Best Gaming Mice for Fortnite in 2022

If you've ever watched some of the top Fortnite players and wondered just how they build so quickly, the answer isn't necessarily thousands of hours of practice (although that certainly helps). In some cases, you can skew the odds a little more in your favor by using the right hardware. A good, responsive mouse with macros and other features can make up all the difference.


Logitech G600 MMO Mouse

Ramps & walls

The Logitech G600 is a laser mouse specifically designed for massively multiplayer online (MMO) game fans. A good mouse like the G600 can help you out by making it easier to manage the array of abilities by moving them from the keyboard to the mouse. There are 20 function buttons on this mouse — 12 situated on the left-hand side where your thumb usually sits — and they're perfect for mapping Fortnite's various weapon and building shortcuts.


Razer Naga Trinity

Tilted Towers

Razer's Naga is a hugely-popular mouse targeted at MMO gamers with a multitude of additional buttons that are perfect for mapping Fortnite's key functions. The Trinity has three swappable panels, too, so you can either have two, seven or 12 additional buttons on the side. It uses Razer's incredible 16,000 DPI optical sensor and has up to 19 programmable functions in total. Naturally, it supports Razer's Chroma lighting system, too.


Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition

Salty Springs

Being a left-handed Fortnite fan doesn't make choosing a mouse the easiest thing you'll ever do, but fortunately, Razer's Lancehead is here for you. It's ambidextrous, so both left and right handed players can enjoy. You get Razer's 16,000 DPI optical sensor, a wired mouse, and it is durability rated for 50 million clicks, so you'll get a lot of Fortnite out of it. You also get additional buttons on both sides of the mouse to map your key functions to, and with onboard and cloud storage for your profiles, you'll always be able to Fortnite wherever you go.


Logitech G903

Blue Pump

The Logitech G903 is the future of wireless gaming mice, today. The G903 has wireless charging support which, assuming you get the companion mousepad, will never, ever run out of power. It will charge as you play Fortnite, and you'll be able to play wire-free for as long as you like. You get virtually no latency (1ms), too, which is super important, and the G903 also has additional buttons on its body for mapping your favorite Fortnite functions.


SteelSeries Rival 600

Orange Justice

The Rival 600 isn't here because it's packed with extra buttons to help your Fortnite building rival Ninja; it's here because it's one of the finest gaming mice money can buy. It looks great, it's perfect for traveling with thanks to its detachable cable, and it's ridiculously comfortable to use for even the longest gaming sessions. And the Truemove3 sensor is one of the most accurate around, which makes it perfect for a competitive game like Fortnite.

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How you like to play Fortnite will ultimately influence your final decision. But given the fast-paced nature of the game and the amount of different key combinations for switching weapons, healing items, and the different building items and materials, the more buttons you can have by your thumb the better.

As such, the Logitech G600 and Razer Naga Trinity are standout choices, since you can map all of these features to your mouse and keep your fingers controlling your movement to give you the competitive edge.

However, if you're left-handed, the Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition is a great choice. Most mice are made for right-handed people so having something that works with your body is always helpful.

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