If you’re eager to acquire Optimus Prime in Fortnite and are dissatisfied with the sluggish pace of progress in the Chapter 4 Season 3 battle pass, it may be time to explore alternative avenues for earning XP, rather than relying solely on Battle Royale. And no, I’m not referring to Save the World. I’m referring to Creative mode.
Now, before you dismiss the idea, consider this: currently, by grinding XP in Creative mode, you can potentially earn around 10 levels per day if you understand the right methods to employ. Thanks to recent updates made to the mode, you can level up faster in Creative mode than in Battle Royale, which is particularly useful if you have completed all quests or simply desire a less stressful experience.
So here’s the deal: two significant changes occurred in Creative mode last season. First, Epic Games increased the daily XP cap to approximately five battle pass levels’ worth of XP. Second, Unreal Editor for Fortnite (UEFN) was introduced. Prior to the implementation of this new cap, the amount of XP attainable from Creative mode varied greatly on a daily basis. Some days, you could gain 3 or 4 levels, while other days, only 1 or 2. The XP you obtained from Creative appeared to be throttled over time based on the total XP accumulated. However, the current system consistently allows you to earn the set amount of XP each day, regardless of your playtime in Creative mode.
Furthermore, when UEFN launched in March, creators had no means of granting players XP. In order to encourage players to engage with the new UEFN maps, Epic Games devised a way to reward players with XP based on their time spent in these maps. However, the XP is not immediately received while playing the UEFN map. Instead, the game takes some time, possibly hours, to grant the accumulated XP to the player after their session has ended. This applies to all UEFN maps, ensuring equal XP gains across the board.
Because XP in UEFN operates under a different set of rules compared to XP in Creative 1.0 maps, it has a separate cap. By playing 1.0 maps, you can earn approximately five levels each day, and an additional five levels per day from UEFN maps. In total, that’s 10 levels a day from Creative mode, a significant increase from what was previously possible. It’s worth noting that this may change once UEFN gains XP tools for creators, so it’s wise to take advantage of the current XP opportunities.
Now, here’s the catch: this process is not incredibly fast. The speed at which you earn XP from 1.0 maps will depend on the amount of XP the creators have included (pro tip: popular maps tend to offer substantial XP gains), and in UEFN maps, it will take several hours to reach those five levels. Luckily, the AFK protection on UEFN XP is not very sophisticated. If you desire, you can load into a map, put a rubber band on your controller sticks, and let the game run for a while. When you return, log out, and wait for the game to grant you those levels.
It’s a win-win situation: Epic Games obtains playtime statistics, and we obtain our battle pass cosmetics at a quicker rate. Or should I say, a much quicker rate.
The products discussed here were independently chosen by our editors.
GameSpot may get a share of the revenue if you buy anything featured on our site.
Denial of responsibility! SamacharCentrl is an automatic aggregator of Global media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, and all materials to their authors. For any complaint, please reach us at – [email protected]. We will take necessary action within 24 hours.
Basant Kasayap is an entertainment aficionado who delves into the glitz and glamour of the entertainment industry. From Hollywood to Bollywood to regional cinema, she offers readers an insider’s perspective on the world of movies, music, and pop culture.