Millions of gamers around the globe praise the exciting gameplay that Fortnite offers. As an online multiplayer game, it offers gamers the chance to interact and compete with one another. For most Fortnite players, character upgrade is often the primary motivation to play. But, as in many other games, upgrades come with a cost. It’s in the form of in-game currency. For Fortnite, it’s V-Bucks.
V-Bucks is the virtual money a player gets to spend on items and upgrades in the Fortnite world. While many players spend real world cash for V-Bucks, there are of course ways to earn it without spending money.
The surest and fastest way for earning V-Bucks while keeping your pockets untouched is by playing Fortnite Save the World. It is one of Fortnite’s game modes that allow gamers to play through campaigns and quests. These quests build around Fortnite’s storyline or lore. It’s the game’s PVE mode.
You must pay to play Fortnite Save the World. But, that’s the only time when you have to spend money. Once you are logged in Save the World, several playing modes are available to you. You can play through all these, from daily quests, mission alerts, to major story quests. All these will earn you V-Bucks.
Here are some of the ways in which you can earn V-Bucks in Fortnite Save the World.
Doing Daily Quests
The first way to earn V-Bucks in Fortnite Save the World is by playing daily quests. This feature is accessed through the quest tab. Daily quests involve simple missions that will need you to do different things. It may range from destroying world objects (trucks, TV’s, and even teddy bears!); discovering areas; killing husks (the game’s zombie-like mobs); and building structures from materials you have acquired. You can do three daily quests per day and receive 50 V-Bucks for each, allowing you to earn up to 150 V-Bucks in a day!
Playing Mission Alerts
Mission alerts are probably the most practical way of earning V-Bucks. They are given and are reset every six hours in a day. Players can earn 25 -40 V-bucks per mission, plus other bonus rewards. Similar to daily quests, mission alerts have a maximum cap of 3 (missions) for bonus rewards. The good thing about it though, is that at certain events, it’s doable for up to ten times.
Storm Shield Defense (SSD)
SSD or Storm Shield Defense is also a great way of earning V-Bucks. It’s featured by the game’s main questline and rewards up to 100 V-Bucks plus skill points. This feature offers a lot of quest choices. In some of these, materials and items are also rewarded. This is also the way for expanding areas to explore in Save the World. This gives more mission opportunities and more chances for V-Bucks.
If you think you can’t cope up with playing all through the quests daily, you don’t have to fret. Sometimes, all it needs to earn V-Bucks is by regularly logging in. Yes! The game will reward you 150-800 V-Bucks for just logging in.
As you may now realize, there are plenty of ways to earn V-Bucks in Fortnite. Just course through Save the World. You will be surprised with how much upgrade you can make with the V-Bucks that you earn.