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LEGO Fortnite Guide: How to build your brick kingdom!

Use these guides to survive and thrive in the harsh world of LEGO Fortnite!

Power Chord rolling a boulder up a grassy hill in LEGO Fortnite
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Update: We've updated this LEGO Fortnite guide with even more guides that we have been working on. The below pages should help you with finding your feet - and resources - throughout the game, and we'll make sure to add more to each page as and when we learn more.

Surviving in the harsh world of LEGO Fortnite for long enough to build your dream village isn't easy. You have to contend with vicious animals, evil enemies, and deadly temperatures at both ends of the spectrum.

But, LEGO Fortnite is a "survival crafting" experience, so there are just as many ways to construct incredible buildings as there are caves and crannies to explore.

But to help out, our LEGO Fortnite guides will explain how to craft the best items, find the most useful resources and understand even the most complicated systems.

We're constantly updating these pages with more ideas and tips for you try out yourself, as we find new areas and test our own creations in-game.

LEGO Fortnite guide

These LEGO Fortnite guides will take you through both the items you need to collect and systems you need to master to survive and thrive.

LEGO Fortnite Systems guides

LEGO Fortnite Resource guides

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James Billcliffe

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With 7 years' experience, James (he/him) suffers so you don't have to, creating expert guides for the toughest games and reviews for the biggest blockbuster releases. He has a Master's degree in Journalism and a BA in Linguistics that he never got a chance to flex until Wordle came along.
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