Fortnite: Battle Royale has lots of weapons. New players may take a long time to get to know them all and choose which categories and specific weapons they like the most, depending on their playstyle.
In Fortnite, just like in several game with guns, players generally choose their go-to weapons after some time in a way that fits their gameplan the best. Some like to hold the trigger and aim precisely with an assault rifle to melt their opponents with several shots, and some prefer a good, powerful sniper rifle shot from afar that will eliminate an opponent in a single perfectly-aimed shot.
Fortnite has all of this. How fast your weapon shoots is important, and generally this is a stat that’s also tied to the weapons damage, number of shots per clip, reload time, and sometimes even damage to structures.
These stats are all related to one another. A weapon that has a high fire rate will probably deal less damage per shot, and a weapon that kills in a single shot is likely to have a single bullet in its clip with a long reload time.
Taking that into consideration when defining your loadout for Fortnite matches is important. That’s why we built a table with detailed stats for all Fortnite weapons available in default playlists. Vaulted weapons aren’t listed.
In the images below, you’ll find the damage every weapon deals per shot, how many bullets each of them fire per second, how many bullets are there per magazine, how many seconds they take to reload, and how much damage they deal to structures.
Check the graphics below for all Fortnite weapon stats. These are updated for the v8.10 patch released on March 12. You can also check our table in an external link.