Dealing damage with Common weapons was one of the Forged In Slurp challenges which was offered in Chapter 2 Season 1. But it was still a Fortnite challenge’s vibe where the players really wanted to know how to deal damage with Common weapons either for the battle or for the next challenge which may require you to deal damage with Common weapons.
Throwback of Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 1 Challenge
As a veteran Fortnite player, you might have completed the Forged In Slurp challenges series in Chapter 2 Season 1 that allow you to deal damage with Common weapons. Formerly, you didn’t do it best as you spent much time to deal damage with the Common weapons. That’s not a regret at all. From now, you totally can learn and practice a lot to deal damage with this weapon in Fortnite by evaluating the Chapter 2 Season 1 challenge.
As a flashback of Chapter 2 Season 1 challenge, you were required to deal damage with Common weapons. Here, you had to inflict a total of 500 damage points on your enemies with Common weapons. For more information, the Common weapons are grey/white weapons which can not be confused with green weapons, Uncommon weapons.
The Common weapon is the most frequent rarity of the weapons that you can find everywhere especially on the ground. Absurdly, you had to avoid searching chests and supplies which contain too high rarity equipment for this challenge.
Here’s how to deal damage with Common weapon quickly:
- First, you need to go to Team Rumble. Here, you’re able to relive endlessly and participate in many close fights to inflict numerous damage.
- Then, you have to prepare your Common arsenal (grey/white) including sniper rifle, assault rifle and shotgun. However, it will be effective in all situations.
- Last, fight!
Those are the step-by-step that you can follow to deal damage with Common weapons.
Moreover, you may wonder for the others Forged In Slurp challenges, except dealing damage with Common weapons in Fortnite. Here they are:
- Searching Chests at Slurpy Swamp or Retail Row (7)
- Eliminating opponents with a weapon of each rarity (5)
- Upgrading an item at a Weapon Upgrade Bench (3)
- Dancing at Compact Cars, Lockie’s Lighthouse, and a Weather Station (1)
- Marking an Uncommon, Rare, and Epic item (1)
- Eliminating opponents at E.G.O. outposts or Retail Row (3)
- Searching Ammo Boxes at Landmarks (7)
- Searching Supply Drops in different matches (3)
- Dealing Damage with Legendary weapons (250)
- Searching hidden ‘R’ found in the Forged In Slurp Loading Screen (1)
What is Common Weapon in Fortnite?
The common weapon is a rarity of Fortnite weapon which has grey/white color. In Fortnite, a weapon is the primary item which is used to deal damage towards an opponent. Moreover, the weapon is able to range from Assault weapons, Shotguns, Pistols, SMGs, Crossbows, Sniper Rifles, Melees and Explosive weapons.
Here is the list of Common Weapon in Fortnite
Burst Assault Rifle
- DPS: 122.45
- Damage: 31
- Fire Rate: 3.95
- Magazine Size: 20
- Reload Time: 2.9
- Structure Damage: 31
- DPS: 49
- Damage: 70
- Fire Rate: 0.7
- Magazine Size: 5
- Reload Time: 5.7
- Structure Damage: 45
Heavy Assault Rifle
- DPS: 132.5
- Damage: 27
- Magazine Size: 25
- DPS: 106.5
- Damage: 71
- Magazine Size: 8
- DPS: 204
- Damage: 17
- Magazine Size: 30
Suppressed Submachine Gun
- DPS: 156
- Damage: 20
- Fire Rate: 7.8
- Magazine Size: 30
- Reload Time: 2.2
- Structure Damage: 20
- DPS: 162
- Damage: 24
- Fire Rate: 6.75
- Magazine Size: 16
- Reload Time: 1.5
- Structure Damage: 24
- DPS: 52.5
- Damage: 70
- Fire Rate: 0.75
- Magazine Size: 1
- Reload Time: 4.7
- Structure Damage: 270
- Damage: 100
- Structure Damage: 375
- Max. Stack: 6
- Damage: 0
- Type: Misc
- Clip Size: Infinite
That’s a list of Common weapons that you can find in Fortnite.
How to Power the Fortnite Weapon?
Even though you’re a veteran Fortnite player, you may still need the way to power the weapon in Fortnite. However, the weapon is the major item in Fortnite that the players should understand how to use and power it a lot. If you feel that you don’t power any weapons in Fortnite yet, don’t worry you’re not alone.
In this post, we’re going to share how to power the Fortnite weapon. Here are the tips that we can share to you:
- Let’s crosshair smaller
This is a very effective tactic in most FPS games and in Fortnite Mobile it’s not that different. Wait a few moments for your crosshair line to shrink before firing again. The smaller your crosshair, the more accurate the shot will be. This is very useful when you shoot from a distance.
- Aim Inward
Once fired, a bullet can fly anywhere in the spread or cone from your point of aim. This is referred to as Bloom. That means your bullets will not always hit the center point of your aim, especially when using a rifle.
For better results, aim inward can practice keeping as much of your opponent’s body as possible in the crosshair. Don’t take the risk of letting only certain parts go inside. From here you will feel the rapid development in matters of targeting the enemy and dealing damage as quickly as possible.
- Take Burst
When dealing with enemies, shoot in short bursts instead of emptying a full magazine in one go. This is another tactic that appears in most of the FPS. Taking short pauses between 2 second shot bursts will minimize weapon recoil and will go a long way toward targeting enemies.
- Shoot at the Top
Once your accuracy improves, make sure to always aim for the chest or head. This is your opponent’s most vulnerable area, meaning this is where you can deal the most damage.
- Train your aim at Spawn
When there are lots of players running around the spawn location, now you can use it to train your aim by targeting these players. So that when the game starts you can better aim your weapon at your fast-moving enemy. Do this every time you spawn so that you get more familiar with the weapons you use.
- Protect the left side of your character
The last tip is when you shoot, try to protect the left side of your character. Fortnite Mobile doesn’t yet provide a feature to change the shooting position so that when you zoom in while shooting, your character’s position tends to lean to the right.