Fortnite: Choosing The Right AR

| April 23, 2019

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In every game of Fortnite, choosing the right AR isn’t always easy. Some games players need firepower, while other games it might only be a spray weapon. Choosing an AR is more than just picking up the best color, it’s about what the player needs. Since there are so many factors, it pays to know what weapon will work best. The fire rate is an important factor when choosing the right AR. This mostly depends on player preference and what they like. Weapons like the blue AR have a fire rate fast enough to sneak some shots on a player inside a box.

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