It's easy, though there are a lot of options and getting each scene just so will take some time and practice. Have any videos you want to show off? Now you can relive your glorious and hilarious moments in the game. Imagine being able to replay all of your battles throughout a match from different angles. It's weirdly hidden away in a sub-menu and not prominently displayed in the main Battle Royale screen, which doesn't make a ton of sense expect it to change positions in the future. First I should explain the timeline, which enables you to scroll to certain points in the match. Credit: Epic Before we get started, let's make one thing clear: this is one of the challenges that does not appear to work yet for Fortnite: Battle Royale Season 4, Week 3. C cycles through camera angles - as do the number keys 1-5 - and R resets the camera behind your subject.
How do you do it? We are going to show you how to use this amazing mode and enjoy yourself. For more on the weapons themselves, check out our guide, while our tips for the map this season can be seen by going to our guide. Raise that value to zoom in and lower it for a wider field of view. The camera is actually two-pronged so it lets you adjust some of the visual goodies like nameplates. The clock icon lets you quickly jump to any moment in the recording. If you really want to savour that match-winning kill, you can slow the action all the way down to a tenth of normal game speed.
From here, you can also hit the right bumper to open another menu for camera settings to switch off things like player nameplates, player outlines, and damage numbers for a more cinematic look. The final one, Gameplay, is the most self-explanatory: it follows the over-the-shoulder view that the player actually had in-game. Auto-Exposure Turning on the Auto-Exposure will adjust the balance of lightness, and darkness, from your screen. Not that long ago, Epic added a replay feature to the game that automatically records your games. Shows replay view with your player being the central point. Be warned: there are a lot of options, some with confusing names.
Epic Games Focal length refers to the length of a virtual camera lens. All the controls are right in front of you, laid out in a row at the bottom of the screen. Slow things down for an exciting fire fight or speed them up while you build a fort to create a time lapse video. Epic is reporting a high incidence of game crashes when players try to give their vids new monikers. Once you're there you'll see a list of your matches since it was implemented along with your stats such as kills, rank and so forth. You can cycle through that with the player indicator to the right of the playback bar, and you can shift the perspective with the camera options to the right of that.
C cycles through camera angles—as do the number keys 1-5—and R resets the camera behind your subject. You also have the option to rename videos, but sadly this feature is currently a bit borked. Switching it off and tweaking Focus Distance means you can alter how far away the camera operates while tracking you. If you have an Nvidia card and use the GeForce Experience, you already have the tools to record the game. These angles of the camera will contribute to the feel and look of the replay so it is best to know them well. You can switch between cameras by simply clicking the right stick.
Clicking the Camera Mode button will allow you to choose from 5 different camera modes! Highlight the match you want and choose Play, which will replay the entire match from start to finish. Now it has been configured, Nvidia Shadowplay Highlights will record all gameplay that matches what you specified in Step 7. You can even change perspectives, i. One of the best things about the Replay Tool is that it's on by default. Well, thanks to the extensive Fortnite replay mode, now you can. And be sure to check out. On the right of the eye icon, you will see a camera icon.
Third Person Drone Follow Drone Attach Drone Free Name Plates Displays name plates above players. It seems that the developers have hidden the mode in sub-settings. When you are done, just hit Escape and leave the match like it was a normal game of Battle Royale. There is no official announcement or confirmation but known sources are giving an indication that we might see the Replay Mode in the upcoming patch and updates. I want to show a gunfight that looks awesome, what should I do? These are marked on the bar that shows the progression of the footage from the perspective of the current subject. The drones actually follow the traces of the movement of your subject from the static position as you fly camera to keep up. These might sound like cinema-speak to you, but if you mess with them enough, you can get a lot of mileage from a little fiddling.
Although we fail to understand why, yet we do have very little say in where the mode Is located. Use the arrow icons on the bottom to switch between players you interacted with to see from their viewpoints, which can be extremely helpful for seeing how you got sniped, where you ran into remote explosives, where people are hiding for the best defense, and so on. Keep in mind that your replays will only work in the current version of Fortnite. Then go up to the aperture setting and bring that value down. You can also slow down the footage or speed it up and you can pause and play it as well. This is a known bug currently being worked on, but expect it to stick around for a few days.