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EVENTS

EVENTS WHICH REWARD V-BUCKS IN FORTNITE STW

Fortnite events used to grant a lot of V-Bucks, but the last event that did was Road Trip back in 2018. It’s worth noting that some events more than double Mini-Boss missions to increase V-Bucks income during the event. Events have had their own separate questlines and even progression systems.

Events have introduced new heroes, weapons, traps and survivors and have granted free legendaries as well as V-Bucks when completed. Event store changes with each event. During the events you will earn event specific currency to buy Event Llamas with. Heroes, schematics and other items are this way earned for free without the need of V-Bucks. Normal V-Buck bought Llamas reward you with the current event’s currency. New Collection Book sections have appeared for the new items.

V-BUCKS AS EVENT QUEST REWARDS

Sadly, the last event that granted free V-Bucks was Road Trip back in 2018 and events have recycled since.

BLOCKBUSTER

April 15 – June 30, 2020

There were no V-Bucks on the Events’s questlines.

NO DANCING & SCHOOL OF HARD KNOX + CRAM SESSION

February 20 – April 15, 2020

There were no V-Bucks on the Events’s questlines.

HOLLY JOLLY RANSOM & FROSTNITE EVENTS

December 12, 2019 – February 20, 2020

There were no V-Bucks on the Events’s questlines.

FORTNITEMARES 2019 EVENTS

October 22 – December 12, 2019

There were no V-Bucks on the Events’s questlines.

THE LONG ROAD HOME & HIT THE ROAD

Hit the Road started August 1, 2019 with the patch v10.00.

The Long Road Home started August 27, 2019 with the patch v10.20.

Get ready for some high intensity road trip action as you assist Quinn and company in broadcasting her Song of the Summer. You never know what challenges and obstacles you may find along the way, and getting there is half the adventure. Load up the van and gather your group because it’s time to Hit the Road! The Long Road Home questline rewards Gold, Event Tickets, a choice of new legendary ranged weapons, and a brand new Constructor Hero. Rad Llamas can be purchased from the Item Store for 500 Hit the Road Tickets. There were no V-Bucks on the Events’s questline.

BEYOND THE STELLAR HORIZON + TALES OF BEYOND + WARGAMES

May 9 – August 1, 2019

Lok claims to have met a strange visitor unlike anyone or anything Homebase has ever seen. Join the hunt to find Lok’s monster in Tales of Beyond! Introducing Wargames, take part in new and unique Stormshield mission Simulations to put your skills to the test! Revisit your Storm Shield bases and test your defenses against some destructive and challenging simulations. Join the cast and crew of Beyond the Stellar Horizon as the VSS Gallant takes flight once more. There were no V-Bucks on the Events’s questline.

LOVE STORM + YARRR!

February 28 – May 9, 2019

Love is in the air – everybody run! Homebase has fallen victim to a virulent love outbreak, and it’s up to Ray and company to break it off before things get too serious. Ahoy Mateys! Join our Heroes and complete the “Yarrr!” Questline to earn event themed rewards. There were no V-Bucks on the Event’s questline. Mutant Storm mission alerts were more numerous.

SIDE QUESTS

SIDE QUESTS WHICH REWARD V-BUCKS IN FORTNITE

There are a lot of Side Quests and Challenges in Fortnite (Save the World). Some of them grant bacon, experience or other items and some reward you with V-Bucks. Challenges are repetitive for a few times. Progressing in the main questline grants new Challenges and Side Quests. Eventually, you will run out of Challenges and the V-Buck income from them is lost. Side Quests features finding Shielder data samples and completing Storm Shield Defenses up to level 10 after completing each area. Stonewood, Plankerton, Canny Valley and Twine Peak questline end after 6 Storm Shield Defenses leaving behind a 6 level Storm Shield.

List of all known Side Quests which grant V-Bucks.

  • Lok’s Book of Monsters – Gather sample data of a specific type of husk in successful missions. Some reward you with V-Bucks.
  • Lok’s Book of Monsters: Floating Freaks – Gather 20 pieces of Shielder Data in successful missions. 100 V-Bucks reward.
  • Stonewood/Plankerton/Canny Valley/Twine Peaks Storm Shield Defense 7-10 (outside of Main Questline). 100 V-Bucks reward for each completion. 10th Storm Shield Defense of each area rewards 150 V-Bucks.

REPETITIVE CHALLENGES

List of all Challenges which grant V-Bucks in Fortnite. Every challenge come in 20 stages, later stages need more work to be completed.

  • Mission Accomplished! – Complete X missions. 50 V-Bucks are rewarded for each stage completion. Repetitive 20 times.
  • Hold The Door! – Complete X Storm Shield Defenses. 50 V-Bucks are rewarded for each stage completion. Repetitive 20 times.
  • Toxic Treasures – Destroy X Mimics in successful missions. 30 V-Bucks are rewarded for each stage completion. Repetitive 20 times.

You can earn total of 2600 V-Bucks over time just from the StW Challenges. Other challenges are “Eldritch Abominations” which grant an Active Powercell for killing Mist Monsters and “Leave No One Behind” which grant 10 Bacons and good amounts of Survivor XP for saving survivors.

MAIN QUESTLINE

MAIN QUESTLINE AREAS IN FORTNITE

Main Questline is divided to 4 different areas. You will unlock the next area after completing a set amount of quests. There are 6 Storm Shield Defense quests on each area’s questline, regardless of how many quests the area has. Storm Shield Defense quests grant 100 V-Bucks, making it a total of 600 V-Bucks for completing each area’s questline. In addition, Storm Shield Defense 7, 8, 9 and 10 will appear as Side Quests when you play the game further. Storm Shield Defense 10 grants 150 V-Bucks, making it a total of 1050 V-Bucks for each area.

Stonewood‘s questline consists of 34 quests. Stonewood’s 1st, 9th, 16th, 23th, 28th and 34th quests are Storm Shield Defenses missions.

Plankerton‘s questline consists of 51 quests and therefore Storm Shield Defense missions are not as frequent as in Stonewood.

Canny Valley‘s questline consists of 81 quests and therefore Storm Shield Defense missions are not as frequent as in Stonewood or Plankerton.

Twine Peaks‘s questline consists of 98 quests and therefore Storm Shield Defense missions are not as frequent as in the previous areas.

BENEFITS OF PROGRESSING IN STW

In addition to Storm Shield Defense missions with V-Buck rewards, you will also unlock new areas and expand your Storm Shields as you progress. Your Storm Shield will expand and reveal more mission spots after each successful Storm Shield Defense mission. You will also get Challenges and Side Quests which some grant V-Bucks, each zone will feature 4 more Storm Shield Defense missions as Side Quests. There are a few area specific Daily Quests which may be obtained after reaching the area. Unlocking new areas improve the chances of finding V-Buck reward Timed Missions. See Timed Missions to see all missions in Fortnite right now and more!

TIMED MISSIONS

TIMED MISSIONS TRACKING IN FORTNITE

Fortnite StW (Save the World) features Timed Missions which grant bonus rewards like evolution materials, experience, schematics, heroes, defenders, survivors, perk resources or V-Bucks. Each Timed Mission’s bonus reward can be claimed once on completion. Timed Missions are marked on the map with a clock sign and the missions rotate every 24 hours. There are a few types of Timed Missions but only Mini-Boss missions can reward V-Bucks. Mini-Boss missions are also known as Mini-Boss Mission Alerts or just Mission Alerts. You can view the current Mini-Boss Mission Alerts in Fortnite above!

V-Bucks as a Mini-Boss mission reward is pretty common and not possible as regular mission rewards. The rewards are 25-40 V-Bucks on a single mission and the missions change once every day. Completing the same mission again will not grant you the bonus reward. Other types of Timed Missions like Storm missions can only reward evolution materials as the bonus reward. Elemental Storm missions reward elemental perk resources for their respective elements. Events have also featured their own types of Timed Missions.

Looking for other mission types? View all current missions tracking page for Mega Alert, Group, Storm and other missions!

UNLOCKING NEW AREAS AND TIMED MISSIONS IN FORTNITE STW

Progressing on your main questline will eventually unlock new areas with more missions to play. Each Storm Shield Defense on your questline will reveal more mission spots on that area. You begin the game from Stonewood and need to complete the questline of 34 quests to unlock Plankerton. You will gain access to Canny Valley after completing Plankerton questline. The final area you unlock is Twine Peaks. Each area is significantly harder than the last one and more quests are needed for the next area. High V-Buck rewards are more often found from harder areas. In addition to the new mission spots, you will also unlock different types of missions, materials and daily quests as you progress.

On top of the page you can see the current Mini-Boss Mission Alerts including the rewards without launching the game, fetched directly from Save the World servers every 15 minutes. No matter where the V-Buck reward mission is, there will be a lot of people completing it for the free V-Bucks.

HISTORY OF SAVE THE WORLD MISSION ALERTS

The amount of Mission Alerts available past Stonewood was doubled to six and Mini-Bosses were added to all of them in patch v2.3 and so the name changed to Mini-Boss Mission Alerts. Patch v3.4 refocused Mini-Boss Mission Alerts towards Transform Keys and high-rarity items and removed crafting ingredients from the reward list. These changes seem to raise the V-Bucks mission reward amount from 15-30 to 25-40 V-Bucks. After patch v3.5 Mini-Boss Mission Alerts can no longer be selected in Stonewood and Plankerton if you have not unlocked the mission the alert is attached to but can still access it with a higher-level party. Perk resources were added to the reward pool in patch v4.2. Some events have more than doubled the amount of missions for the duration of the event. Patch v9.00 removed the daily cap of 3 mission alerts and changed the rotation schedule from 6 hours to every 24 hours.

LOGIN REWARDS

LOGIN REWARDS FOR FREE V-BUCKS IN FORTNITE

List of every Daily Login Reward that grant V-Bucks in Fortnite. Save the World’s Daily Login Rewards include V-Bucks for early access founders, rare to legendary items, Llamas, evolution materials, XP Boosts and People. 1000 V-Bucks are rewarded on login day 336 and 800 V-Bucks on day 112 and 224. Login Rewards grant total of 10 000 V-Bucks in 336 days (~30 V-Bucks/day) and after day 336 the cycle starts again from day 1. Fortnite’s Battle Royale doesn’t feature Daily Login Rewards.

DAY REWARD
11 50
28 300
35 150
49 150
56 300
70 150
77 150
84 300
91 150
98 150
105 150
112 800
119 150
126 150
133 150
140 300
147 150
154 150
161 150
168 300
175 150
182 150
DAY REWARD
189 150
196 300
203 150
210 150
217 150
224 800
231 150
238 150
245 150
252 300
259 150
266 150
273 150
280 300
287 150
294 150
301 150
308 300
315 150
322 150
329 150
336 1000

OTHER GREAT REWARDS FROM DAILY LOGINS

There are other great rewards on specific days. These great rewards include Legendary Heroes, Legendary Hero and Survivor Transform Keys. In addition, login rewards have Upgrade Llamas around once a week.

DAY REWARD
21 Legendary Hero Transform Key
63 Legendary Survivor Transform Key
81 Legendary Survivor Transform Key
100 Legendary Hero Transform Key

GET THE MOST OUT OF LOGIN REWARDS

Remember to login every day to make it to the V-Buck rewarded days faster. In addition to the V-Buck reward days there are Llamas, schematics and more which you can use to level up your Collection Book. Daily Login streak is not lost when you miss the login from one day, you will continue from the same one the next day.

DAILY QUESTS

Graph of Daily Quests with estimation of how easy, fast and luck based the Daily Quest is. Daily Quests reward you with 50-100 V-Bucks and 100 Daily Coins. Daily Quests are very rarely done on a single mission. You will automatically acquire Daily Quest every day after completing the tutorial when logging in. You can replace a Daily Quest with another once a day. Use the graph below to determine if your Daily Quest is worth to keep!

New types of Daily Quests were added in 12.20 update on March 17. Zone-specific Mission Specialist quests were removed but class-based ones now got 60 V-Bucks as the reward.

  • Exploration Party – Fully explore 3 zones in successful missions: 50 V-Bucks and 240 gold
  • Mission Specialist (Any Hero) – Complete 3 missions: 50 V-Bucks and 240 gold
  • Mission Veteran (Any Hero) – Complete 5 missions: 100 V-Bucks and 400 gold
  • Playing It Safe – Loot a Safe in a successful mission: 50 V-Bucks and 240 gold
  • Lost Treasures – Loot 5 Treasure Chests in successful missions: 50 V-Bucks and 240 gold

TIPS AND TRICKS FOR DAILY QUESTS

Daily Destroy Quests are doable by your teammates. Informing the others at the beginng 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 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”.

Daily Discovery Quests were added in patch V.1.10. Explore the zones to find specific locations. You need to enter the location by yourself because team mate found locations do not count.

In Husk Extermination Quests you need to kill husks or damage them before slain. You will progress on your Husk Extermination Quest if your teammate finishes the husk of any type or the mist monster you have damaged. The Quest can be done on any difficulty and in any zone or even Storm Shield Defenses.

Patch V.1.11 removed A Little Van That Could, Gate Crasher (Storm Chaser) and Data Retrieval from the Daily Quest pool as well as added Daily Coins to all Daily Quest rewards.

Patch v4.3 (May 30th) added new Husk Extermination (Melee, Assault Rifle, Shotgun, Sniper Rifle, Pistol and Trap) and “Build the Radar Tower” daily quests. The patch also lowered objective counts required for specific Destroy, Discovery, and Extermination Daily Quests.

Keep in mind that all the Daily Quests can be done on any difficulty. The Battle Royale game mode has it’s own separate Daily Quests which reward no V-Bucks. For more tips and tricks see the tips page.