Practice makes a person, and this applies to Fortnite as well. Previously, if you wanted to get better at Fortnite, you had to play through a seemingly endless number of matches just to figure out the basic controls for building a shack, only to be eliminated a minute later by a pro-hunting for newbies. In such a hostile environment, it was virtually impossible to practise or get better at Fortnite.
Thanks to Fortnite's creative mode, you can drop in on a sandbox island to practice your aim and building skills. Nobody will take you down via a 360-no-scope in creative mode, it's a safe harbour away from the gun-slinging hostile island.
Today, we're looking at a few of the best Fortnite practice levels where you can drop to sharpen your skills and get better at Fortnite.
Can Dook's Quick Warm-Up Course
If you want a quick introduction to the basic building mechanics in Fortnite then Can Dook's Quick Warm-Up Course is where you should be dropping. It's a basic, rudimentary course centred around making your way through the map. Doing so introduces you to different types of building and editing mechanics in the game. There is a small section for aim practice here as well, but we won't recommend you to rely on completely though, it as there are better maps for aim practice.
Island Code: 6561-6398-2653
Teadoh’s Training Island v5
Teadoh’s training island is your one-stop solution for aimimg as well as editing practice. The island is built on an expansive map that features different terrains and allows you to practice unique building and shooting scenarios. There's also a dedicated two-player mode that allows you and a friend to practice together. The best part about Teadoh’s Training Island v5 is the fact that it is regularly updated. A new update lands approximately every four months, so you'll find up to date Fortnite content here.
Map code: 9243-7965-5788
Geerzy’s Combat Training Course
Geerzy’s Combat Training Course is a fun-packed practice level centred around aiming. There are a number of weapons to choose from and dozens of settings to be fiddled with. All of the targets on the map trigger aim assist. So if you’re on a console, this map is a must-try. The aim assist can be turned off if you like a bit of a challenge.
The only downside is the fact that enemy targets are not AI-controlled. They just move around on rails, so their movement pattern becomes repetitive, something you'll never encounter in a real game.
Map code: 3443-2839-6606
Teadoh’s Aim Course
Teadoh’s Aim Course is a huge aim map that aspires to simulate real-life scenarios that you will encounter in Fortnite. We're talking about AI-controlled bots that mimic the players you will encounter in the game. If that's not convincing enough, there are also zombies that will be useful to anyone looking to practice their shotgun shots while jumping around.
Map code: 9588-0826-4314
Shotgun Training: Flea
Finally, we've got a practice map that will help you sharpen your end-game skills. That's right, when the circle is shrinking and adrenaline is rising, the shotgun is the only weapon that can save you till the end. Flea's course is vast, yet intense and fast-paced. Flea, the creator of the level, claims it to be the best shotgun aim course, and I have to agree.
Map Code: 5531-1890-2291
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