Fortnite: Battle Royale – How To Get Into Bot Matches

Fortnite: Battle Royale introduced bots and literal AI starting in Chapter 2, and basically serve as training dummies for newer players. Their aim is poor and they never build, so it’s pretty easy to rack up some eliminations. Many people often complain about “sweaty players” and want to try to go against lower-skill players to rack up eliminations, Victory Royales or to complete challenges. They can also serve as filler in Solos, Duos and Squads if there isn’t enough players, but some use this as an argument to why Fortnite: Battle Royale is “dying”. Anyways, in this guide, we go over how to face against bots.


Step 1. Create A New Account

The first step is to create a new account on whatever device you’re playing on. If you have an Android mobile telephone but play from another console, create a new account on your Android device.

Step 2. Form A Friendship With Both Accounts

After creating a second account, send and accept friend requests.

Step 3. Create A Party

The next step is to, on your secondary account, invite your primary to a new party. This way, it makes your less-experienced account the party leader, therefore making your more-experienced primary account have to fight less enemies.

Step 4. Go Into No-Fill Squads

Next, you want to queue up some no-fill squads on your secondary account. No-fill can be adjusted in team modes and basically have you go in with your squad alone instead of random people.

Step 5. Have Your Secondary Account Leave

The final step is to have your secondary account leave the game, leaving only your primary. From there, just play against these less-experienced players! Now, you should be in a game with mostly bots.

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