You cannot go prone in Fortnite, meaning hiding in the long grass or slowly worming your way to a building is impossible. Not only is moving much louder than in PUBG - helpful to learn where people are coming from - but sprinting will leave behind a dust trail, helping you identify players from a distance. Remember this especially if you're forced to move out in the open.
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You can crouch to help hide your presence as much as possible, and move faster with crouching by hitting sprint as you would when standing upright.
With the map being smaller in size, it is much higher density than most PUBG matches, meaning players encounter each other faster. Keep this in mind while exploring.
When moving from one location or building to the next, avoid running out in the open if you can help it. Use the cover of trees, buildings or cliffs to help you avoid getting spotted. If you get caught unprepared in someone's cross-hairs, you'll last barely a few seconds.
Since Fortnite is a third-person game - meaning the camera is above your character - you can hide behind scenery while keeping hidden. This allows you to observe your surroundings without revealing yourself, and is particularly useful in firefights, so you can emerge and take down enemies at just the right time.
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