Ninja Fortnite Settings – Keyboard and Mouse 2020

If you want to play games like one of the most popular game streamers in the world, you’ll probably need a few tips from the pros. Aside from getting tips in the game, setting up your keyboard and mouse are also essential. So we’re looking at Ninja’s keyboard and mouse settings for Fortnite.

Richard Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is using these settings and keybinds to crush his opponents in Fortnite. Maybe these tips will help you do the same! But before we head into the every detail, let’s take a look at Ninja’s gear.

Ninja’s Keyboard and Mouse

Ninja is using his exclusive gaming mouse called FinalMouse Air58, which are now sold out. They weigh only 58g and are designed to feel very light in your hand. Previously, he used G502

Fortunately for gamers, the keyboard is more accessible. Ninja is using The Ducky One 2 Mini, a keyboard with 61 keys that is perfect for portable gaming.

Ninja Keyboard and Mouse Settings

Game SettingsInput
Mouse Sensitivity X8%
Mouse Sensitivity Y7%
Mouse Targeting Sensitivity27%
Mouse Scope Sensitivity30%
Mouse DPI800
Polling rate500 Hz

Ninja Fortnite Keybinds

JumpSpace Bar
Harvesting Tool1
Weapon Slot 12
Weapon Slot 23
Weapon Slot 34
Weapon Slot 4Z
Weapon Slot 5X
Building Slot 1 (Wall)Mouse Button 4
Building Slot 2 (Floor)Q
Building Slot 3 (Stairs)Mouse Button 5
Building Slot 4 (Roof)Left Shift
Edit on ReleaseOff
Building EditF
Building ResetRight Click
Emote KeyB
Auto RunMouse Wheel Button
Push to TalkLeft Ctrl

Other Game Settings in Fortnite that Ninja uses are:

Video SettingsInput
Window ModeFullscreen
Resolution1920×1080 16:9
Frame rate limit240 FPS
User Interface Contrast1x
Color Blind ModeOff
Color Blind Strength0
3D Resolution100%
View DistanceMedium
Post ProcessingLow
Motion BlurOff
Show FPSOn
Multithreaded RenderingOn
HUD Scale100%

Aside from the Ducky One 2 Mini and the Finalmouse Air58, Ninja is using high-end headsets – Beyerdynamic DT 990 PRO Studio Headphones. Other great alternatives would be Sennheiser or Logitech gaming headsets.

Ninja’s gaming monitor is Alienware AW2518, which has 240Hz native refresh rate, perfect for no input lag and smooth gameplay. Actually, Ninja was first sponsored to use this monitor, but he liked it so much that he continued to use it after the sponsorship stream. You could look for cheaper options that offer high refresh rates – if your PC can run at 144+ FPS, it will need over 144hz.

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