'Fortnite' vending machines should help to level the Battle Royale playing field

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The Vending Machines can be found "in many locations across the island". Even then you aren't guaranteed to find a Legendary Vending Machine if you encounter one at all.

The Vending Machines work by having players trade in materials that they are carrying for the weapons held within the machine. They act very similarly to treasure chests, which sometimes appear in their usual spot, but at other times they've vanished. Give it a few weeks and the hype will probably die down.

Each material type has a corresponding item that can also be exchanged for the vending machine will slowly cycle through each for you to choose from. Each vending machine also randomly selects a rarity and the costs are as follows. Considering the frantic and sometimes fast-moving games of Battle Royale, finding a vending machine can be a pain. The higher the rarity, the higher the price.

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That will make it feel a bit colder than the actual air temperature, with wind chills in the teens to start off Monday morning. Temperatures will hover just above freezing, with a high of 35 degrees expected Monday , followed by high of 33 on Tuesday .

"Fortnite Battle Royale is a 100-player PvP mode in Fortnite", explains the official website. I wouldn't call it "meta-changing", but it's certainly nice to have another use for all of those excess materials, which often end up getting wasted.

Items found in a Common (white) version will cost 100 materials. The players could see the specifics in the full patch notes on the web.

Fortnite version 3.4 dropped last week, bringing some new content and a number of big fixes with it, but today, Epic Games is tossing more into the mix. There's a random chance of a gnome spawning in a gap in the brick wall, so all you need to do is keep building those walls until they finally show up.