Fortnite Buffs Chapter 3 Season 3 XP Gain Following Massive Player Complaints

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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Credit: Epic Games

Epic Games has decided to buff the XP gained for Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 after many players raised concerns.

Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 is finally here, and the name of the new update is Vibin. The whole update resembles a chill and party theme. The new POI, Reality Tree, feels like a colorful party center. Ballers have made a comeback and are arguably one of the most fun vehicles in the game. Players can ride wild animals in the new update making them more than just pieces of meat.

Additionally, many players are celebrating the vaulting of the Drum Shotgun, which was kind of game-breaking according to a part of the Fortnite community. Instead of its place, Epic Games has introduced a new Two-Shot Shotgun. Additionally, we got the Hammer Assault Rifle and DMR weapons.

But, some Fortnite players noticed that the amount of XP gained this season was slower than the previous season. Additionally, through some Fortnite leakers and data miners, we learned that the XP requirement for each Battle Pass level was increased from 75,000 to 80,000. So, a part of the community was worried about maxing out their Chapter 3 Season 3 Battle Pass.

But recently, Epic Games announced that they are already aware of the XP issues this season and have taken steps.

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Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 XP Buff:

The official Fortnite Status Twitter account recently made an announcement on Twitter regarding the XP buffs. According to the statement, All XP accolades such as Eliminations, Discovering POIs, Opening Chests will now offer double XP. All players will also have a boost of Supercharged XP.

The Tweet reads,

“We’ve heard your concerns about XP. While there’s new quests in 21.10 and events to earn XP all summer, we also want to make things feel better now.

So we’ve doubled Accolade XP, as well as granted players a boost of Supercharged XP, to keep the good vibes going!”

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.