you’ll need nerves made of steel.
As easy as improving in Fortnite may look, patience will play a huge factor since it’s hardly unlikely for anyone to become a World Championship-caliber player overnight. One of the best ways to work on your patience is playing Deathrun maps.
These custom maps feature impossible obstacle courses that require your utmost attention. Patiently making your way through the following maps will be proof that you’re un-tiltable, which is key to grinding hours of Fortnite to rank up.
Deathrun maps are also an excellent way to practice your movement skills. In a good chunk of Fortnite matches, you’ll find yourself in complicated build fights. The longer a build fight goes on, the harder it will be to find your opponent, and terrain will basically turn into an obstacle course. While it’s impossible for a build fight to have as many traps as a Deathrun map, it’s never a bad idea to get used to the spikes.
Here are the best Deathrun map codes in Fortnite that make you feel like you’re in an episode of Ninja Warrior.
Map code: 7024-4001-0960
Most Deathrun maps overdo the traps and make you run on top of a minefield. While it’s good to know what you’ll be going through with a misstep, it may distract you from the real experience.
Relativity Deathrun is more like a maze and features an ever-changing map. With each obstacle you go through, the rest of the map will slightly change to hinder your plans. It’s more like a Rubik’s Cube inside Fortnite. You’ll also have an option to turn off the colors on…