Fortnite Season 4 set itself apart from the other Chapter 2 seasons as soon as it launched. Instead of Mythic versions of normal weapons and items, Epic added Superpowers that were completely unique to the Marvel season.
Of course, some abilities are more powerful than others. Ahead, we’re going to rank the Superpowers in Fortnite Season 4 from worst to best. Keep in mind that we’re not including Marvel Knockout exclusives that haven’t made it into the base game – such as Venom’s ability. Let’s get into it.
11. Groot’s Bramble Shield
Groot’s Bramble Shield is, in our opinion, the weakest Superpower in Fortnite. It was among the first Mythic abilities added to the game and was immediately one of the weaker offerings. The ability is similar to The Baller from the first Fortnite Chapter but it’s arguably even weaker, as it doesn’t offer as much mobility nor does it reliably break structures.
There are a few uses for Groot’s Bramble Shield – namely, healing and preventing fall damage. The problem is that other hero abilities offer similar functionalities with added features.
The most unique use for the Bramble Shield relates to a bug that shoots opponents into the storm when a player uses it next to an enemy. This isn’t intended, however, so we’re not factoring it into the equation.
10. Doctor Doom’s Arcane Gauntlets
Doom’s Arcane Gauntlets was another original superpower in Fortnite, which was quickly outshined by Iron Man’s Gauntlets. Both Superpowers have the same function in shooting and preventing fall damage, but most players would prefer to use Iron Man’s Repulsors if they had to choose one.
The benefit of Doom’s Gauntlets is that they deal more damage than Iron Man’s, but this isn’t worth the slower fire rate, slower projectile rate, and lack of tracking. These will usually get left behind in Solo and Duo modes.
9. Iron Man’s Repulsor Gauntlets
It should come as no surprise to see Iron Man’s…