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Fortnite Weapons guide (V7.40) - Fortnite guns, weapon stats, best weapon in Fortnite Season 7

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Fortnite’s weapons roster would be tricky to get to grips with even without Epic Games updating it all every week or so. But with V7.40 of Fortnite released, we’ve seen the re-introduction of Clingers, the nerfing of old favourites the Hand Cannon and the Rocket Launcher, and a brand new Assault Rifle – the M1 Garand-inspired Infantry Rifle. Needless to say, our arsenal of weapons has been shaken by such major changes, and everyone’s scrambling to keep up.

So we’ve put together the below Fortnite weapons guide, packed with tonnes of up-to-date weapon stats regarding damage, range, bloom, and much more. We’ve got tips and opinions on every single weapon currently in Fortnite and how they all rank in competitive play. Whether you want to view the stats of the recently returned Suppressed SMG, or you want to know whether to pick Bottle Rockets over Grenades now, we’ve got you covered.

Our Fortnite guide hub is fully up to date for Seasons 7 and v7.30, so head there if you want to see all the guides we have on offer for this beast of a Battle Royale. Examples include our page on the Fortnite weekly challenges, our advanced Fortnite building and editing guide, our full list of all Fortnite locations, our overview of the most powerful Fortnite loadouts, and much more.

Fortnite Weapons guide

Below you’ll see we’ve categorised all the guns in Fortnite into their respective classes, which you can peruse using the links below. The stats below are taken from a combination of patch notes, the Fortnite wiki, and our own tests. So let’s get to it!

Assault Rifles
SMGs & LMGs
Snipers
Shotguns
Pistols
Explosives (including Throwables)
Pickaxe

Note: I’ve decided to place the Scoped AR and Thermal Scoped AR into the Snipers category, even though they’re technically assault rifles – because they’re snipers, dagnabbit. They’re semi-auto snipers. If you’re using them like an AR, you deserve to be shot.


Assault Rifles

Fortnite Weapons – Assault Rifle Ranking

Name Ranking Reason
Suppressed Assault Rifle 1st Silent, incredibly accurate first shots.
Heavy Assault Rifle 2nd Amazing damage, but you need an SMG to go with it.
Assault Rifle/SCAR 3rd Bogstandard. SCAR is still great, but not quite as great as the others.

Besides the information below, our Fortnite Assault Rifle tips page is worth a look if you’re wondering how best to use all the different kinds of ARs at your disposal in real match situations.

Infantry Rifle

  • Rarities: Common, Uncommon, Rare
  • Ammo Type: Medium Bullets
  • Magazine Size: 8
  • Damage: 41/43/45
  • Fire Rate: 4.0 (0.25s)
  • Reload Time: 2.5s/2.4s/2.3s

Introduced in the V7.40 Patch Notes, the Infantry Rifle acts in many ways like an Assault Rifle and in many other ways like a Sniper. It fires much quicker than you’d expect, eeking out the Heavy AR in fire rate and nearly matching it in flat damage, too. Of course, its major drawback is that you can only fire eight bullets before having to reload. So what does it do to make up for this? Long-range prowess is the answer. This gun is very accurate, returning to first-shot-accuracy extremely quickly after each shot; and unlike many other guns it has zero damage falloff, which means it’ll deal as much damage from 400 metres away as it does from 4 metres away. I sure do like this gun, but I’d use it in my Sniper slot rather than my Assault Rifle slot.

Suppressed Assault Rifle

  • Rarities: Epic, Legendary
  • Ammo Type: Medium Bullets
  • Magazine Size: 30
  • Damage: 32/33
  • Fire Rate: 5.5 (0.18s)
  • Reload Time: 2.2s/2.1s

My personal favourite assault rifle, the Suppressed AR deals around the same damage as a Blue AR, with the substantial and underrated advantage of having a built-in silencer which makes it so much more difficult for your enemies to pinpoint you as you gun them down from afar. The SupAR is more accurate than a standard AR with its first 2-3 shots, but then bloom quickly overwhelms the gun, so be sure to fire in a semi-auto burst style for maximum effectiveness.

Heavy Assault Rifle

  • Rarities: Rare, Epic, Legendary
  • Ammo Type: Medium Bullets
  • Magazine Size: 25
  • Damage: 44/46/48
  • Fire Rate: 3.75 (0.27s)
  • Reload Time: 2.8s/2.7s/2.5s

The Heavy AR is a real monster in terms of damage. This relative newcomer has the ability to shred an enemy at close, medium and even long range, but its accuracy means that, as with all assault rifles, you shouldn’t just hold down the fire button until you run out of bullets. A slower rate of fire, slower reload time, and reduced magazine size all attempt to mitigate the sheer power of this gun, but the truth is even a Blue Heavy AR is arguably worth taking over a Gold SCAR as things currently stand. Remember, flat damage is king in Fortnite, as long as you know how to use it.

Assault Rifle

  • Rarities: Common, Uncommon, Rare, Epic, Legendary
  • Ammo Type: Medium Bullets
  • Magazine Size: 30
  • Damage: 30/31/33/35/36
  • Fire Rate: 5.5 (0.18s)
  • Reload Time: 2.3s/2.2s/2.2s/2.1s/2.1s

The standard assault rifle spans the entire height of the rarity ladder, which means it’s difficult to talk about the weapon as a whole. While little separates them in terms of damage and reload time, the true modifier is accuracy. You’ll find the Grey and Green variants will have very large bloom after a few shots, and it’s difficult to hit enemies at long or even mid-range. But at the other end of the spectrum, the Epic and Legendary SCARs are much more reliable (though still not as much as some other weapons on this list).


SMGs & LMGs

Fortnite Weapons – SMG Ranking

Name Ranking Reason
Suppressed SMG 1st First-shot accuracy, low bloom, versatile, silent, painful.
Compact SMG 2nd Best SMG for close-range shredding, great clip size/fire rate.
Minigun 3rd Slow, situational, outclassed by everything else.

Below you can peruse all SMGs and LMGs on offer in Fortnite. If you can’t quite get the hang of these fast-firing shredders, our Fortnite SMG tips page is here to answer all your questions and see you through to SMG-spam greatness.

Suppressed SMG

  • Rarities: Common, Uncommon, Rare
  • Ammo Type: Light Bullets
  • Magazine Size: 30
  • Damage: 22/23/24
  • Fire Rate: 9 (0.11s)
  • Reload Time: 2.2s/2.1s/2s

With the V7.30 update, the Submachine gun is out and the Suppressed SMG is back. Before its vaulting back at the beginning of Season 6, the Suppressed SMG was a lowkey contender for best gun in the game, much like the Hand Cannon is now. Suppressed, powerful, and the only SMG with first-shot accuracy, this silent killer is able to shred players at any range without too much difficulty, and we’ll likely see a great many players picking this SMG up over the Compact from now on for its extra versatility.

Compact SMG

  • Rarities: Epic, Legendary
  • Ammo Type: Light Bullets
  • Magazine Size: 40
  • Damage: 20/21
  • Fire Rate: 10 (0.1s)
  • Reload Time: 3.1s/3s

Technically, a Gold Compact SMG doesn’t deal as much DPS as a Blue Suppressed SMG, but in reality, Fortnite close-quarters combat involves a lot of jumping and ducking and dancing around each other, and not all of those shots are going to hit. This is why the Compact SMG is still relevant. A higher clip size and greater damage per shot means you are more likely to win these frantic close-range encounters than if you had a Suppressed SMG. Its weakness is its reload time, which puts you out of action for a good three seconds, so don’t reload until you know you’re safe for the next few moments.

Minigun

  • Rarities: Epic, Legendary
  • Ammo Type: Light Bullets
  • Magazine Size: N/A
  • Damage: 18/19
  • Structure Damage: 32/33
  • Fire Rate: 12 (0.08s)
  • Reload Time: N/A

With the Light Machine Gun vaulted back in September 2018, the Minigun is the only LMG in the game… and it’s not great. Sure, it has its uses, particuarly in Duos or Squads, because one of you can put the pressure on with the Minigun while the other can, y’know, play the game properly. But in reality all you need to do against a Minigun-spammer is relax, aim for the head, and kill them before they kill you. Using a Minigun nearly holds you still as you shoot, and its DPS is just not high enough to contend with a shotgun, SMG, Heavy AR, or basically any other weapon your opponent happens to have. Good for a laugh, but undeserving of its Epic/Legendary rarities, and generally not worth sacrificing a slot on your hotbar.


Sniper Rifles

Fortnite Weapons – Sniper Rifle Ranking

Name Ranking Reason
Heavy Sniper Rifle 1st 150 bodyshot damage, can one-shot structures.
Suppressed Sniper Rifle 2nd The new Bolt-Action. Silent one-shot sniper.
Hunting Rifle 3rd Fast, good for pre-firing, but lower damage.
Thermal Scoped Assault Rifle 4th Thermal overlay excellent for pre-firing, but bolt-actions are more useful
Scoped Assault Rifle 5th Low damage, large clip size not useful

Below we’ve got stats on every Sniper Rifle (and Scoped AR) left in Fortnite. For everything you need to know on how to improve your sharpshooting and sniping skills, head over to ourĀ Fortnite Sniper tips page.

Heavy Sniper Rifle

  • Rarities: Epic, Legendary
  • Ammo Type: Heavy Bullets
  • Magazine Size: 1
  • Damage: 150/157
  • Structure Damage: 1050/1100
  • Fire Rate: 0.33 (3.03s)
  • Reload Time: 4.3s/4.1s

The big hairy uncle of the Sniper family. The Heavy Sniper Rifle deals a whopping 150 body-shot damage, which immediately makes it the most valuable sniper rifle in Fortnite. What’s more, it can one-shot any structure, even fully-built metal. For this reason, an excellent strategy is to shoot out the wall of an enemy, then immediately switch to your AR or Hand Cannon (or perhaps even another sniper rifle) and get some hits in before the enemy has recovered from their surprise.

Suppressed Sniper Rifle

  • Rarities: Epic, Legendary
  • Ammo Type: Heavy Bullets
  • Magazine Size: 1
  • Damage: 100/105
  • Fire Rate: 0.33 (3.03s)
  • Reload Time: 2.8s/2.7s

How annoying that the Bolt-Action has been vaulted, simply because it was such a good yardstick by which to judge the others. Now that honour falls to the Suppressed Sniper Rifle. The newest addition to the Sniper Rifle roster, this deadly beast sacrifices the damage of the Heavy Sniper for a silencer, in much the same way as the Suppressed Assault Rifle does. But it still deals 100 bodyshot damage. And it reloads quicker. And it has a fricking silencer. A silencer, by the way, that’s just as good as the silencer on the suppressed AR and pistol – that is, you have to be within 45 metres of the shot to hear it at all. Now that’s pretty damn scary on a one-shot weapon.

Hunting Rifle

  • Rarities: Uncommon, Rare
  • Ammo Type: Heavy Bullets
  • Magazine Size: 1
  • Damage: 86/90
  • Fire Rate: 0.8 (1.25s)
  • Reload Time: 1.9s/1.8s

The Hunting Rifle is a humble but solid sniper rifle that you should feel no shame taking into the end-game. It lacks a proper scope, and its damage cannot compete with that of the Suppressed Sniper (let alone the Heavy Sniper) – but its relatively quick rate of fire gives you an advantage during long-range duels, and can often result in a successful “pre-fire” kill (when you shoot where you’re expecting the enemy’s head to appear, before it actually does). Many pro players prefer the Hunting Rifle over the rest for its utility-over-damage approach, especially since the V7.20 update, which set the bullet drop of the Hunting Rifle (and Suppressed Sniper) in line with the Heavy Sniper.

Thermal Scoped Assault Rifle

  • Rarities: Rare, Epic
  • Ammo Type: Medium Bullets
  • Magazine Size: 15
  • Damage: 36/37
  • Fire Rate: 1.8 (0.56s)
  • Reload Time: 2.2s/2.1s

Ahh, now this is a scoped assault rifle I can get behind. A sizable damage buff compared to the standard Scoped AR is weighed against a lower rate of fire and smaller clip size. But forget that: the true power of the Thermal is – you guessed it – its thermal view, which allows you to catch glimpses of enemies behind cover. For this reason, there’s no better weapon for tapping enemies the moment the appear from behind cover. It may not be able to one-shot, but Thermals can really ruin your day unless you wall up and time your shots very carefully.

Scoped Assault Rifle

  • Rarities: Rare, Epic
  • Ammo Type: Medium Bullets
  • Magazine Size: 20
  • Damage: 23/24
  • Structure Damage: 25/26
  • Fire Rate: 3.5 (0.29s)
  • Reload Time: 2.3s/2.2s

This gun is a great deal of meh. I used to be fond of the Scoped AR when I first started playing, but as time has passed its competition has grown more fierce. The Scoped AR boasts an impressive rate of fire for a scoped weapon, and is situationally useful for harassing an enemy at range – but it deals such little damage as to be inconsequential, particularly when the damage you deal can quickly be repaid twofold with an enemy Hunting Rifle, Hand Cannon, or even a good assault rifle.


Shotguns

Fortnite Weapons – Shotgun Ranking

Name Ranking Reason
Pump Shotgun 1st Excellent damage, ability to one-shot from 200 health
Tactical Shotgun 2nd Low damage, high fire rate is outclassed by Shotgun/SMG combo

Sure looks lonely in this weapons class now. For in-depth tips and tactics on how to win shotgun fights with the Pump or the Tactical, take a look at our Fortnite Shotgun tips page.

Pump Shotgun

  • Rarities: Uncommon, Rare, Epic, Legendary
  • Ammo Type: Shells ‘n’ Slugs
  • Magazine Size: 5
  • Damage: 95/100/105/110
  • Structure Damage: 45/48/50/54
  • Fire Rate: 0.7 (1.43s)
  • Reload Time: 4.8s/4.6s/4.4s/4.2s

The Pump Shotgun is by far the most popular shotgun on the market right now, thanks to a buff in the V6.31 Patch Notes which brought along Epic and Legendary variants of the Pump, and increased the base damage of all the rest so that even a standard Blue Pump can now one-shot-kill a player from full health. And now that the Heavy Shotgun has been vaulted with V7.30, there’s just no competition. This powerhouse is slow to fire and only holds five shells, but it packs a goddamn colossal punch. And in the current meta of “build-shoot-build-shoot”, flat damage reigns supreme over any other statistic for shotguns.

Tactical Shotgun

  • Rarities: Common, Uncommon, Rare
  • Ammo Type: Shells ‘n’ Slugs
  • Magazine Size: 8
  • Damage: 67/70/74
  • Structure Damage: 50/53/55
  • Fire Rate: 1.5 (0.67s)
  • Reload Time: 6.3s/6.0s/5.7s

The Tactical Shotgun is a more forgiving shotty that deals less damage per shot but vastly outmatches its rivals in its rate of fire, and also holds the highest number of shells of any shotgun. Alas, though the Tactical is still strong in capable hands, it’s so far behind the curve in terms of damage that the Pump is the better way to go. That said, if you’re having trouble landing your shots in close-quarters combat, the Tactical may be just what you need.


Pistols

Fortnite Weapons – Pistol Ranking

Name Ranking Reason
Hand Cannon 1st Excellent damage, accurate, can one-shot wood structures
Scoped Revolver 2nd Useful at long range until you find a sniper
Dual Pistols 3rd Useful at close range until you find an SMG/Shotgun
Suppressed Pistol 4th Surprising damage at any range, but not worth keeping for long.
Pistol 5th Worst weapon in Fortnite.

They’re a diverse bunch, these Fortnite pistols. If you’re struggling to make good use of the pistols you find in a Fortnite match, take a look at our Fortnite Pistol tips page for a multitude of practical tips and tricks.

Hand Cannon

  • Rarities: Epic, Legendary
  • Ammo Type: Heavy Bullets
  • Magazine Size: 7
  • Damage: 75/78
  • Structure Damage: 100/105
  • Fire Rate: 0.8 (1.25s)
  • Reload Time: 2.1s/2s

While nerfed in the V7.40 Patch Notes, this gun is still the king of the pistols. The Hand Cannon is a miniature Heavy Sniper, and can absolutely be considered one of the strongest weapons currently in Fortnite. Accurate, packs a punch, fairly fast-firing for what is essentially a sniper weapon… This already powerful gun has decent structure damage which allows it to one-shot most freshly built structures, and two-shot wooden structures. This gun is a beautiful mix of power and utility, and should be treated with caution. The best thing to do against a Hand Cannoneer is to switch to stone or metal structures immediately, and try to close the gap between you quickly.

Scoped Revolver

  • Rarities: Epic, Legendary
  • Ammo Type: Medium Bullets
  • Magazine Size: 6
  • Damage: 42/44
  • Fire Rate: 1.6 (0.63s)
  • Reload Time: 2.1s/2s

The Scoped Revolver is the most recent addition to the Fortnite weapons roster, added in the V7.20 Patch Notes shortly after the vaulting of the Six Shooter. It’s hitscan, so there’s no bullet drop to contend with, which, combined with its low-40s damage, makes it comparable to the Thermal Scoped AR in some ways. But I certainly wouldn’t take it over a proper sniper rifle, or a Hand Cannon, simply because the ability to one-shot structures or players is just too useful. But it’s a strong early-game weapon that can be used to great effect at mid- to long-range. Think of it as a variant of the Dual Pistols with a much lower clip size and rate of fire, but a scope to make up for it.

For focused tips and tricks on how to use the Scoped Revolver effectively, check out our Fortnite Scoped Revolver page.

Dual Pistols

  • Rarities: Rare, Epic
  • Ammo Type: Medium Bullets
  • Magazine Size: 18
  • Damage: 41/43
  • Structure Damage: 42/44
  • Fire Rate: 3.96 (0.25s)
  • Reload Time: 2.8s/2.7s

Vaulted until January 2019’s V7.10 Patch Notes, the Dual Pistols leave the standard Pistol in the dust, with a far greater damage able to eviscerate the health and shields of an opponent with only 2-3 landed shots. For all intents and purposes they are a two-shot burst weapon. So take a little extra time to aim, and you’ll be well-rewarded, particularly if you land headshots with both shots. Obviously they won’t outperform a good shotgun or SMG at close range, but they’re a punchy utility weapon and a surprisingly powerful killer in the early game.

Suppressed Pistol

  • Rarities: Rare, Epic
  • Ammo Type: Light Bullets
  • Magazine Size: 16
  • Damage: 26/28
  • Fire Rate: 6.75 (0.15s)
  • Reload Time: 1.3s

More than just a pistol with a silencer attached, the Suppressed Pistol actually deals more damage and reloads quicker than the standard pistol. Again, this is not a gun that you should feel comfortable taking into the final circles, but as an early- to mid-game backup and utility weapon, the Suppressed Pistol can actually fare pretty well. Just make sure you have the element of surprise when you initiate.

Pistol

  • Rarities: Common, Uncommon
  • Ammo Type: Light Bullets
  • Magazine Size: 16
  • Damage: 23/24
  • Fire Rate: 6.75 (0.15s)
  • Reload Time: 1.5s

Widely considered just about the most useless weapon in Fortnite, the standard pistol still packs a punch in the early-game, but only if you land your shots. For this reason, it is the cause of many rage-quits, because how could you have died to that pistol when you had a Pump?! This goddamn game, right? But seriously, while it can win fights in skilled hands early on, there’s no way you shouldn’t drop the pistol the moment pretty much any other weapon crosses your path.


Explosives (including Throwables)

Fortnite Weapons – Explosives Ranking

Name Ranking Reason
Rocket Launcher 1st Scary, powerful, fantastic synergy with Hand Cannon
Grenade Launcher 2nd Spammable, difficult to predict where grenades land
Grenade 3rd Very spammable, good damage, easy to use
Dynamite 4th Can’t throw far but excellent structure damage
Bottle Rocket 5th Very limited in range, more of a nuisance.
Stink Bomb 6th Situational, good for forcing movement, but not worth keeping

Since you’re here: we’ve put together a focused, advanced guide on making use of all these Explosive weapons to earn more kills, so if you’re interested take a look at our Fortnite Explosives tips page.

Rocket Launcher

  • Rarities: Epic, Legendary
  • Ammo Type: Rockets
  • Magazine Size: 1
  • Damage: 116/121
  • Structure Damage: 394/413
  • Fire Rate: 0.75 (1.33s)
  • Reload Time: 2.7s/2.5s

The sound of a Rocket Launcher firing strikes fear into the hearts of the unprepared. This slow-firing explosive weapon is best used in tandem with other weapons; if you’re trying to break down an opponent’s walls at a longer range, your aim should be to fire your rocket, then switch to an AR or sniper (or hand cannon!) and break down the wall where the rocket will hit just before it collides. Unfortunately (or fortunately) the V7.40 Patch Notes nerfed the Rocket Launcher by increasing its reload time between shots, and making it unavailable in Chests, which means you can only find a Rocket Launcher through a Vending Machine, a Supply Drop, or the death loot of a

Grenade Launcher

  • Rarities: Rare, Epic, Legendary
  • Ammo Type: Rockets
  • Magazine Size: 6
  • Damage: 100/105/110
  • Structure Damage: 375/394/413
  • Fire Rate: 0.75 (1.33s)
  • Reload Time: 3s/2.8s/2.7s

The Grenade Launcher, while dealing less damage per rocket than the Rocket Launcher, should be treated with even greater caution. The arc and the time delay of the grenades make them more difficult to predict and fight against, so the best option against Grenade-spam is to just get out of there. As for using the Grenade Launcher, there’s little in the way of finesse with this weapon. Its main benefit is to sow confusion and fear, and against an unprepared player – and sometimes even top-tier players – a Grenade Launcher is the source of a quick and easy kill.

Clinger

  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Drop Stack Size: 3
  • Max Stack Size: 10
  • Damage: 100
  • Structure Damage: 400

The Clinger was resurrected from the Fortnite Vault with the V7.40 Patch Notes, and is now the most valuable throwable Explosive weapon you can find in Fortnite. These sticky grenades can be attached to any surface, from terrain or player-built structures to the forehead of an unwitting enemy – and after a short delay will explode, dealing 100 player damage and 400 structure damage to everything in its vicinity. You can hold up to 10 at a time, giving this weapon excellent spam potential. Their only downside is that they have a distinctive bleeping audio when they’re about to explode, notifying enemies of their whereabouts.

Dynamite

  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Drop Stack Size: 3
  • Max Stack Size: 10
  • Damage: 70
  • Structure Damage: 800

Dynamite sacrifices a little bit of damage and a little bit of spawn probability compared to the Grenade, but makes up for it with a colossal blast radius that deals a whopping 800 damage to structures – enough to destroy even fully-built metal. The blast area is actually a short, fat cylinder rather than a sphere, so the vertical axis is the best method of avoiding these explosions. Unfortunately – or fortunately, depending on your role in this scenario – Dynamite cannot be thrown very far at all, so you have to get up close and personal in order to use them, by which time the enemy may already be upon you. So you’ll need to choose your moment to use this item carefully.

Bottle Rocket

  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Drop Stack Size: 2
  • Max Stack Size: 6
  • Fire Rate: 5 every second for 9 seconds
  • Damage: 10 per explosion
  • Structure Damage: 40 per explosion

Added with the V7.30 Content Update, Bottle Rockets can be thrown around the same distance as Dynamite, but that’s where all similarity to other Explosives ends. The Bottle Rocket then acts as a mortar, firing 45 mini-rockets over 9 seconds at a localised point several metres away. You can hold up to 6 at a time, but only 2 can be active per player at any moment, limiting its spam potential.

If you get lucky with your hits, Bottle Rockets can kill an enemy very quickly. Unfortunately, its low individual damage makes it more of a nuisance than a method of elimination (much like Stink Bombs) and its main drawback is its extremely limited range, which means you can’t use it at long or close range at all.

Stink Bomb

  • Rarity: Epic
  • Drop Stack Size: 3
  • Max Stack Size: 6
  • Damage: 10 damage per second for 9 seconds
  • Structure Damage: 0

The most obnoxious item in the game by a country mile, Stink Bombs are just useless enough to replace with most other items, but just powerful enough to give you a hard time when other players decide to keep them. These vials explode on impact, dealing no damage to structures but creating a cloud of gas which quickly eats away at the health of those caught within. Useful for harassing players holed up in 1x1s, but otherwise not nearly as practical as Grenades or Dynamite.

Pickaxe

And finally, some brief words on the humblest but in many ways most powerful of all weapons available to you in Fortnite. The pickaxe is actually used very often in the first few seconds of each match, because after a buff in the 6.30 Patch Notes, each swing of the Pickaxe deals a weighty 20 damage to your assailant. If two of you land on the same roof, the one who starts pickaxing immediately will nearly always prevail over the one who tries to break open the roof and find a weapon.

Sometimes a pickaxer can even beat someone who has found a weapon early on – particularly if all they found was a hunting rifle or something else not suited for close quarters combat. The point is, don’t underestimate the danger of a wild pickaxe-swinger in the first moments after you land.

 

Well, that more or less wraps everything up. Hopefully you’ve learned a thing or two from this guide, and you can now take to the rooftops of Tilted Towers with a spring in your step and the right gun in your hands. We’ll be updating this page as new adjustments and updates arrive, so do yourself a favour and bookmark this page, so you can always be in the know.

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