Whether you trust it or not, it is not difficult as you think to master piece control in your favorite battle royale game Fortnite. It requires some effort and time. If you are good at piece control, you will go from Noob to pro continuously.
What is piece control?
There is no doubt that Fortnite is a great game. Not only does it provide good content for players, but its developers listen to their community. In my opinion, it is the most important thing for success.
Fortnite has a new style for a BR game (Battle Royale); building and editing. This feature gives players a lot of creativity and possibilities. Nowadays, we all have maybe in a situation where we get boxed up by other players and get destroyed the skill known as Piece control.
In Fortnite, Piece controlling is an act of owning the majority of builds around your opponent, so you can quickly end a fight while taking the least amount of damage. This skill is performed by most of the pros at least once in a game.
Why is piece control a must-have skill?
Nowadays, players have advanced in Fortnite. Building moves like the 90s feels like it was discovered yesterday, and TSM myth is about to make a base in the end game, or Faze Sway is about to do a 1v4 while doing his first retakes with 90s involved.
But now myth doesn’t play the game and Faze Sway is far away from his first retake. But these fancy retakes are an old thing. Pro players, if they want to win games or tournaments, they focus on piece control. Piece control has been such a sensation it has taken over the meta now.
You will see players include their game clips using piece control in their montages, which in my opinion, is way better than someone who has done a retake and killed an opponent.
What learning piece control does is it lets players finish their fight faster in Fortnite. Before piece control was a thing, if you would have faced against a decent player, the battle could have been a who could reach the build limit first and not die to fall damage, while you are at it or without someone shooting you down and both of you falling to your death.
But piece control lets you control the fight on how high you are going for it and how long it will be.
How to improve your piece control in Fortnite
If this is the first time you have heard of this concept, worry not. I will tell you how to master piece controlling skills to be a better player in Fortnite. Piece control is not an easy skill to understand, but after hours of practice, you can learn it.
If you are a new player, you have to spend more time building, retake, and editing first. Then only you should think about mastering piece control because this skill is related to building, editing, and retake skills.
However, if you are an experienced player, you do not need to worry much. Firstly, start with just coning your opponents while at a build fight. Cones, in my opinion, is the first step to becoming a better piece controller. Secondly, start putting walls around your opponent. You should get into creative games more to practice, like zone wars and 1v1s realistic.
I suggest watching pro players like Clix, Bugha, mongraal, and Reet. And after that, start putting cones with walls around your opponent as this is the most basic form of piece control.
Here are the best maps with their code to practice and improve Piece control in Fortnite, and if you spend your time in these maps, surely you will be pro soon.
- Raider’s Piece Control practice map
- Teadoh’s piece control; Code:-9599-2384-4407
- Raider’s mechanics map; Code:-7792-9543-4234
No doubt, Piece control is the best skill to have, whether you are a new player or an old one. So, I suggest you put more time into your warmups and practice this. I can assure you will be better in every way possible! Try out the maps given above, but I prefer Teadoh’s map for a realistic feel, and Raider’s map is for overall piece control moves in Fortnite.
(Thank you for sticking around till the end. Keep gaming! )