How to Level Up Fast

Players that are interested in unlocking all of the rewards that are available through the Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 1 Battle Pass must earn Battle Stars in abundance. While fans still have quite a bit of time to pursue that endeavor, efficient leveling can speed up the process considerably. For those players that are curious about how to streamline their XP gains in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 1, this guide will provide some tips for fast leveling.

Fortnite: How to Earn XP Fast

Complete Quests

There are several different types of challenges in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 1, and players that want to level up fast should put their primary focus on completing them. In particular, fans should work to complete three Daily Quests every day in order to claim a daily 45,000 XP bonus reward. Players should also make sure to tackle every Season Quest and NPC-specific quest that becomes available, as they provide some big XP rewards as well.

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Milestones are another type of XP-rewarding quest that Fortnite players should put a great deal of focus on, and they can be viewed from within the quest tab. While the specifics of these tasks vary quite a lot, many of them can be completed through standard gameplay. Even still, fans that are looking to level up fast are advised to peruse the list of Milestones and put some real effort toward knocking them out in a systematic fashion.

AFK in Creative Mode

Players can claim some very easy XP simply by joining a match in Fortnite’s Creative Mode and going AFK. Indeed, fans will earn 12,000 XP for every 15 minutes that they spend in a Creative match, though that reward is only granted five times per day. This means that players will certainly not be able to do all of their leveling using this method, but it still offers a nice XP boost with minimal effort.

Participate in Power Leveling Events

Power leveling events in Fortnite are opportunities for players to earn bonus XP for all of their actions, and fans that want to level up fast should absolutely make sure that they participate in all of them. Unfortunately, fans do not have control over when these events occur, making this a method that can not really be relied upon. That said, players that are logging in daily to complete Daily Quests should eventually stumble upon a power leveling event and get a big XP push.

Fortnite is currently available for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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