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Letshe’s Fortnite settings and keybinds

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Kevin “Letshe” Fedjuschkin is a professional Fortnite player from Germany.

Like most controller players, Letshe was introduced to the game on console. He kept up with mouse and keyboard players while competing in small online tournaments, however, which led him to invest in a gaming PC so he could finally get on the highest stage of Fortnite.

Letshe placed 32nd at the 2019 Fortnite World Cup. After his accomplishment, his popularity rose drastically and he started averaging above 4,000 viewers every time he streamed on Twitch. His calm and collected personality allows him to especially shine in high-pressure moments, where most Fortnite players fail to deliver due to stress.

It feels like he has gone through every possible scenario that can happen in a match, and he’s always prepared for what’s about to happen. This can be achieved through training regularly. Being comfortable with your settings will be vital while developing muscle memory.

Considering most professional players spend hours optimizing their settings, it can be a good idea to use Letshe’s settings as an inspiration for your own.

Letshe’s general controller settings

Most sensitivity settings are based on personal preferences. Though your settings will vary based on your setup, veteran players usually prefer keeping their sensitivities high due to how chaotic Fortnite can get. In the heat of the moment, you won’t have time to adjust your aim carefully and you’ll need to cover a lot more ground.

Regardless of your sensitivity setting, keeping your deadzone levels on the lower end of the spectrum will give you the best advantage by adjusting how sensitive your movement sticks will be. Turning them up will increase how much you’ll need to move them to initiate new movement commands, which can be a drawback. Setting them too low can also cause a drifting issue, meaning you should find the perfect balance between five and 10 percent.

You’ll also want to keep your Aim Assist Strength at 100 percent at all times since it’s the deadliest weapon of any controller player. Learning how to abuse it will allow you to be one step ahead of others in your lobby.

Build Mode Sensitivity1.6xEdit Mode Sensitivity1.6x
Input CurveExponentialConfirm Edit on ReleaseOff
Look H. Speed52 percentLook V. Speed56 percent
Turn H. BoostZero percentTurn V. BoostZero percent
ADS Look H. SpeedNine percentADS Look V. SpeedNine percent
ADS Turn H. BoostZero percentADS Turn V. BoostZero percent
Turn Boost TimeZeroADS Turn Boost Time0.00
Instant BoostOffDampening Time0.00
Edit Hold Time0.250Move Stick Deadzone10 percent
Look Stick DeadzoneSix percentAim Assist Strength100 percent
Sprint By DefaultOn

Letshe’s controller combat settings

Builder Pro is generally assumed as the best controller layout. It increases controller players’ overall building speed, letting them go head-to-head with mouse and keyboard players.

Letshe’s layout is also a Builder Pro variation that includes his own customizations. Even if you don’t find his layout controller, you should try sticking to Builder Pro in the long run and adapt your building with it.

LTAim Down SightsLBPrevious Weapon
RTAttack / ConfirmRBNext Weapon
D-Pad UpEditD-Pad LeftToggle Pickaxe
D-Pad RightPlace MarkerD-Pad DownEmote
YCrouchXReload / Interact
BSwitch ModeA (Paddle)Jump
L3Sprint / Auto SprintR3Crouch / Repair
View ButtonMapMenu ButtonGame Menu

Letshe’s controller building settings

LTStair PieceLBRoof Piece
RTWall PieceRBFloor Piece
D-Pad UpEditD-Pad LeftToggle Pickaxe
D-Pad RightChange Mats / TrapD-Pad DownEmote / Replay
YCrouchXTrap / Interact
BSwitch ModeAJump
L3InventoryR3Rotate / Repair / Trap
View ButtonMapMenu ButtonGame Menu

Letshe’s controller editing settings

D-Pad UpUnboundD-Pad LeftToggle Pickaxe
D-Pad RightSquad CommsD-Pad DownEmote / Replay
View ButtonMapMenu ButtonGame Menu

Letshe’s video settings

The overall customization options are fairly limited on consoles. PC players have more freedom when it comes to adjusting how their game looks, and professional players use this freedom to gain more frames.

Higher frame rates allow players to use their monitors with 144Hz and above refresh rates to their full potential. Letshe turns everything down in terms of graphics and stretches his resolution by setting it to “1798 x 1080.”

A stretched resolution also enlarges the in-game models, making them easier to shoot and track. While your game may look slightly worse, the competitive advantage will be well worth the trade-off.

Display ModeFullscreenResolution 1798×1080
Frame Rate LimitUnlimitedBrightness100 percent
Quality PresetsCustom3D Resolution100 Percent
Interface Contrast1xColor Blind ModeOff
Color Blind StrengthOffView DistanceNear
Post ProcessingLowV-SyncOff
Motion BlurOffAllow Multithreaded RenderingOn

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