The creative maps of Fortnite are fun to play through and experience. The best maps are often displayed on sites that push the fun of the game. This has also lead to some bad situations for Epic Games.
A map had to be taken down by Epic Games very recently due to its violation of the Terms of Service. The map claimed to give players free V-Bucks. Although, there are no reports of anyone actually being able to receive any V-Bucks.
Fortnite map said to give players free V-Bucks taken down by Epic Games
Recently, it was revealed that the Fortnite Creative mode included a map that supposedly gave players free V-bucks. When the news was made public, loopers worldwide were quick to access the map and get their hands on free V-Bucks for Fortnite. To access their V-Bucks, they must first select their gaming interface before selecting how many V-Bucks they need to be credited.
A group of enthusiastic players navigated their way into the map only to discover they were scammed. After selecting a V-Buck amount, gamers were transported to an enclosed room where multiple screens displayed "Bambi Troll."
Pranksters claimed Creative mode was rewarding players with free V-Bucks, but it turned out to be a prank. The purpose of this mode is to ridicule gamers for being gullible.
In the end, it was revealed that the Creative map had been taken down and is no longer accessible. Hundreds of creative maps offer gamers V-Bucks, in-game items, and other Fortnite goodies, but these are pranks meant to fool players. The Item Shop is the only place to buy items and V-Bucks in Fortnite.