How to watch & save replays in Fortnite Battle Royale

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Some nice cinematic shots can be made with Fortnites new replay feature

In the latest Fortnite Battle Royale update, Patch 3.5, Epic Games released the replay feature. I just tested it out in my first game, and I’m actually really impressed. The amount of detail that is shown in the replay, as well as all the settings you can change are amazing.

I’ve been using it to take some screenshots, and they look great. You can use the drone feature to fly around the map, follow you in third person, get some cinematic shots of you and more. You can also change all the camera settings such as aperture, focusing and field of view. Making Fortnite wallpapers is going to be taken to a whole new level, and we can expect to see a lot of high quality montages/videos on YouTube.

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An action shot from shooting someone at Loot Lake

How to watch your replays

As soon as you finish a game in Fortnite BR, the replay will become available automatically. You can find them under ‘Career’, then ‘Replays’. You can see the stats of the replay, including the date, game length, what position you finishes and how many eliminations you got.

Right now, Epic recommend you don’t rename your replay as they are causing crashes. Once this is fixed, you can select a replay and choose ‘Rename and Save’. Otherwise you can choose to delete it or simply watch it by pressing ‘Play’.

PC Players will be able to share their replays easily, as they are only a few MB in size. It’s probable that the other person can just drop it in their own replay folder and watch it from there. This is now confirmed working. Just drop your friends replay file into your own replay folder and you can watch it back.

When your watching the replay, you can use H on PC to change the HUD settings. Or use the eye in the bottom left corner. Select the camera icon to change camera settings. You can only see others players who are within your proximity. Go into the ‘Camera type’ settings to enable other features such as Name plates, player outlines, replay region, damage effects and high quality FX.

Unfortunately, replays currently go corrupt after patch changes. Meaning once a new update goes live, your replays will no longer play and are pretty much useless, you will need to delete them to stop the error message.

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