Fortnite Vending Machine Locations - Map To Find Them All

Fortnite Is Out Now On Mobile And It Changes Everything

Vending Machines will offer a distinct offensive advantage for players who utilize them smartly, but also force them to choose wisely about how they use their materials. Their explained very well in this vending machine video below.

While some of the challenges are going to rather hard, one that should be possible for players of all levels is "Follow the Treasure map found in Retail Row". The initial such "content update", as Epic calls them, has come on every platform and features the Vending Machine, among the other additions and changes. Haunted Hills, Dusty Depot, and Fatal Fields are the only locations to not have one directly on-site, but players can find one nearby.

Each material type has a corresponding item that can also be exchanged for the vending machine will slowly cycle through each for you to choose from. Fortunately, you have time until the season is over, which won't happen for another three weeks.

While Fortnite Battle Royale is completely free to play on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and on mobile, a "Battle Pass" can be purchased for 950 V-Bucks (approximately $10) which opens up the opportunity to earn various cosmetics, emotes, and other cool items. Common items start at 100 materials, for example, while legendary items will set players back 500.

But unfortunately, Epic Games don't just plonk it in the same place every game. The idea is for developers to spend more time (a fortnight, no pun intended) on fixing glitches and deeper issues, but without halting the weekly content drops.

So to complete this task you will need to farm a lot of brick resources, which you can do quite easily if you get an area with a lot of rocks or brick building.

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