7 Most Common Mistakes YOU Make in OG Fortnite! (Fortnite Tips & Tricks)

7 Most Common Mistakes YOU Make in OG Fortnite! (Fortnite Tips & Tricks)

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Welcome back to another OG Fortnite Tips and Tricks video. In today’s video, I covered 5 mistakes that players commonly make in Fortnite OG; these tips relate to all areas including mechanics like building, editing, and aim, Fortnite practice routines and practice methods, and more. These 7 mistakes in Fortnite are some of the most common errors players make, but the good news is that by fixing them, you can improve fast in Fortnite and become a better player in Fortnite OG fast. For each mistake in Fortnite I showed, I also showed you how to fix it, and how to improve as a result. If you fix each of the mistakes I covered, your improvement will skyrocket in Fortnite. Enjoy the video!

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Tyler Jenkins
Tyler Jenkins

I'm Tyler Jenkins, a dedicated Fortnite gamer. I started playing when it launched in 2017 and have logged hundreds of hours unlocking skins and items. My favorite mode is Squads where my friends and I build fortress bases and ambush enemies. I run and own FantasyRealmz.com, a Fortnite fansite. Though I enjoy activities like working out and coding, at the end of the day you can find me battling for Victory Royales in Fortnite with my squadmates. Let's game!


  1. Mistake 1: Landing Too Aggressively

    Mistake: Landing at highly contested areas off the bus and getting overwhelmed without enough healing.
    Solution: Land at quieter Points of Interest (POIs) and gradually move towards the action, ensuring you're well-equipped and ready to fight.

    Mistake 2: Handling Pressure Poorly

    Mistake: When under pressure, players struggle to heal or counter their opponents effectively.
    Solution: Use hard materials like brick or metal to build defensive structures, create distance, and allow yourself time to heal or return fire.

    Mistake 3: Making Wide-Open Edits

    Mistake: Making edits that expose yourself to opponents, making you an easy target.
    Solution: Instead of wide edits, use edits that provide cover and allow you to control your right-hand peek during engagements, like the top-right corner edit.

    Mistake 4: Not Learning New Techniques

    Mistake: Failing to keep up with evolving building and editing techniques.
    Solution: Dedicate time to learn and practice new building and editing techniques, either through tutorials, creative maps, or watching professional players.

    Mistake 5: Not Identifying Weaknesses

    Mistake: Neglecting to pinpoint and address personal weaknesses in gameplay.
    Solution: Review your gameplay, identify weaknesses (e.g., aim, edits, rotations), and tailor your practice to improve those specific aspects.

    Mistake 6: Practicing Against Low-Skill Players

    Mistake: Frequently practicing against players below your skill level, limiting your growth.
    Solution: Challenge yourself by practicing against players at or above your skill level, whether in creative, ranked matches, or tournaments.

    Mistake 7: Inconsistent Practice Routines

    Mistake: Inconsistent or irregular practice routines that hinder overall improvement.
    Solution: Establish consistent and reasonable practice standards, making sure to stick to them whenever you play, which will lead to steady progress over time.

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