A lot of people in Fortnite are now moving on to stretched resolution for a fast gameplay. This one makes their play style better bit what about the people with budget or cheap GPU. In this page, you will be shown what best stretched resolution you should be playing on if got a low-mid end PC.
So, what is the best stretched resolution Fortnite for low end PC? Almost all Fortnite pro players are on 1920×1080. There is a few playing at 1440p resolution, but that is in no way necessary and you will need a pretty beastly rig to run the game well at that resolution. There are some with some strange custom resolutions, but those are more the exception than the norm.
If your PC is able to run the game (and at least reach the native FPS of your monitor) well enough feel free to turn the resolution up, but since frames are way more important for performance than pretty effects we do encourage everyone to stay at 1080p. You will always sacrifice frames if you go for a higher resolution, so generally we do not recommend it for competitive gaming.
As for the low end PC, the best stretched resolution Fornite is MY SYSTEM SPECS-: CORE-I5 4440S 2.8 Ghz RAM-8gb ddr3 G.P.U-NVIDIA GT 730 4GB DDR4 or DDR3(im confused :0). You can also try out these stretched resolutions-: 1200 X 900 800 X 600 (For potato pc #stillplayable) 640 X 480 (For trash can but people still play on it) 1024×768 1280×960(this one is also good).
How to stretch the Fortnite resolution? First of all, make sure that your in-game display settings are set to fullscreen. All the following steps mean nothing if you do not have your game set to fullscreen. Then, go to the Fortnite config by pressing the Windows key + R, typing in %appdata% and then going back a folder to local and clicking until you are at \user\yourname\AppData\Local\FortniteGame\Saved\Config\WindowsClient where you will find a file named GameUserSettings. Please open that file. The next thing that should be done is to find ResolutionSizeX, ResolutionSizeY, LastCOnfirmedResolutionSizeX, and LastConfirmedResolutuonSizeY. All of the should be near the top of the file. After that, change the numbers behind these entries to the best resolution for the low end PC and save the file. If you cannot edit the file then exit out, right click it, go to Properties, and uncheck read only. When you are done editing the numbers, please right click the file, and go to Properties and check the read only. The last thing is to click Apply.
After doing the above steps, it is time for you to complete the process. Apparently, completing the process is different, depending on the cards that you use. if you use AMD cards, the process are going to your Radeon settings and going to display, going to scaling mode and make sure it is set to full panel, clicking a Create button, inputting the correct values for your custom resolution, right clicking an empty spot on your desktop and click display settings,and select your custom resolution.