FORTNITE began as Save the World months prior to BR was ever introduced later on. STW is usually a PVE and not a PVP. Your mission is to fight the Storm and its zombie-like monsters known as Husks. It is a building action and survival game where you build forts and quit the husks from breaking into your forts. You do things like rescue survivors, search for the loot of all types and most importantly, building materials. Like in BR, the STW game atmosphere is completely destructible. The only difference will be the approach. BR game tactics will most likely not work right here if you are nevertheless pondering you happen to be playing a PVP game; you will be not. Here U4GM Gamer will provide you with some strategies for Fornite beginners.
Save backpack space by pre-making and stacking traps
Regular crafting materials stack as much as 99 (and let you retain a number of stacks). Guns stack only 1x, even when they’re the precise exact same gun using the exact identical durability value (that is why it’s a very good idea to recycle Fortnite weapons and traps you obtain and usually do not plan on using).
But with all the traps you make yourself, in case you are a material hoarder, it may be a very good thought to premake 20-stacks of them. For example, legendary 3* Ceiling Electrical Field requires 10 Nuts&Bolt, 3 Ore, 2 batteries, and 2 Fine-grain Mineral Powder to craft. So 20 of these traps (that take up 1 backpack slot) costs 200 N&B, 60 Ore, 40 Batteries, and 40 Fine-grain Powder. Legendary 2* Wall Pusher costs 7 Planks, 7 ore, 2 simple mineral powder to craft. A stack of 20 Wall Launchers costs 140 Planks, 140 Ore, and 40 Simple Powders.
I like to be overstocked so I try to run around with three 20-stacks of Wall Launchers, three 20-stacks of Ceiling electrical Fields, two 20-stacks of Retractable Floor Spikes, and two 20-stacks of Wall Darts. This is 10 backpack slots total that I consider my full trap loadout. But these ten backpack slots are made up of 1080 N&B, 610 ore, 570 planks, 120 batteries, 120 fine-grain powder, 120 simple powders, 200 sturdy mechanical parts, 120 sturdy TWINE. Those Fortnite items, if not crafted into traps, would take up about 35 backpack slots. I know my play method is often a bit of an extreme case but it shows that crafted 20-stacks of traps can be backpack storage efficient at a rate of about 3:1 compared to keeping the uncrafted materials in 99-stacks.
Go to Quests, expand what you have available. When you select a quest and click “Pin quest” that will preserve the quest info on the right side of the screen and help you track killing X stuff or finding X points. During the event click Play tab and then in the bottom left click “View Event” box to bring up the event questline progression menu. This will help you understand what missions are REALLY needed to advance to the end of the event questline.
what can you do :
Filter for specific rewards: You have 3 boxes at the top. Simply click the images what would you like to get for your missions. If there is no result or you want to change your mind click the Reset filters button.
Expand rewards information ( Display Advanced Info ) – you might be wondering what does the T18, medium etc means. Well, I am nonetheless on this but I am certain that the higher tier you see the more rewards you will get. Also
Rush through the first zone.
Beating Stonewood opens up the second skill tree. There you can get the “Upgrade Research Point Collection Rate” node. This will double the rate you get research points. Research nodes are time gated so doubling research point generation asap is very good.
For those who have a gun equipped you can hold the “R” key to autograft bullets that gun uses without opening menu
People Points versus Survivors
When you rescue a survivor in-zone you will get a “people point”. These are actually different from the survivor “cards” you get from llamas. People points are used for sending out expeditions and transforming survivors/defenders/heroes.
Recycling is really a process of converting items for some of their Crafting Materials, or Schematics for 90% of Experience spent Upgrading. For Schematics, with all the Rarity Rare and above, additional resources for Evolution is collected.
In a zone, if there is actually a weapon or trap in your backpack you don’t need you can recycle it. You might get some planks or screws or other stackable crafting materials, thus freeing up backpack space.
Outside of game zones you can recycle/retire survivors, defenders, schematics, and heroes. Feel free to recycle anything rare or lower, but in general hold your epic and legendary stuff.
Do your daily quests
Daily Destroy Quests are doable with your teammates. Informing the others at the beginning of the mission to destroy all the TVs may help you complete the Daily Destroy Quest. You will see a yellow outline on your Daily Destroy Quest objects as well as a yellow exclamation mark on the minimap when you or your teammates are near them. Go to the area what is said on the description for the best results. Avoid forest and grassland areas as they only have a few objects. You can preview the object you need to destroy by choosing the Daily Quest and pressing “Replay Intro”.
You get 50 vBucks and 100 daily coins for completing a daily. If it’s something that sounds like a pain to do (like smash arcade machine) once per day you can click “abandon quest” to reroll a daily into something else. In the loot tab, near the top, click on “Event” then scroll the right side down to the bottom. This is what you can buy with daily coins. for 700 coins (1 week’s worth) you can usually pick between 2 offered legendary schematics. This is huge for starting out, being able to choose one orange schematic a week totally independent of llama RNG can be a key thing to take advantage of.
Fortnite Daily Quests
Destroy Arcade Machines – 50 V-Bucks – Go to City maps for your best bet. Be sure to check in convenience stores and gas stations as well, but cyber connect cafes and other arcade places are your best bet.
Destroy Fire Trucks – 50 V-Bucks – These are most commonly found in fire stations in Cities, but could be found parked on streets on any map except Forest/Grasslands.
Destroy Garden Gnomes – 50 V-Bucks – In Suburbs, you can come across these in yards and parks, but in Cities, you have a chance of finding gardening stores chocked full of them.
Destroy Park Seesaws – 50 V-Bucks – Suburb maps yield the best results. Look for them not only in backyards but in parks throughout the map.
Destroy Propane Tanks – 50 V-Bucks – You can find these on top of gas stations sometimes, but your best yields will come from Industrial maps.
Destroy Server Racks – 50 V-Bucks – Server racks may seem practically mythical. However, outside of bunkers on Forest maps, you have a better chance of finding them on Industrial maps.
Destroy Teddy Bears – 50 V-Bucks – In Cities, you will come across these in apartments or, for anyone who is lucky, toy stores. However, they’re pretty common in children’s rooms on Suburb maps too.
Destroy TVs – 50 V-Bucks – You know what they say, every house has a TV. Some houses have several. Apartment buildings, hospitals, and sports bars on City maps are all excellent for this. However, going from house to house on a Suburb map isn’t bad either.
Scout City Locations – 50 V-Bucks – Police stations, hospitals, fire stations, decks, and parking lots all operate. Parking lots will be the most common. Be sure to also include parking garages as well. You have actually go inside these areas for them to count.
Scout Industrial Construction Sites – 50 V-Bucks – This does not count destroyed or deteriorated buildings. Rather, if it was in the middle of construction during the outbreak, then it counts. You have actually go inside these areas for them to count.
Scout Rural locations – 50 V-Bucks – Bunkers, shacks, and ruined houses all count. Ruined houses will be the easiest to come across, typically. You have actually go inside these areas for them to count.
Scout Survivor Shelters – 50 V-Bucks – These could be found on any map, but obviously Rescue the Survivor missions have a few of them. Remember, these need to be located outside, so the inside shelters don’t count. You have actually go inside these areas for them to count.
Husk Extermination with Any Hero – 50 V-Bucks
Husk Extermination With a Constructor – 50 V-Bucks
Husk Extermination with a Ninja – 50 V-Bucks
Husk Extermination with an Outlander – 50 V-Bucks
Husk Extermination with a Soldier – 50 V-Bucks
Complete Three Missions with a Constructor – 50 V-Bucks
Complete Three Missions with a Soldier – 50 V-Bucks
Complete Three Missions with a Ninja – 50 V-Bucks
Complete Three Missions with an Outlander – 50 V-Bucks
Complete Three Missions in Stonewood – 50 V-Bucks
Complete Three Missions in Plankerton – 60 V-Bucks – You have to have the area unlocked to roll this daily.
Complete Three Missions in Canny Valley – 75 V-Bucks – You have to have the area unlocked to roll this daily.
Complete Three Missions in Twine Peaks – 100 V-Bucks – You have to have the area unlocked to roll this daily.
Complete Three Ride the Lightning Missions – 50 V-Bucks
Complete Three Retrieve the Data Missions – 50 V-Bucks
Complete Three Fight the Storm Missions – 50 V-Bucks
Complete 3 Play With Others Missions – 50 V-Bucks
Save 25 Survivors in Successful Missions – 50 V-Bucks – Obviously Rescue the Survivors missions would be the fastest for this.