The second season of Fortnite Chapter 3 is coming to a close, and while there are plenty of things to do, Epic Games has added an unexpected feature. You may use the Fortnite Shared Wallet to access your V-Bucks on several platforms. This tutorial describes how it works, as well as the exclusions and important points to remember.[RB]
We have guides for all Chapter 3 Season 2 weekly quests, Omni Chips to upgrade your Omni Sword, how to unlock Prowler, Star Wars quests with Lightsabers and E11 Blaster Rifles, and objectives like refueling a repair torch at a gas pump and using the sensor backpack to find an energy fluctuation if you need more help.
The following platforms are compatible with Shared Wallet in Fortnite:
- Cloud gaming services
For the time being, the functionality isn’t available on Switch, so bear that in mind before making any purchases if you plan on spending V-Bucks on more than just Nintendo’s device.
First and foremost, you must link your Epic Games account to your PlayStation or Xbox system. This may be done either online or on the console itself.
The methods to join your Epic Games account over the web are as follows:
- Go to the Epic Games website.
- Log in with your username and password.
- Select Account by hovering over your display name.
- Select Accounts — Connections.
- Choose Connect for the account you’d like to connect to your Epic account.
- Select Account Link.
- Sign in with your console account information in the pop-up box and approve the transaction.
- To complete, click Continue.
The methods to link your Epic Games account with your console are as follows:
- Start Fortnite on your preferred console.
- Choose an account to link (if this is your first time doing so)
- Use your phone or computer to enter the code on this website.
- Continue by logging into your Epic Games account.
- You’ll be all set once you receive the confirmation message.
Keep in mind that if you bought V-Bucks from the Microsoft or PlayStation stores, you’ll need to log into Fortnite on that device to get them before you can use them on other Shared Wallet platforms.
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As a reminder, the Switch does not support the Shared Wallet function, so you won’t be able to see your purchased V-Bucks. All V-Bucks you’ve earned through in-game challenges or the Battle Pass, as well as all Outfits and other cosmetic goods, are eligible. They will always appear, regardless of platform; only purchased V-Bucks are affected.
If you buy 1,000 V-Bucks on a PC, for example, you may use them on your PlayStation, Xbox, PC, Android, and cloud gaming services as long as your Epic Games account is correctly linked. Have a good time and spend wisely!