Fortnite Save the World has had a rough couple of weeks when it comes to performance issues, but that still hasn’t distracted players from asking key questions about the game’s future.
We already know that STW will not be released on either Mobile Phones or the Nintendo Switch.
Luckily, Epic Games recently reaffirmed their commitment to developing the game until it is complete, rather than abandoning it to focus solely on Battle Royale.
But that still doesn’t answer the question of when will Fortnite Save the World be free to play?
The hunt for a free code for the game is still high, based on how the V-Buck system works.
But the idea of new players joining just to farm for V-Bucks isn’t something that current players want.
So it will certainly be interesting when Epic Games does announce the release of Save the World as a free-to-play game.
This is still supposed to be happening in 2018, meaning that it will likely occur during season 6.
The new season 6 will run until near the end of the year and will provide Epic Games with the next chance of launching STW as F2P.
Right now it appears that the community is a little cautious when it comes to the subject, as it will bring both the benefits of fresh blood and the problems that come with that.
And from what Epic Games has shared about the start of season 6, the F2P revolution won’t start next week.
That’s when season 6 begins and will include a new event kicking off in Save the World.
There has been no mention made of the big F2P update, but there has been plenty of information provided on the start of the season.
Fortnite update 6.0 will be launched on Thursday, September 27.
Here’s the latest on what will be included in that patch, with the development team confirming: “In v6.0 (Thursday, 9/27) we will be introducing a mini event that we’re calling “Cram Session”.
“This event will not have any special llamas or tickets and will be focused on gathering resources to prepare for the events ahead.
“During Cram Session, you’ll earn increased rewards by Completing Miniboss Mission Alerts (Going back to 10 alerts for this event). These Alerts will grant double the normal amounts of XP, Evolution Materials, Perk Materials, and will grant Gold.
“Complete the four quest lines. These quests have ten stages each which grant significant one-time rewards on completion. (Hero/Schematic/Survivor XP, Evolution Materials, or Gold).”
Epic Games has also confirmed that fans can earn more slots and a free Llama by enabling 2FA on their account.
The rewards for adding two-form authentication to your account includes:
Epic Games have also promised to take Save the World F2P in 2018, but have yet to provide a plan on when they intend to do it.
The original Fortnite mode was announced to be following in the footsteps of Battle Royale by adopting the F2P this year, and the latest can be found on this official Epic Games website.
However, time is running out for the development team to start their intention and let the community plan for what comes next.
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