These Fortnite Players Are Getting Free V-bucks. Here’s Why

Free V Bucks
Free V Bucks

It is hard to believe that some players in Fortnite are getting free V-bucks, but yes, this news is verified. This offer is making other players eager to know the secret that how other players are getting v-bucks for absolutely free. After knowing that Fortnite is offering a whopping number of 1,000 v-bucks for free, their curiosity has heightened even more.

V-bucks are the in-game currency of Fortnite. Players can buy cosmetics, skins, and weapons in the game with the help of v-bucks. First of all, you must be aware that only the players having the paid edition of the Fortnite: Save the World game, are receiving 1,000 v-bucks for free.

How to get free V-bucks in Fortnite?

The first thing is clear. Players with the paid edition of Save the World are getting free v-bucks. Not only this, but one other mandatory thing is that players who have bought random loot boxes are getting the same. One can purchase random boxes with the trade of random items in the game.

Moreover, there is one more reason why some players are getting free v-bucks. The reason is Epic Games is offering free v-bucks ‘to settle a class-action lawsuit filed against it over loot boxes, as approved by the Superior Court of North Carolina’ according to the report by Engadget. This benefit is accessible by all players across the world.

The same report also says Epic has added V-bucks Llamas and X-ray Llamas in Save the World and Rocket League in 2019. Due to these additions, players were able to know about the things inside the boxes without even opening them. This proves to be impartial for other players. So, to resolve this, Epic is offering free V-bucks to the players of Save the World.

Twitter handle of Fortnite regarding this news reads as We’re dropping 1000 V-Bucks into the accounts of all players globally who bought a random item Loot Llama in STW before we stopped offering them. No action needed. If you purchased this item you should see the V-Bucks in your account over the next few days.”

Also Read: Guide: How to Turn on Cross-Platform in Fortnite on Xbox

Maninder Beniwal
Maninder, a guest writer on MoroEsports, is contributing to Mobile Esports and sharpening her skills in writing.
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