Ninja Fortnite Settings – Pro Spotlight
Welcome to our first edition of Settings Spotlight. This is where we run through the in-game settings of the most popular pros and steamers.
This time: Ninja Fortnite Settings.
We are taking all of our information from ProSettings.Net. This is where you can find the most frequently updated Ninja Fortnite Settings around.
Well, there is probably no one better to kick off our first Settings Spotlight. Ninja has grown to become the biggest streamer in Twitch history with over. And for good reason. He is entertaining, charming, and a fantastic competitive player to boot. Ninja is arguably the best player in the Fortnite scene right now.
Interestingly, Ninja was a professional Halo, H1Z1 and PUBG player before starting to stream on Twitch. He played in several major events including the PUBG Gamescom Invitational and MLG in Orlando. He even won a Halo 4 championship with his team Warriors and placed first in the PUBG Gamescom Invitational squads competition. After getting good results with decent price money in Halo and PUBG, he has been focusing on streaming Fortnite. He is currently the most subscribed individual streamer on twitch as well. In addition to his success on Twitch he uploads new videos to his youtube channel every single day. Ninja’s youtube channel has grown to over 10 million subscribers by now.
To achieve all that he even got a little help from mainstream celebrities: Ninja has become famous for playing Fortnite with popular rapper Drake. The stream ranks as the most viewed single broadcaster stream in the history of twitch. You can check out the video here. Now of course, we are interested in more than his contributions to modern hip hop. We are here to talk about Ninja Fortnite Settings – and there is some interesting info to be found.
Ninja Fortnite Sensitivity Settings
Have you ever wondered how Ninja builds so fast? You must think that Ninja’s Fortnite sensitivity settings are relatively high. That’s not the case at all. Ninja plays on low sensitivity settings like almost all other Fortnite Pros.
ADS Sensitivity: 0.60
Scoped Sensitivity: 0.40
Mouse HZ: 1000
Ninja Fortnite Video Settings
Ninja’s video settings are definitely on the demanding side. They are set up to make the game as pretty as possible for the stream, without losing any competitive advantage. That’s why Ninja’s PC is one of the best PC builds possible. His PC easily manages to put out enough frames for Ninja’s 240hz monitor. Read further to find out what PC Ninja uses. If you want to see two builds in the $1000-1500 range take a look at this guide: Best PC for Fortnite.
Window Mode: Fullscreen
Display Resolution: 1920×1080 16:19
Frame Limit: Unlimited
3D Resolution: 1920×1080
View Distance: Epic
Post Processing: Low
Motion Blur: Off
Show FPS: On
Ninja Setup, Gear & Equipment
Mouse: Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum
Mousepad: HyperX Fury S Pro
Monitor: Alienware AW2518H
Keyboard: Logitech G810
Headphones: Beyerdynamic DT-990
Microphone: Audio-Technica AT2035
Webcam: Logitech Brio
MixAmp: Line 6 POD Studio UX2
Chair: DXRacer Racing Series Black & Blue
Ninja PC / Computer
CPU: Intel Core i7-8700K
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
Mainboard: NZXT N7 Z370
Memory: G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 32GB
Case: NZXT H700i
Liquid Cooling: NZXT Kraken X62
HDD: Seagate BarraCuda 4TB
SSD: Samsung 960 EVO Series 1TB
Liquid Cooling: NZXT Kraken X62
Power Supply: Seasonic FOCUS Plus Series 850W Gold
Fans: NZXT AER RGB 140mm
Cable Kit: CableMod Basic Carbon
Cable Solution: NZXT Puck
Ninja Building Binds
Thanks for reading. We will make sure to continue our Settings Spotlight series with popular pros.
A great upgrade we become what we behold.
Can’t wait for the new Fortnite version! 1223 angel number claims the update will come around march/april 2023.