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Fortnite • May 16, 2018

Seven Useful Tips to Help You Win Fortnite Battle Royale Games Against Squads

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Popular Fortnite YouTuber and Streamer MonsterDface has compiled some of his best tips for players to help them improve and get their first Victory Royale in Solo vs. Squads games.

Fortnite Battle Royale is one of the biggest and most popular games on in history but if you’re a newer player you’ll have a lot of catching up to do!

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That’s where MonsterDface comes in. The Fortnite YouTuber has seen exponential growth in recent months as his informative tips and tricks videos help thousands of players to improve on a daily basis.

But once you get good enough to win the average solo or squad match on a regular basis, you might decide to take on one of the most popular challenges for streamers and content creators: Solo vs. Squads.

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As the name would suggest, Solo vs. Squads matches involve players going into a squad game on their own and trying to win in what is essentially the most difficult form of Fortnite Battle Royale currently available.

Players like MonsterDface or Ninja can often make this look achievable but for most mere mortals it really isn’t. However, MonsterDface has now released a video sharing his seven biggest tips on how you can finally complete the challenge.

The talented player focuses on everything from playing off of the right dominant camera angle to staying patient when in an unfavourable situation.

He also talks about playing offensively whenever possible, saying that being aggressive is often the best way to be successful in solo vs. squad matches even when you have low health.

The tips are accompanied with a gameplay video of MonsterDface playing in a game where his teammates died early (effectively making it a solo vs, squads game) so you can see everything in action as he describes it.

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