Fortnite XP requires leveling up and earning Battle Stars, which you can use to unlock skins and other Battle Pass cosmetics. Getting quick XP by playing creative maps isn’t as easy as it used to be, but it’s still an easy way to level up with other XP farming methods. This guide will show you how to earn XP in Fortnite, including how to level up quickly and earn XP in Battle Royale, Creative, and Save the World modes.
How to get XP fast and level up at full speed in Fortnite
Creative Maps used to be the best way to get XP quickly and easily, but in recent updates, the amount you get has been drastically reduced. Creative Mode is still a great way to earn XP if you utilize Creative Mode along with other methods to level up in Fortnite quickly:
Play all modes often
The fastest way to earn XP in Fortnite and level up your Battle Pass is to complete your Daily, Weekly, Special, and Milestone challenges to try and hit your daily XP cap in Creative and Save the World modes.
Reaching the Creative and Save the World XP cap will earn you 10.5 Battle Pass levels per day. Coupled with daily and seasonal challenges, you can quickly get level 200 without buying levels.
Saving the world is a permanent purchase. You’ll need a one-time payment of $15.99 to access this Mode, which gives you 600,000 Battle Pass XP per day. If you play Fortnite a lot, buying this model is better than buying Battle Pass levels.
Interact with everything
While performing tasks like unboxing, destroying players, gathering materials, and surviving a storm won’t give you a ton of XP, it will slowly add up.
If you see a chest or ammo box, open it. Talk to characters, fish, kill with different weapons or play with friends to earn XP in all battle royale matches.
Purchase levels with V-Bucks
If you don’t want to spend much time earning XP in Fortnite, you can purchase up to 100 Battle Pass levels per season. Each level costs 150 V-Bucks, but if this is your first time buying a level this season, don’t buy levels 12-24.
The price drops when you first buy a 25-tier Battle Pass, so if you buy 12-24 tiers for the first time, you’ll spend more V-Bucks on fewer tiers.
You will need to purchase V-Bucks to purchase Battle Pass tiers. They can be earned through the Pass itself by completing the Save the World challenge or purchasing V-Bucks from the main menu tab.
V-Bucks can be used for:
1,000 V-Bucks – $7.99
2,800 V-Bucks – $19.99
5,000 V-Bucks – $31.99
13,500 V-Bucks – $79.99
Play on Double XP Weekends
Double XP weekends are not as common as they used to be in Fortnite. If one is released, you should participate. Like the Overdrive mode, it increases the XP you earn from regular tasks like opening chests or surviving in circles.
How to get Supercharged XP in Fortnite
If you get more than double the usual amount of XP from routine actions like killing players or opening chests, you have an XP overload. This mechanic is triggered when you do not regularly complete daily tasks.
XP Overload is your way of restoring levels you couldn’t get by playing, and it doesn’t go away if you complete a daily quest or two. It only ends when you exceed the limit of 300,000 XP. Your XP bar will indicate that you are overloaded, and your XP gain will appear orange instead of purple.
When you reach the limit, you get the usual amount of XP for performing everyday actions. The closer you get to the cap, the less XP you’ll earn when overcharging. If you stop completing Daily Challenges, XP Overload will reopen until you reach the 300,000 XP cap.
The 45,000 XP daily quest is still best done, but if you’ve taken a break from gaming or don’t want to log in every day, Overload is a great way to pick up the pace.
How to Earn XP in Fortnite Battle Royale
While there are other ways to earn XP in Fortnite, the most reliable and easiest way (without spending money) is to play Battle Royale matches and complete challenges.
No matter what stage of the season you start playing in, you can earn a lot of CP by completing the challenges of the following tasks:
The surest way to get a lot of Battle Royale XP quickly is to complete all weekly missions and particular challenges. They are very effective for leveling up as they take a short amount of time to complete the amount of XP you get from them.
XP from Seasons and Endurance Missions
Particular challenges usually change with the seasons. For Chapter 3, Season 2, you must complete all Resistance challenges for 23,000 XP each, for 184,000 XP per week.
As of this writing, all-season weekly challenges award 20,000 XP for 140,000 XP per week.
You can earn at least 3.8 million XP throughout a season by completing all Season and Endurance challenges. Equivalent to level 52, half of the standard battle pass.
XP in Daily Challenges
Completing three daily challenges will earn you 48,000 XP. You can meet some additional challenges for 1,000 XP each, but you can make extra XP by completing three.
If you complete three Daily Challenges each day of the season, you’ll earn over 3.6 million XP, the equivalent of a Level 48 Battle Pass.
Completing three daily challenges and all weekly challenges will give you at least 100 levels and allow you to complete the Battle Pass. Every time you complete a quest, you’ll receive a new daily search, so take your chances for the most accessible inquiries, like opening an ammo box.
In addition to earning experience points by completing daily and weekly tasks, there are 19 milestones:
Enter the top 10
complete the contract
Buy at a vending machine
Say thank you to the bus driver
destroy the structure
vehicle travel distance
Strike down weak links
Deal damage to IO troops
Inflict damage to opponents
Deal damage to opponents from tanks, artillery units, or turrets
Search for chests or ammo boxes
You’ll take most of the action naturally by playing regularly throughout the season, but you’ll have to push yourself to reach some milestones. Each milestone has 20 stages, and each step will give you 7,000 XP. This equals 140,000 XP permission, or 2.6 million if you complete all 19 missions.
Other sources of XP
You will passively earn XP for participating in the battle royale. Winning will give you 80 XP and the Victory Crown, which will increase the XP you make in the next match. 80 XP will be awarded for finishing in the top 50, top 25, and top 10.
Other standard moves that can earn XP in Battle Royale:
Open regular chests – 140 XP
Open ammo box – 100 XP
Kill a player – 150 XP
Survive the Storm Circle – 140 XP
Fishing – 80 XP
Discovering new locations on the map will give you 1,000 to 4,000 XP, and completing career milestones will usually give you a few hundred XP. These career objectives will be added to your account level for tasks like winning your first game, completing objectives, or eliminating players with certain weapons.
Playing together will earn you more milestones, like protecting teammates with bounties or bringing them back to life.
Try to interact with all the objects and characters you meet, play with friends, change weapons, and get into the top 10 to take advantage of the regular Fortnite Battle Royale game.
How to get XP in Fortnite Creative
While creative maps don’t offer the rich experience they once did, they’re still a good source of XP, especially if you don’t play popular maps repeatedly.
Creative maps in Fortnite used to be a straightforward way to earn XP, as you could get a lot of XP by standing still on specific maps.
The Creative XP system changed with the advent of device systems. These devices, placed by map creators, provide players with varying amounts of completing specific tasks.
However, the main reason why XP cheats in Creative no longer work is that the more people who activate their devices on the map, the less XP they get.
If a map that can easily earn XP becomes very popular and many people play it, players will make less and less XP.
The more you play the same creative map, the less XP you earn. If you play a popular map multiple times, you will earn less XP each time.
There’s also an XP limit in Creative that doesn’t allow you to earn more than 200,000 XP per day on a single Creative map, roughly two and a half levels of a Battle Pass. The store resets this limit daily. You won’t stop getting XP for playing creative, but it will slow down.
Due to recent changes, there is no longer an ideal way to earn XP in Creative. Generally, the parkour level is the easiest because you don’t have to kill people.
You can find parkour maps in the Featured Maps tab of Discover or by searching the online community. The more popular a map is, the less XP will be earned by those who complete it.
To avoid this, play maps that are somewhat difficult or take a while to complete. Better people usually play them, and you get more experience points.
How to Earn XP in Fortnite Save the World
To earn XP from Save the World in Fortnite, you first need to purchase the model. It’s part of a pack that changes each time slightly and includes skins, cosmetics, and a bunch of save-the-world missions, from which you can earn up to 1,500 V-Bucks. The current purchase is the Mecapop package, priced at $15.99.
After purchasing one of these packs, you’ll have permanent access to Save the World and can start playing all of its game modes to earn Battle Pass XP. You can earn up to 600,000 XP per day. This amount is reset when the store resets.
There are various game modes in Save the World, and the amount of XP they provide is constantly changing. As of today, the best way to earn Battle Pass XP in Save the World is:
riding the lightning
The mission’s difficulty doesn’t matter, so if you’re only interested in Pass XP, use the most accessible Mode. The more you play each Mode, the faster you go, and the less time it takes to reach the 600,000 daily XP cap per day, which is equivalent to Battle Pass level 8.
Unlike Creative, the amount of XP you earn from each Mode and level in Save the World doesn’t decrease if you play multiple times, so you can stick to the modes and levels you’re good at.