Fortnite Hunter-killer Guide: Basic Info | Vs Other Weapons

U4GM Date: Jul/27/18 16:34:52 Views: 233

Fortnite Hunter-killer is a Legendary Semi-Auto Rifle and uses Medium Bullets in Save the World. It is one of the versatile rifle, which rewards cautious aim with higher headshot damage but generally firing quickly in a pinch. You will need 15 Blast Powder, 30 Mechanical Parts, 1 Active Powercell, 11 Ore to craft it. If you want, you can buy this weapon on U4GM where you can quickly purchase the Fortnite Weapons that you want without any delays or risks involved. Now, this article will share with you the Hunter-killer guide, have any confusion about this weapon, you will find the answer here.

Fortnite Hunter-killer Guide

Bear in mind that Hunter-killer also has other versions:

Semi-Auto Rifle is the Common version of this weapon.

Old Faithful is the Uncommon version of this weapon.

Predator is the Rare version of this weapon.

Raptor is the Epic version of this weapon.

 

 

Basic Info

Name Value
Damage 30
Crit Chance 10%
Crit Damage +75%
Fire Rate 8
DPS 739.2
Magazine Size 30
Range 4096
Headshot Multiplier +50%
Durability 375
Durability per Use 0.07
Reload Time 2.6
Ammo Type Ammo: Medium Bullets
Ammo Cost 1
Impact 66

Trait Synergies

Name Class Description
Advanced Tactics Soldier Ranged weapon damage increased by 10%. Health increased by 10%.
Ammo Recovery I Soldier Damaging an enemy with an assault weapon has a 16% chance to generate 1 ammo for the equipped weapon.
Ammo Recovery Soldier Damaging an enemy with an assault weapon has a 16% chance to generate 1 ammo for the equipped weapon.
Assault Crit Damage Soldier Increase assault weapon critical hit damage by 36%/54%/70%.
Assault Damage Soldier Increases assault weapon damage by 24%.
Debilitating Shots Soldier Dealing ranged damage applies one stack of Vulnerability, increasing damage taken from all sources by 5% on the target for 15 seconds. Stacks up to 3 times.
Enduring Machine Constructor Your weapon takes 60% less durability damage while on BASE.
Explosive Rounds Soldier Killing 10 enemies with a ranged weapon deals X damage in a 1 tile radius.
Eye on the Prize Outlander Every 15 headshot kills grants 1 Charge Fragment.
First Assault Soldier The first bullet fired after reloading an assault rifle critically hits enemies. Removed on weapon switch.
Fragment Generation Outlander Every 60 kills grant 1 Charge Fragment.
Grenade Generation Soldier Every 30 kills with a ranged weapon grants 1 Frag Grenade. Count resets after 15 seconds without a kill.
I Love to Reload! Soldier Reloading the equipped weapon increases run speed by 30% for 3 seconds.
Improved Headshots Soldier Increases headshot damage multipler of ranged weapons by 13%/20%/27%.
In a Pinch Soldier Increases weapon reload speed by 35% if the magazine is empty.
Locked and Reloaded Soldier After reloading, rate of fire is increased by 25% for 5 seconds.
Make It Rain Soldier Headshotting enemies increases ranged weapon rate of fire by 25% for 5 seconds.
Precision Handling Outlander Hitting a headshot increases the speed of your next reload by 7%. Max 35%. Resets after reloading.
Quick Clip Soldier Increases reload speed by 30%.
Start Up Soldier Firing with a ranged weapon increases rate of fire by 1.2% per shot for up to 20 shots. Resets on reload or weapon switch.
Steady Aim Soldier Reduces recoil by 29%.
Survivalist Soldier Killing an enemy with an ability or weapon recovers 5 base health per second over 3 seconds. Kills reset the healing duration. Will not activate on full health.
There Are Many Like It... Soldier Your weapon takes 45% less durability damage while affected by War Cry.
War Cry Soldier Give a War Cry, affecting friendly characters within 4 tiles for 10 seconds. Grants 45% more damage and 30% attack speed for ranged weapons and 45% more damage and 20% attack speed for melee weapons.
Waste Not Want Not Soldier Increases ammo capacity of all weapons by 40%.

Availability

Hunter-killer is obtainable from the Vindertech Store in all Basic and Daily Llama Piñatas that incorporate ranged weapons. It might also be out there as non-featured loot in Event Piñatas.

Pros and Cons

Pros:

Rewards careful aim with higher headshot damage.

Firing quick within a pinch.

Accurate at mid to long range

Decent rolls.

 

Cons:

Low damage per shot.

Vs Other Weapons

Hunter-killer vs Siegebreaker

 

As you know, Siegebreaker is a Legendary Automatic Rifle and make use of Light Bullets, but the Hunter-killer uses medium bullets, Hunter-killer may a little more precise for players and it helps when attempting to land those UAH headshots.

 

What you choose depends what are you currently playing, if you play UAH or heroes that get bonuses for headshots then Hunter-killer is far better, not SiegeBreaker. 

 

In case you like pulling the trigger for every single bullet, then the Hunter-killer is often a fantastic weapon. For those who like a bullet hose that empties in a few seconds yet kills pretty effectively, the Siegebreaker. 

 

When you already possess a great rifle, I'd go for the Siegebreaker, and when you already possess a good pistol and are lacking a fantastic rifle, I'd go with Hunter-killer. Each is decent weapons.

 

 

Hunter-killer vs Dragon's Roar

 

Dragon's Roar is actually a Legendary Dragon Weapon that utilizes Medium Bullets, offers Fire damage, and can pierce enemies.

 

Dragon's Roar for crowd control and ammo/durability efficiency, Dragon's Roar will be the superior gun, but it loses in on-demand single target damage. Hunter-killer can be fired quickly and does far more single damage. 

 

 

Hunter-killer vs Deathstalker

 

Again, this is also mentioned in our previous article. Compare to the Deathstalker, I will choose Hunter-killer since Deathstalker includes a crit damage perk that may be far more wasted in comparison to Hunter-killer crit chance as you could raise crit damage through heroes perks.

 

 

Hunter-killer vs Razorblade

 

Razorblade is actually a Legendary Burst Rifle, which fires in 3-bullet bursts and makes use of Light Bullets.

 

Compare to Razorblade, I prefer the Hunter-killer, the rolls on the Razorblade suck since 3 only advantageous effects this weapon doesn't have. If you could afflict, slow, or snare using the Razorblade, that could be another story. The other two are good rolls, but the others ruin it. The Hunter-killer has far better rolls and an element to boot.

 

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