How to tag enemies in Fortnite

Thanks to its ping mechanic, Fortnite players can mark enemy locations not only for themselves but for their entire squad as well. This can help build teamwork between your friends, ultimately leading them to team up with others unexpectedly. However, the battle royale even features a range of weapons and gadgets that can auto-tag squads with little to no effort on your part. Here are all the ways to tag enemies in Fortnite.

All methods of tagging opponents in Fortnite

Regardless of your platform, the most common and easiest way to tag opponents in all modes is to ping their characters. By default, those using a controller can do so by simply holding down the left arrow on the directional pad, while PC users can perform the action by holding down the middle button on their mouse. However, if you’ve changed the game’s default control scheme, it’s worth looking for the correct button in the Settings menu’s Controls tabs.

Since enemies are known for always being on the move, there are other methods that make tagging enemies a breeze. For example, at the time of writing, players can pick up the Falcon Scout to instantly scan for nearby enemy locations using their respective fire button. The best part is that there is no limit to how many times the item can use this ability. Alternatively, capture points in POIs also help tag multiple enemies at once. Once a capture point is secured, any enemy within the named location will be automatically marked until they exit the area.

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Since getting Falcon Scouts and capture points is a tall order, some may even find it best to use specific Reality Augments. Currently, the game features two Augments that mark enemies: Bloodhound and Storm Mark. While Bloodhound tracks targets you’ve recently hit with a bow or rifle, Storm Mark does exactly the same thing when a new Storm Circle is introduced. How to tag enemies in Fortnite

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