Video Games News, Reviews & Guides

Fortnite v10.00 Guide: How To Get Automatic Sniper Rifle

0 628

Fortnite v10.00 Content Update or the tenth season has started last week. Many elements on the map change over time or areas return to their old status. As we are used to, Epic releases a weekly update and this week it is just a fairly minor update. And with this also something changes to the map which will happen even more during this season.

Although this Fortnite update is on the small side, a new weapon is introduced, called Automatic Sniper Rifle. As the name suggests, this sniper weapon can fire as many as four bullets per second. The damage is a bit lower than with the other snipers, but you get a high rate of fire in return.

In addition, Neo Titled changes the design completely thanks to a break-in time. This area is thrown back in time and changes into a village directly from a Western film. So when you head towards that area, you’ll be introduced to Tilted Town where many gunslingers will shoot at a rapid speed than their own shadow.

Work your way through all of the weapons, starting with the higher rarities and ending with the lower rarities. The first player to get elimination with the final weapon wins! Infinite ammo is on, and players will drop materials when they are eliminated.


  • Automatic Sniper Rifle
    • Available in Rare, Epic, and Legendary variants.
    • Uses Medium Ammo.
    • Projectiles travel faster than other Sniper Rifles.
    • Damage: 31/33/35
      • Headshot: 62/66/70
    • 4 rounds per second.
    • 16 rounds per magazine.
    • Uses a reduced zoom scope.
    • Can be found from Floor, Chest, Vending Machines, Supply Drops, and Loot Carriers.
  • Unvaulted weapons that only spawn in Tilted Town:
    • Double Barrel Shotgun
      • Epic and Legendary variants.
    • Six Shooter
      • Uncommon, Rare, and Epic variants.
    • Hunting Rifle
      • Uncommon and Rare variants.
    • Infantry Rifle
      • Common variant.

What do you need to know about this semi-automatic sniper rifle?

– Available in rare, epic and legendary variants.
– Uses mid-range ammunition.
– The projectiles are faster than those of other sniper rifles.
– The zoom of the telescope is reduced.
– Found in ground loot, chests, vending machines, supplies, and loot transporters.