Fortnite's latest update brings vending machines


The vending machine would display each at a time and gradually rotate through them. One of the challenges this week requires players to find hidden gnomes in named locations on the map. Even then you aren't guaranteed to find a Legendary Vending Machine if you encounter one at all. After first being discovered through datamining, vending machines have been added to Battle Royale, offering players random deals and items when found.

Via a new official post, Epic Games has informed users of a couple of new features and schedule changes coming to Fortnite and its extremely popular Battle Royale multiplayer mode. There's also no limit to the number of items a vending machine can produce, so these certainly have the potential of producing some well-armed enemies if enough people find them.

But with Fortnite's new version 3.4 update players will be able to access a vending machine that exchanges materials for loot.

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For example, items found in a Common (white) version will cost 100 materials whereas items found in an Epic (purple) version will cost 400 materials.

Items found in an Uncommon (green) version will cost 200 materials. While there's plenty to pick from around the map, each vending machine is assigned a certain rarity at the start of a match, which means any items on offer will match that rarity. The vending machine will display one at a time and slowly rotate through them.

We'll update you as soon as Epic Games works on a further patch to make things right with the last one. As you can see, they are bound to come in rather handy.