PRACTICE THESE JUMPS IN FORTNITE TO PLAY LIKE PRO

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1. PHASING JUMP

It’s effectively a way to confuse your opponent from inside your

One by one by performing a side jump with it you’ll have added protection and

Multiple options to exit your box making your side jump a less obvious read start

Out from the default position of inside your box you need to make sure you own

Every piece so ensure there’s a cone inside your base as well as a floor and

Pyramid for the roof now break your floor piece while aiming at a corner

Once destroyed quickly place two walls right next to each other above your one

By one also replace your floor immediately after this it may seem like

A lot of actions at first but once you get the timing down it’s relatively

Simple now edit your cone toward the corner that those two walls are touching

With this cone edit you have two available options for side jumping at

This point you typically try to read your opponent’s position and choose your

Side jump option accordingly so if they’re pressuring one side you hop out

The other to perform a side jump run up the middle of that edited cone jump out

Look down and place a floor plus ramp immediately if done right you should end

Up on the ramp move your crosshair higher here to connect a second ramp to

That wall you put down for added protection at this point you can do

Whatever you like but you should have height already.

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2. CONFUSING JUMP

It’s effectively a way to confuse your opponent from inside your one by one by performing a side jump

With it you’ll have added protection and multiple options to exit your box making your side jump a less obvious read start out from the default position of inside

Your box you need to make sure you own every piece so ensure there’s a cone inside your base as well as a floor and pyramid for the roof now break your floor piece while aiming at a corner once destroyed quickly place two walls right next to each other above your one

By one also replace your floor immediately after this it may seem like a lot of actions at first but once you

get the timing down it’s relatively simple now edit your cone toward the corner that those two walls are touching  with this cone edit you have two available options for side jumping at this point you typically try to read your opponent’s position and choose your

side jump option accordingly so if they’re pressuring one side you hop out the other to perform a side jump run up the middle of that edited cone jump out look down and place a floor plus ramp immediately if done right you should end up on the ramp move your crosshair higher here to connect a second ramp to

That wall you put down for added protection at this point you can do whatever you like but you should have

Height already.

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3. FC JUMP

FC cone jump

Well it actually has another name but we had to abbreviate it to keep the family

Friendly folks the FC jump was shared just over a week ago and caught the

Attention of a whole lot of people apparently no one really knew about it

Despite the technique being almost a year old so even though it’s not new it

Might still be new info for a lot of you and its surprisingly simple to do now

When you’re standing a cone that isn’t yours most players

Would simply jump and set a floor piece to go up a layer but this is the slow

Way the basic way the one that doesn’t give you lots of height what’s better is?

Performing a 90 off this pyramid position is similar to how you would on

A ramp for a 90 slightly on the left side of the cone if you’re going right

And just a bit on the right side if you want to go left then pull out your walls

And place one in front of the pyramid when you reach the middle point of the

Cone jump here you’re going to put two more walls one above the first and another

Next to it finally a quick floor and ramp to catch yourself then you can

Proceed with standard 90s for even more height as we mentioned this is only

Really useful if it’s an opponent’s pyramid there isn’t anything

Significantly better about doing this yourself over the typical 90s

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4. SUPER JUMP RETAKE

To push you upward so with all that phasing it ends up being one of the fastest and material

Efficient ways to gain height to do it you first need to make sure you’re

Reaching the height of your jump in the correct position around the middle of a

Floors edit tile is a pretty decent way to judge the right spot from here you

Jump up and wait until you reach the height of your jump as you’re jumping

You should be moving your crosshair down in to the left that way your stairs will

Face left of your starting direction and you’ll be able to land on it then at

This point you want to start moving your crosshair back to the forward direction

You started with while also still aiming downwards place a floor piece then a

Ramp immediately after if done correctly you should phase through both pieces and end

Up on your second stairs all within one jump this is no easy trick by any means

If you place your ramp too early you’ll end up underneath it anytime you face

Through your stairs you’re probably not in the right location and if your cross

Hairs in the wrong spot your builds will be too so you’ve got to make sure you’re

Perfecting each and every step if you want to pull this off consistently next

Up are some honestly remarkable variations to the last phasing technique

Posted by sir duck Dee on reedit in his video showing off some sweet

Builds he incorporates the jump with some fancy edits to crank up even more

Start by doing the same phase jump technique we just showed you when you

Complete it and land on your second ramp start editing the stairs immediately

Jump after starting the edit and while in the air quickly edit the stairs to

The left confirm it then place another floor and another forward ramp now

You’re up several stories and seconds using only floor and ramp pieces

Depending on your consistency you can actually do these fast enough to the

Point where you trigger jump fatigue which makes it a pretty dang quick way

To get vertical height you don’t necessarily need to edit the ramp left

Editing it backwards also works and if you’re starting on the right side of

Your floor piece you’d simply edit the stairs in that direction instead sir

Duct D also showed off how to use this technique more practically you can use

It as a 1v1 start or really at any point where your starting position is on a

Ramp run up the stairs and connect a floor piece in front of it as soon as

You can when you reach the top part of your stairs jump try to position so that

You’re at the sweet spot when you reach the height of your jump from here you

Can then turn left to place the stairs for then the second ramp and continue on

With the editing variation for more

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