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Cordova, TN; January 14, in the year of our Lord 2019--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is sharing with you the Top Ten Fortnite Solo Tips we have learned.

10. Avoid open plains whenever possible. If you must go through one move around unpredictably (like jumping and then crouching).

9. Use a headset to hear everything like vehicles, and footsteps nearby.

8. Avoid using vehicles since they are loud and draw attention to your location.

7. Don’t be afraid to hide. Especially before you are learning how to play.

6. Organize your inventory to know what you have and where. Swapping between guns needs to be seamless.

5. Practice shooting and targeting. You will need to get good at this to eliminate other players.

4. Practice building in Playground or Creative. You want to be fast at this to get high ground and for protection.

3. Stay away from cities until you are really good. They are death zones. Like the beginning circle in the Hunger Games. Look at the map before leaving the Battle Bus and find a location as far away from the other players to start looting.

2. Pick and choose your battles wisely. The goal is to become the last man standing. Fighting everyone you come across increases your chances of dying.

1. Stay in the safe zone as much as possible. That storm eye will damage you badly (especially later in a match).

These the tips we have for you on Fortnite. There are plenty of other things like build up to locations, over mountains, and more. Look for chests in the attics of a lot of houses. Learn the map and find good places to hide (Bushes, shacks, mine, behind doors and more). Also learn to look for traps before you enter a building. Practice building in Playground.

I hope you have a wonderful rest of your day.

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming

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