Fortnite: How To Get More V-Bucks

Load up on cosmetic item by securing a hefty load of Fortnite V-Bucks.


Fortnite has become such a popular title that its even giving PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds a run for its money when it comes to active and concurrent players. People just can't get enough of Epic Games and People Can Fly's co-op title, and a lot of that lasting appeal comes down to a number of unlockable and upgradeable goodies. Toward this front, players can make use of Vindertech Bucks, or V-Bucks, in order to purchase items from the Vindertech store. Some of the items can be costly, however, so we've got a few tips on how Fortnite players can increase their supply of V-Bucks.

How To Earn More V-Bucks In Fortnite

One of the simplest ways to earn V-Bucks in Fortnite is to simply claim them as part of daily login rewards. Each day that users log in to the game they'll be given a daily reward, and there's a good chance that the reward will contain a number of V-bucks. Checking in daily will also allow players to keep fresh on the most recently-featured daily and weekly quests, the likes of which will offer up their own rewards upon completion. Since rewards fluctuate between items like Heroes or Schematics, there's no guarantee that V-Bucks will drop, but daily and weekly quests are still a great way to stay on top of the game otherwise.

Players can also earn V-Bucks by leveling up their Collection Book. To do so, they'll need to add Heroes and other items to it — just be aware that doing so will permanently consume the items. However, upon gaining enough experience to level up the Collection Book, players will receive a random reward which could potentially be a number of V-Bucks. Beyond this, players can also level up their Battle Pass within battle royale mode, the likes of which will unlock different goals, each of which offering up different rewards.

Lastly, and perhaps most obviously, players can stock up on V-Bucks by straight-up buying them with real-world cash. A set of 1000 V-Bucks costs $10, and V-Buck bundles provide increasing amounts of currency the more the player is willing to spend, topping out at 13,500 V-Bucks for $100.

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