ShadowPlay Highlights automatically captures kills, deaths, and key events in supported games, enabling you to review, edit, and share your best and most amusing moments with ease after a long day of gaming.
First released in August, gamers have already used ShadowPlay Highlights to capture millions of in-game events, many of which you’ll find trending on Reddit, and in ‘best of’ compilation videos on YouTube. Now, Fortnite Battle Royale players can get in on the action, with the release of a ShadowPlay Highlights patch on January 10th for the game’s entertaining PvP Battle Royale mode, which has over 30 million players.
To activate ShadowPlay Highlights in Fortnite Battle Royale you’ll need to update to the Fortnite ShadowPlay Highlights patch on January 10th, and have GeForce Experience 3.12 or higher, the Fortnite Game Ready driver, and a GeForce GTX graphics card.
Once everything’s ready, launch Fortnite, and select Battle Royale. GeForce Experience will ask if you want to enable ShadowPlay Highlights for Fortnite Battle Royale. After you click "Yes", kill, death, and Victory Royale Highlights will automatically be recorded without any further input.
At the end of your match, select the “Highlights” button on your lower right. This will showcase the Highlights captured, and from this screen you can select which Highlights to save to your Gallery, and which to share immediately to Facebook or YouTube.
If you’ve yet to install Fornite, you can get instant access to its free Battle Royale PvP mode by downloading the game client here. Once you’ve learned the ropes, be sure to send your best Highlights to us on Facebook and Twitter.