Fortnite vending machines locations: Your guide to finding them all

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The locations are now spread out all over the island map and can be accessed on both the interior and shoreline of the island.

The Vending Machine Locations have been pinpointed on this map.

And while it might not be the flashiest addition to Battle Royale, the vending machines could have a major impact on the way the game is played.

It's likely that other players will start staking them out so they can add to their elimination tallies early on. From Tilted Towers to the outskirts of Wailing Woods, you'll find them all over the map. You can use your pickaxe to help sort through the machine's options. These vending machines can be found in every corner of the map.

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One of the trickier challenges this week asks players to "search the Hidden Gnome in different named locations" and requires players to do this seven times to complete the task.

Fortnite's iconic island is now dotted with vending machines, which will give you all kinds of guns and goodies in exchange for building resources. There is no limit to how many items one could purchase, provided the person could afford it.

That's all we know about Fortnite's Vending Machines so far, but we'll update this guide as more details emerge.

Fortnite is available now on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and iOS. Vending Machines should be live on all platforms. And that's all you need to know to find hidden gnomes in Fortnite Battle Royale and tick the challenge off the list. Tell us in the comments section!

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