Ninja’s Last Fortnite Settings – Keybinds, Mouse and Graphics

If you want to game like one of the most popular game streamers in the world, you’ll probably need a few tips from the pros. But pro tips aside, first thing’s first – you’re going to need to properly set up your keyboard and mouse. In this article we’re going to focus on Ninja’s keybinds and mouse settings for Fortnite.

Richard Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is using very specific settings and keybinds to crush his opponents in Fortnite. Maybe these tips will help you to do the same! But before we head into the details, 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 currently 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 and one that’s perfect for portable gaming.

Ninja Keyboard and Mouse Settings

Game Settings Input
Mouse Sensitivity X 8%
Mouse Sensitivity Y 7%
Mouse Targeting Sensitivity 27%
Mouse Scope Sensitivity 30%
Mouse DPI 800
Polling rate 500 Hz

Ninja Fortnite Keybinds

Action Input
Use E
Jump Space Bar
Reload/Rotate R
Sprint Default
Crouch C
Repair/Upgrade G
Harvesting Tool 1
Weapon Slot 1 2
Weapon Slot 2 3
Weapon Slot 3 4
Weapon Slot 4 Z
Weapon Slot 5 X
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
Trap 5
Edit on Release Off
Building Edit F
Building Reset Right Click
Inventory Tab
Map M
Emote Key B
Auto Run Mouse Wheel Button
Push to Talk Left Ctrl

Ninja’s Graphics and Video Settings

Video Settings Input
Window Mode Fullscreen
Resolution 1920×1080 16:9
Frame rate limit 240 FPS
Brightness 120%
User Interface Contrast 1x
Color Blind Mode Off
Color Blind Strength 0
3D Resolution 100%
View Distance Medium
Shadows Off
Anti-Aliasing Off
Textures Low
Effects Low
Post Processing Low
Vsync Off
Motion Blur Off
Show FPS On
Multithreaded Rendering On
HUD Scale 100%

Aside from the Ducky One 2 Mini and the Finalmouse Air58, Ninja is using high-end headsets – Beyerdynamic DT 990 PRO Studio Headphones. If this headset is a little out of your price range, there are other great alternatives such as Sennheiser or Logitech gaming headsets, which will do the trick.

As for his monitor, Ninja uses Alienware AW2518, which has 240Hz native refresh rate, and is perfect for no input lag and smooth gameplay. If you’re up for a fun fact, Ninja was actually sponsored to use this monitor, but ended up liking it so much that he continued to use it even after the sponsorship stream. If you’re in the market for a monitor, you could look for cheaper options that offer high refresh rates, but keep in mind, if your PC can run at 144+ FPS, it will need over 144hz.

Now that you’ve familiarized yourself with some of the tips and tricks from the best of the best, you’re ready to get back into slaying your opponents in Fortnite with your freshly configured set up! And if you’re curious, don’t forget to check out the rarest skins in fortnite!

About James Sterling

James Sterling received both his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Southern California (USC). His Bachelor of Science was completed in Computer Science (Games) and his Master of Science was completed in Game Development. James spends his free time contributing on popular forums such as Tom's Hardware and AnandTech while hanging out with his cat Jonathan. Humorously, his favorite youtube channel is Jimquisition by Jim Sterling.

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