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Fortnite Reality Augments: what are they and how to use them

Fortnite Reality Augments: what are they and how to use them
They’re here to boost your matches (pic: Epic Games)



Epic Games has added a completely new feature to Fortnite called reality augments, but how exactly can you use them in-game? 



Chapter 4 has signified a new era for Fortnite, adding a suite of new characters, quests, and even a brand new island called Asteria. 



Besides using the game’s new weapons, such as the Ex-Caliber Rifle or the Thunder Shotgun, to get kills you’ll find that reality augments can be just as useful.



Reality augments are a fresh gameplay mechanic in Fortnite and are essentially the game’s version of player perks.  



There are 22 augments in the game so far, offering boosts for anything from item drop chance to player movement. These gameplay buffs can help you perform better but they’re not usually overpowering advantages. 



When an augment becomes available, a small Ready icon will pop up on the right side of your screen. To activate it, press the ‘7’ key on PC or right on the D-pad with a controller, to view the available augments. 



You will be given two augments to choose from each time they become available, which is every few minutes. If you don’t like the augments on offer, you can reroll them once for free, but it will cost you 100 bars from then on. 



These perks stack up as you collect them, although there’s a limit of only four augments per match. 



What do Reality Augments do in Fortnite Chapter 4?



Each of the 22 augments in Fortnite has its own set of perks, with many of them helping you spec out certain weapon types for increased damage. 



For example, if you like using bows, grabbing Bow Specialist, Mechanical Archer, and Bloodhound will allow you to use them to their maximum potential. 



On the other hand, if you enjoy riding Fortnite’s vehicles, such as the newly added dirt bikes , you’d be wise to equip Tricked out and Supercharged, which will give them boosts and prevent them from consuming fuel.  



However, if you’re playing in a squad, it’s best to let your teammates know which augments you’ll choose, as many of them won’t provide you with benefits if multiple players take them at the same time. 



In this case, Tricked out and Supercharger will be useless if two players use them in a squad and enter the same vehicle, as their effects don’t stack. 



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Here are all the Reality Augments you can het in Fortnite: 



Aerialist: Gain the ability to deploy your glider. 



Bloodhound: Enemies hit by your marksman rifle or bow shots are marked briefly. 



Bow Specialist: Bows draw and reload faster, and arrows regenerate over time. 



Bush Warrior: Regenerate health and partial shields while inside large foliage. 



Chug Gunner: Receive a Chug Cannon. 



Demolition Munitions: Objects you destroy have a chance to drop explosives. Excludes player-built structures. 



First Assault: The first bullet in the magazine of your assault rifle deals bonus damage. 



Forecast: You can always see the next storm circle. 



Jelly Angler: Receive a Fishing Rod. You can use it to fish anywhere, but you can only fish for Jellyfish. 



Light Fingers: Makes weapons using light ammo reload faster. 



Mechanical Archer: Grants an Explosive and Shockwave Bow. 



More Parkour: Regenerate energy briefly after mantling or hurdling. 



Party Time: Gain Balloons over time. 



Pistol Amp: Pistols have greatly increased magazine size. 



Rifle Recycle: Weapons using medium ammo have a chance not to consume ammo. 



Rushing Reload: Sprinting will slowly reload your equipped Shotgun. 



Soaring Sprints: Able to jump much higher and with lower gravity while sprinting. 



Splash Medic: Offers a chance to find Chug Splash in every container you open. 



Storm Mark: When the storm changes, ping the area to highlight nearby enemies for a short duration. 



Supercharged: Vehicles you’re inside no longer consume fuel and have increased Health. 



Tactical Armory: Grants a Rare Tactical AR and Combat Shotgun. 



Tricked Out: Entering a Car or Truck applies Chonkers and a Cow Catcher to it. 









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