Kevin “Letshe” Fedjuschkin is a professional Fortnite player from Germany.
Like most controller players, Letshe was introduced to the game on console. He kept up with mouse and keyboard players while competing in small online tournaments, however, which led him to invest in a gaming PC so he could finally get on the highest stage of Fortnite.
Letshe placed 32nd at the 2019 Fortnite World Cup. After his accomplishment, his popularity rose drastically and he started averaging above 4,000 viewers every time he streamed on Twitch. His calm and collected personality allows him to especially shine in high-pressure moments, where most Fortnite players fail to deliver due to stress.
It feels like he has gone through every possible scenario that can happen in a match, and he’s always prepared for what’s about to happen. This can be achieved through training regularly. Being comfortable with your settings will be vital while developing muscle memory.
Considering most professional players spend hours optimizing their settings, it can be a good idea to use Letshe’s settings as an inspiration for your own.
Letshe’s general controller settings
Most sensitivity settings are based on personal preferences. Though your settings will vary based on your setup, veteran players usually prefer keeping their sensitivities high due to how chaotic Fortnite can get. In the heat of the moment, you won’t have time to adjust your aim carefully and you’ll need to cover a lot more ground.
Regardless of your sensitivity setting, keeping your deadzone levels on the lower end of the spectrum will give you the best advantage by adjusting how sensitive your movement sticks will be. Turning them up will increase how much you’ll need to move them to initiate new movement commands, which can be a drawback. Setting them too low can also cause a drifting issue, meaning you should find the perfect balance between five and 10 percent.
You’ll also want to keep your Aim Assist Strength at 100…