Bush camping has been a viable strategy since Fortnite first released. For seasons, you’d see players hiding in a bush while waiting for the lobby to thin-out. As players started getting better, bush camping became less and less frequent until it was nearly eliminated by Chapter 1 Season 10.
The release of Chapter 2 reintroduced bush camping, however. Epic added some massive bushes to the new map which allowed entire teams to hide within them. Now, you may even see some bush campers in high-level play. It’s a legitimate strategy, again.
Well, maybe not for too much longer. Fortnite players have discovered that a small settings change will allow you to see enemies when they’re sitting in bushes. Reddit user u/AriesBosch posted a video that showed him playing with the Anti-Aliasing setting turned off, allowing him to distinguish a player from a bush at long-range.
A lot of professional Fortnite players already know about this setting. Turning off Anti-Aliasing allows most players to achieve higher FPS – as is the case with most graphics settings in competitive games. We’re not sure that these players knew about the ability to see players inside of bushes, however.
This setting may have already made its way to the top levels, but mid and lower-level players might not know about it. Sure, your game might not look as impressive as it does with the highest settings, but the enhanced performance and this ability make it well worth the sacrifice.
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