Another week has rolled around and that means a new set of weekly challenges for Fortnite Battle Royale's Battle Pass. They don't always appear in the same locations, but we have a guide to finding Vending Machines. The vending machine would display each at a time and gradually rotate through them. Each vending machine also randomly selects a rarity and the costs are as follows. Even then you aren't guaranteed to find a Legendary Vending Machine if you encounter one at all.
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It's likely that Epic Games will now make them more common to help players complete the challenge.
The game recently added Vending Machines as interactive world objects, joining Loot Llamas, Chests and Ammo Boxes as objects that players can use during game play.
Items found in a Rare (blue) version will cost 300 materials.
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Higher tiers will require more materials, with Epic tier weapons, for example, costing a staggering 500 materials. The items that are sold will match the rarity that comes with it and there is no purchase limit.
Check Epic Games' website for the full patch notes.
On top of all of that, there will also be a number of different adjustments to other weapons, which will be getting First Shot Accuracy. 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.
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