Weapon Stats & Strategy for Drum Shotgun in Fortnite. Read here to find information about the damage(DPS), rarity, and reviews for Drum Shotgun!
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Drum Shotgun - Stats & Strats
Drum Shotgun: Weapon Overview
|Where to Find||Floor Loot, Vending Machines,|
and Loot Carriers
Drum Shotgun: Stats & Damage(DPS)
Drum Shotgun Gameplay VideoCheck out how Drum Shotgun works in the game!
Drum Shotgun: Weapon Review
Weapon Rating per Game Mode
*Weapons are rated from Rank "D" - Rank "S".
Riddle your enemies wilth shotgun pellets with the Drum Shotgun! With its fast fire rate and high dps potential, it's a powerful weapon to hold when in close quarters.
*Effective range is rated by ◎ (Excellent), ◯(Good), △(Mediocre), ×(Bad).
|Close Range||Middle Range||Long Range|
Just like with any other shotgun, the best place for the Drum Shotgun is at close-range. The farther it is from the target, the less effective it will be.
Drum Shotgun: Traits & Tips
Drum Shotgun: Weapon Traits
Automatic, Fast Fire Rate Shotgun
What sets the Drum Shotgun apart from other Shotguns is its automatic fire. So long as you have the bullet for it, the gun will fire in quick succession as you hold down the trigger.
Powerful Weapon for Close Quarter Combat
With its high dps and automatic fire, the Drum Shotgun can melt away enemy health and shield pretty quickly. This, however, only works if shooting close to an enemy.
Goes Through Magazines Quickly
With a magazine size of 12, the Drum Shotgun can easily go through a whole magazine pretty quickly, requiring players to constantly reload.
1.25x Headshot Damage
Get more damage by doing headshots with the Drum Shotgun. Getting a headshot will add 25% more damage!
Drum Shotgun: Weapon Tips
Open Fire Only When Close to Enemy
Save your bullets for when it counts. Don't open fire until you get up close and personal with your target to do as much damage with the weapon as possible.
Carry a Mid- to Long-Range Weapon
By itself, the Drum Shotgun limits your engagement range to only close range. Compensate for this by bringing along other weapons that can work outside of its range.
Pull Down Aim to Counter Recoil
When firing, the Drum Shotgun has a bit of a recoil. You can control this by pulling down your aim as you keep shooting.