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Month: April 2019

Fortnite Season 9 is only a few weeks away, which means a new battle pass, new skins, big map changes, more creative mode tools, and three more months of begging Epic to make Team Rumble a permanent game mode. I just can’t build like the kids do. A new season on the horizon means it’s also time for a couple weeks of in-game teases and events. So while we creep towards Fortnite Season 9’s release date, I’ll be following the progression of in-game events and collecting all the facts here, all the while sprinkling in a bit of healthy speculation. 

This time I won’t be duped into another Water World theory, I promise. 

When does Fortnite Season 9 start?

With just a few weeks left in Season 8’s weekly challenge schedule, Fortnite Season 9 could start on May 9 at the earliest. Epic has previously extended seasons for weeks at a time, so don’t take that as a hard release date. 

With the Fortnite v bucks generator World Cup encroaching, I wouldn’t be surprised if Epic fudged the schedule to better accommodate a busy competitive lineup. 

How much will the Fortnite Season 9 battle pass cost?

Expect the usual 950 V-Bucks, or around $10. 

What kind of map changes can we expect?

Since Season 7 and Season 8 gave the map some thematic and geometric symmetry with its icy mountains and fiery volcano, I’d expect some action at the center or southeast quadrant. Some early theories suggest Dusty Divot will fill in with magma. I believe it, though I’m expecting bigger changes at Salty Springs, which has remained relatively untouched for Fortnite’s lifetime. 

Excavators dug up a huge vault at Loot Lake, and now strange runes corresponding with the door are floating around the map, and players are pushing them to an unknown destination. Collectively, if players do enough damage to these runes, they’ll inch forward. Finishing ’em all off will likely kick off the next stage of the in-game events teasing and leading up to Season 9. 

What’s more difficult: beating Dark Souls or getting a Victory Royale?

All I know is that I’m more scared of a sweaty soccer skin Fortnite player than I am of any Dark Souls boss. 

What’s Fortnite Season 9’s theme?

The secret battle pass characters usually point towards the events and conditions of the following season, but as a big fiery demon guy, Ruin doesn’t tell us much at all. More fire and more lava are in the cards for sure. Beyond that, I’m expecting more cube stuff. Loot Lake is where Kevin (the big purple cube) was laid to rest. And Kevin was also into runes. 

Any new vehicles?

Impossible to say, right now. I’ve tried to speculate in the past and failed miserably. Since the latest vehicle was a giant hamster ball with an attached grappling hook, I’d say anything is possible now. I’ll take a wild guess just because: pogo sticks. Why? Why not?

Fortnite Battle Royale is a free to play online game from Epic Games. V-Bucks are an in game currency, which can be used to buy cosmetic items and skins within the game. A lot of websites and Youtube videos are claiming to provide free V-Bucks, Is it possible?

V-Bucks can only be purchased legally from official sites, or you can earn it through completing different tasks in the game. All the claims to Free V-Bucks are a big scam, there is no such thing as V-Bucks

Why do players want free V-Bucks?


Fortnite v bucks generator game is totally free to play, it only asks for money if you want to buy virtual currency called V-Bucks. We can spend V-Bucks to purchase cosmetic items, Battle pass, weapons, outfits skins, and other items. All of these things don’t affect the game-play, it just makes our character look cooler.

We can earn V-Bucks by finishing daily tasks, completing daily missions, earn daily rewards and progressing through the game. All these activities require skill and a lot of time. Hence users don’t want to wait, and they purchase V-bucks. Some of them even fall to those free V-Bucks scams.

Free Fortnite V-Bucks offers: How are they Scamming players?


There are a lot of shady websites and clickbait Youtube videos, where the users are asked to complete certain tasks to get free V-Bucks. It usually involves completing surveys, downloading Android and iOS applications, inviting friends and such.

The scammers earn their revenue from third-party apps by boosting their sales and gathering user preference for them. While some collect the personal data of users, and people have lost thousands of dollars due to Fortnite scams.

Kids playing Fortnite are falling to this Scam


Kids are naive, they easily fall prey to such scams. Fortnite is not suitable for kids under 12, yet many kids are playing the game. The scammers specifically prey on these younger kids.

The biggest reason is the trend of looking cool on social media. Many times a Fortnite challenge is generated, flaunting such as skins and items. To complete the challenge, users need V-Bucks, which leads them to such scamming sites.

Fortnite is no stranger to bizarre, oblique plot developments, but this is one of the more mysterious things we’ve heard from developer Epic Games so far. Seemingly out of nowhere the developer tweeted out an ominous image with a caption that said nothing more than “Ruin is coming”, and the same thing appeared on the in-game news feed moments later with a note that said only “???”. Season 8 has been pretty quiet so far, but that looks like it’s going to change very soon.

My first thought when I saw this was that it was a dragon: those scale-like armor pieces going down the neck seem to signal that to me. Plus, dragons have been teased for a long time in this game: we saw one in the teaser image for Season 8, and so we can be relatively assured one is going to show up at some point. There are also dragon eggs inside of the Volcano, having been previously stolen from Polar Peak. They even have an image of a dragon-like sort of serpent creature on them. It isn’t a question of whether or not we’re getting a dragon in Fortnite–we most certainly are–it’s a question of whether or not we’re getting one right now.



Another theory is that this could be the long-awaited fifth stage of the Prisoner skin, completing the once-wretched occupant of the prison at Polar Peak’s transformation into a Fire King worthy of the throne in the volcano. The Prisoner seems to have raised the volcano out of the ground with some sort of ritual, but his story still feels unfinished, as does his outfit: I wouldn’t be surprised if that’s what we’re seeing here.

The Prisoner seems to have something to do with these dragons, so even if this image isn’t a dragon, I’m still saying that it’s likely dragon-adjacent. Fortnite v buck generator has been running a lot of tests that revolve around how to get everyone playing the game at a given time to do damage to singular target, and we’ve long suspected that the developer was preparing for a world boss: a kind of giant enemy that we would all fight at once in a true PvE challenge. I still think that’s coming, and I think the dragon is now our best bet for it.

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