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Pistol: Semi-Automatic. Versatile sidearm with moderate damage, good rate of fire, large magazine and a Thermal Scope.
— In-Game Description

Night Hawk is an Exotic Scoped Revolver in Fortnite: Battle Royale. It was added in Chapter 2: Season 5 and can be purchased from Grimbles. It is an Exotic version of the Scoped Revolver.


The Night Hawk functions identically to the Scoped Revolver, except it has a Thermal Scope, similar to the Thermal Fish and Thermal Scoped Assault Rifle.


The Night Hawk is obtained by talking to the Grimbles character at Fort Crumpet, It costs ~600 Bars to purchase.


The Night Hawk deals 44 Damage per shot (70.4 damage per second). The Night Hawk uses Medium Ammo - Icon - Fortnite.png Medium Ammo. The Night Hawk has a headshot multiplier of 2x.

Night Hawk
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DPS: 70.4
Damage: 44
Fire Rate: 1.6
Magazine Size: 6
Reload Time: 2.0s

Strategy Guide

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This section outlines a strategy. Feel free to add tips, tricks and general advice about the topic.

  • The Night Hawk is useful for longer ranges or in the storm, as its thermal view allows players to see through areas with thick fog.
  • Due to its thermal scope, the weapon is useful against invisible enemies, such as Predator, or those using his cloaking device.


Chapter 2: Season 5

Chapter 2: Season 6


  • The Night Hawk is visually very similar to the standard Scoped Revolver, but it has a black matte finish, as opposed to a silver finish like the original one.
  • The Night Hawk uses the same Thermal effect as the Thermal Fish, unlike the Thermal Scoped Assault Rifle which uses a Blue and Orange filter.
  • Upon release, if you knocked or eliminated another player with The Night Hawk, it would display a string of seemingly random characters across the elimination feed. This also occurred with the Shadow Tracker, but both issues were patched.
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