Epic Games have already confirmed that cross-progression is available in Fortnite, meaning fans can complete the new Challenges on both console, PC and mobile.
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The addition of Vending Machines to Fortnite follows the game's most recent update, which saw the inclusion of devastating new weaponry like guided missiles, new battle modes, graphical updates and bug fixes.
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Fortnite's iconic island is now dotted with vending machines, which will give you all kinds of guns and goodies in exchange for building resources. In the image Epic used as an example (above), players could trade in 500 pieces of wood to purchase a rocket launcher. "To switch items faster, hit the Vending Machine with your Pickaxe".
Epic has kept a pretty consistent update schedule for Fortnite, introducing a new patch almost every week. There are three different weapon choices per machine, one for each type of material. More importantly, balance changes are being implemented for weapons. There is a list of the new weapons to gain first shot accuracy. The week in-between will play host to "content updates" such as the one we're getting today. More information the people could check out what the full 3.4 update recently added as well as the recent PS4 patch that mistakenly turned out to be much bigger in size than intended.
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