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  • Fortnite's free V-bucks are half-off right now, even though that is a bit of a contradiction in terms. How can free V-Bucks be half off? Is not zero divided by 2 still zero? Yes, on a technical level, that is accurate. But the world of V-buck farming is somewhat irrational to start with, and so we're going to throw this basic concept from the window. The capability to acquire totally free V-bucks by purchasing Fortnite: Save the World is half off now, down from $39.99 for $19.99 for the normal edition.

    Here is the gist of what I mean here. Fortnite: Battle Royale, which is the edition of Fortnite that most everyone is playing, has no real way to get free V-Bucks. The only way to get V-bucks given to you in-game would be to buy the conflict pass and rate it up.

    And if you did get marginally more V-bucks than you put in by doing so, it's not much. Fortnite: Battle Royale and Fortnite: Save Your World discuss V-bucks as a premium money, nevertheless, and Save the World is much more liberal with its free V-Bucks, that is why Battle Royale players head on over to this way to farm them.

    The catch has always been that you must pay upfront for Save the World, despite the fact that you can finally make the math work by farming V-bucks. That mathematics gets a great deal more friendly with this discount, and you can essentially turn a V-buck profit just by amassing the sign-in bonus for 100 days. And you'll be able to get far more than this by actually signing in and completing assignments.

    So is it worth it? It is always kind of fun to farm premium tools, at least if you're the kind that enjoys making slow, steady advancement. And, needless to say, Save the World is a game unto itself: it is a combined PvE zombie survival affair.

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