One of those changes this week was an alteration to the amount of XP gains players are getting from the game

Fortnite is doing an annoying new thing where they don’t issue patch notes, which normally list changes to the game every week or so and talk about why those decisions were made. That seems utterly baffling for a game like this, as high profile as this, so I hope it’s not a permanent trend.

One of those changes this week was an alteration to the amount of XP gains players are getting from the game. Namely, it seemed like it was going to be close to physically impossible to hit rank 100 by the end of the season without playing 1000+ games, but now Epic has stepped in and changed some values to make it easier.

Namely, what fans have gathered is that the amount of XP gained from both punch cards and challenges has been changed.

Punch Cards: Used to give 24,000 XP per day, now give 96,000

Challenges: Used to give 140,000 XP per week, now give 540,000 (up from 14,000 to 54,000 per challenge)

What that means in practice is that the 8 million or so XP you need to get by season’s end is a lot easier to obtain fortnite v buck generator. Without the actual XP from matches themselves, you can get 60 tiers from punch cards and ~45 tiers from challenges, which will take you past 100 by themselves. Granted, that’s a punch card a day, but it’s better than the 15-16 matches required per day that the non-buffed XP system required before this change.

Keep in mind that these new changes are not for challenges that have alrea

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