Fortnite: Wild Week #4 – Spend Those Bars On Discounted Items

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Fortnite: Wild Week #4 – Spend Those Bars On Discounted Items

Learn everything you need to know about Wild Week #4 in Fortnite Chapter 2 – Season 7.

The final Wild Week of Fortnite Chapter 2 – Season 7 is live, and it’s a fire sale. Epic brought back this concept from Season 6, which highlights unique in-game features for about seven days. Thus far, Epic has emphasized suppressed weapons, mobility items and high-tech weapons.

Wild Week #4 puts gold bars into the spotlight. Players would be wise to spend their hard-earned gold bars from now until Sunday, September 12, since the currency will not carry over to the next season. Let’s see what the final Wild Week offers as we approach the end of Chapter 2 – Season 7.

Wild Week #4 – Spend Your Bars

Epic Games has slashed prices on Exotic weapons and other purchasable items via vending machines and vendors. Players can expect a 50% reduction on Fortnite’s various Exotics, such as the Storm Scout Sniper and Night Hawk Pistol. Additionally, there will be other discounts offered at vending machines and non-player characters (NPCs).

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Here are the updated Exotic weapon costs during this fire sale:

  • Night Hawk – 200 gold – Sold by Guggimon in Retail Row
  • Storm Scout Sniper – 250 gold – Sold by Riot on Yellow Steel Bridge
  • Shadow Tracker – 200 gold – Sold by Maven at Dinky Dish
  • Marksman Six Shooter – 200 gold – Sold by Abstrakt at Retail Row

Wild Week #4 will most likely end on Sunday, September 12, given the planned live season-ending event. So, make sure you expend all of your resources and empty your inventory of all of the gold bars before the new season starts!

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Matt is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University. He appreciates all esports titles but primarily focuses on Fortnite and Call of Duty. Matt continuously analyzes gameplay and plays the games himself to better understand in-game decisions by the best players in the world.