Fortnite Ultimate Guide Vol.2

Fortnite Ultimate Guide Vol.2

Struggling to get a win in Battle Royale? Stuck on a mission in Save the World? You need the ultimate Guide to Fortnite. Our 132-page guide is bursting with hundreds of tips to boost your Fortnite skills. This Second Edition is fully updated with the game's new features.

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Dennis Publishing UK
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welcome to the fortnite ultimate guide

▪ Fortnite has been the biggest game in the world for the past couple of years. Every time a new battle royale game launches that threatens to topple it, Fortnite fights back with a fresh update that has everyone hooked all over again. Indeed, in the 12 short months since the first edition of this guide was released, half the map has changed, there’s a bevy of new weapons, a fleet of vehicles have been added to the game, and there’s a whole new mode that lets you build what the hell you like. We’ve covered all of these new developments in this second edition of the Ultimate Guide to Fortnite. We’ve explored all the new locations, fired all the new weapons and spent hours inside Creative Mode so we can help…

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game modes

▪ You’ve downloaded the game, stuck a new set of AAs in your controller, and you’re ready to kick buttocks… Now you’ve got a decision to make. Which game mode do you play? ▪ Fortnite Battle Royale has several different games modes, some of which are there permanently and others that come and go like Premier League managers. Here’s a full guide to the different game modes and what they involve. SOLO ▪ Solo is the most common game mode. As the name suggests, you’re on your own, battling it out with up to 99 other players on the map. No communication is allowed between players, and teaming up is strictly banned. ▪ Under the mini-map in the top right-hand corner of the screen, there’s a running total of the number of players still…

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finding your friends

▪ It’s a lonely life as an assassin. After all, if you keep popping bullets into people, it doesn’t exactly scream ‘please be my buddy’. However, we’ve all got real-life mates or online buddies who love a good Battle Royale session. So how do you get the gang together for a shooting match, even if they’re on a different console or device to you? We’ll show you how. STARTING A PARTY ▪ The most basic way to get a group game going is from the main menu. You’ll see your character in the second slot of the four on the main screen, plus three empty podiums waiting to be filled. Move the joystick over to one of the empty slots and you can open the Party Finder. ▪ The Party Finder lets you…

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battle pass and challenges

▪ Show skill and bravery on the battlefield in real life, and chances are someone will pin a few medals on you. The same’s sort of true in Battle Royale – the more skills you show, the better the rewards. So let us explain how the Battle Pass, challenges and the Season Level all work. BATTLE PASS ▪ On the main menu, you’ll see a tab for the Battle Pass. There are two different types of Battle Pass: the free tier and the paid-for one. ▪ If you play on the Free Pass (marked with the silver star), you’ll only collect rewards every so often, when you move up a few tiers. If you pay for that season’s Battle Pass (marked in gold), however, you’ll get a reward every time you move up…

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locker and item store

▪ Fortnite isn’t just about being the sharpest shooter – you’ve got to look sharp too. ▪ All those Battle Pass rewards you’re collecting have to be managed somewhere, and your Locker is the very place. If you can’t find what you’re looking for in your Locker, you might be able to pick up some new gear in the Item Store – but you’d better be quick if something catches your eye, as the stock doesn’t hang around for long. It’s like a Black Friday sale on Amazon. ▪ Here, we give you the full lowdown on the Locker and the Item Store, but please remember – all this stuff is purely cosmetic, it doesn’t give you any advantage in the game, and you don’t have to buy any of it! LOCKER ▪ The…

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▪ You might not have paid a penny to download Fortnite Battle Royale, but if you want to get yourself some bling, you may well end up having to shell out some cash. ▪ Fortnite doesn’t really deal in pounds and pence. Like many games, it has its own currency, called V-Bucks. You can buy V-Bucks for hard cash or you can earn them through gameplay. There are plenty of sites that will try and con you into earning ‘free V-Bucks’ too, but they’re almost always a scam. ▪ Here’s everything you need to know on the money. BUYING V-BUCKS ▪ By far the easiest way to get your hands on V-Bucks is to buy them. If you’re under 16, make sure you get a parent’s permission before making any in-app purchases. ▪ At the…