Fortnite's Save the World mode will now display the contents of the serve boxes. Previously in this mode, you could buy booty boxes, but you never knew what you would probably get when you opened them. The Fortnite v7.30 update is introducing in-game changes that make loot boxes much more transparent. Fortnite's Save the World The V-Buck Llamas (serve boxes) are now called X-Ray Llamas, which show the contents of the boxes before you open them. The game also implemented duplicate prevention, which means there is a much better chance of getting weapons or items that you do not already own.
This new system of service at Fortnite is much fairer. According to developer Epic Games, X-Ray Llamas prices remain the same. Epic claims that any items can even be found on the cheaper llamas in the game, which cost 50 V-Bucks (the Fortnite coin in the game). With the new system installed, you can easily expect your favorite item to be available on a low price serve and buy it for a cheap price instead of playing a guessing game with llamas.
Fortnite's Save the World mode will allow you to win llamas through the game, which means that nothing changes except the fact that you now know what you are getting in each serving box. The company says that if your llama finds an extremely rare weapon, it will ensure that you receive one that you do not already have (unless you have all such weapons).
This change does not affect llamas you gain through the game. Finally, Epic Games also announced that Save the World players will receive five Free Flame Upgrade Chips to give the new system a chance. The company added that the X-Ray Llamas are updated every day in the Fortnite Items Store.
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