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Our Fortnite Chapter 2 XP Farming Guide will share some helpful tips and tricks that will let you earn quick XP to move through the tiers of Battle Pass. Leveling up your Fortnite Battle Pass is all about unlocking a range of cosmetic items available in the game. These Battle Pass items only last for a season so it’s probably a good idea to farm as much XP in a single season as possible. And this is where this Fortnite 2 XP Farming Guide comes in. Fortnite Chapter 2 Battle Pass XP Farming You might’ve noticed that the amount of XP earned in Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 1 seems to be ridiculously low. As of now, we don’t know whether the numbers will be tweaked in a future update or not but until that happens, here are some ways to help you farm XP and progress through tiers of Battle…

Fortnite Chapter 2 has introduced the new fishing mechanic in the game. Fishing in Fortnite allows you to obtain powerful loot and healing items. And while you aren’t forced to go fishing if you don’t want to, the incentives of trying it out are huge. If you don’t know how to fish in Fortnite Chapter 2, you’ve come to the right place. Fortnite Chapter 2 Fishing The first thing you need to go fishing in Fortnite is a Fishing Rod. They aren’t particularly hard to find and can be found almost everywhere in the new map of Fortnite Chapter 2. Some of the locations where you can find a Fishing Rod include chests, barrels, lined against the walls, on the docks, and near the fishing ponds. After you’ve found a Fishing Pole, you’ll have to equip it from your inventory to use – just like a weapon. They also have…

There are 4 difficulty levels to choose from in Obsidian’s The Outer Worlds. These difficulty settings are Story, Normal, Hard, and Supernova. With the sole exception of Supernova difficulty setting, you’ve got the complete freedom of changing the game’s difficulty mid-game. Here’s a quick rundown of all 4 difficulty settings in The Outer Worlds. The Outer Worlds Difficulty Settings The first 3 difficulty levels in The Outer Worlds are more or less the same, with enemies having more HP and dealing more damage at higher difficulties. The actual shift in difficulty comes at Supernova, which is TOW’s hardest difficulty. Here’s what you can expect from different difficulty settings in The Outer Worlds: Story Normal Hard Supernova Story As the title suggests, this difficulty setting is meant for players who are completely new to the game and don’t want anything to do with the game being challenging. If you’re just interested…

While on the Moon in Destiny 2 Shadowkeep, you’ll often come across Vex invasion portals and their Gate Lord bosses. To be more specific, they appear in one of Archer’s Line, The Hellmouth, or the Anchor of Light shortly after a Public Event – look at the sky and search for a little lightning. The entire point of the event is to defeat the Vex Gate Lords and close their portals but like other Public Events in Destiny 2 Shadowkeep, you can turn the Vex Invasion Event heroic and summon a hidden Vex Overlord boss to receive Powerful Rewards. Trigger Destiny 2 Shadowkeep Heroic Vex Invasion Event Before we start, the first thing I should mention here is that summoning the secret Vex Overlord boss is a completely random chance. It’s never 100% (if it’s, we don’t know about it yet) and you’ll have to keep going to be able…

In our The Outer Worlds Perks Guide, we’ve detailed everything you need to know about all 3 Perk Tiers, effects, unlocking these perks, and the best perks you should consider investing in. The Outer Worlds Perks Perks in The Outer Worlds add an additional layer of customization when it comes to building your character. For every 20 points that you invest in a Skill in The Outer Worlds, you’re allowed to choose a Perk. Apart from this, there’s another way of acquiring Perks in the game. You can simply accept your Flaws in the game – something mandatory in the Supernova difficulty – to earn Perks. Here’s a quick rundown of all the Perks in The Outer Worlds: Tier 1 Perks The following are all the Tier 1 Perks in The Outer Worlds: Toughness Toughness rewards you with +50% base health. Slow the World Your Tactical Time Dilation lasts around…

The Wish Ender in Destiny 2 has quite a few perks such as the fact that it can penetrate through numeral enemies and it can also destroy Taken Crystals that you need to earn the Cursebreaker Seal. You can even view through the walls when you draw an arrow using the bow. Destiny 2 Wish Ender Exotic Bow In order to unlock the quest for the Exotic Bow, you have to complete The Shattered Throne dungeon, which can be accessed from the Dreaming City. Do note that the dungeon is a 3-man 570 to 590 Power Level area. Although you will not find it as difficult as the Last Wish raid, it will not be easy either. Therefore, I advise that you jump into a Fireteam while you are equipped with the best gear that you possess. “Prove your Worth” Quest Once you are done with The Shattered Throne dungeon,…

There are a total of 3 endings that you can unlock in Code Vein. These endings are Heirs, To Eternity, and Dweller in the Dark. In this Endings Unlocks Guide, we’ve shared everything you need to know about unlocking all three endings in Code Vein. Code Vein Endings The following are all the endings and how to unlock them in Code Vein: 1. Heirs – Bad Ending Heirs can be considered the game’s bad ending. To unlock the Heirs ending, you need to kill Ribcage, Breath, Claw, and Throat – the 4 Successors in the game. Once you’re done, you need to ensure that you don’t restore their vestiges. To do so, when inside their memories, simply walk out the door without doing anything. You need to do this for all 4 Successors. 2. To Eternity – Normal Ending In order to unlock this ending, you need to save at…

There are two types of currencies to use in COD Mobile: Credits and COD Points. You can earn Credits by completing different in-game activities while the COD Points can only be purchased via microtransactions. Our Call of Duty Mobile Credits and COD Points Farming Guide will help you learn all about earning these currencies without spending real-life money. Farm Credits and COD Points in Call of Duty Mobile Credits in COD Mobile will always be your primary currency for buying weapons, upgrades for weapons, tokens to change names, and more. Luckily, there are quite a few methods to earn a good amount of Credits in COD Mobile. Earning Credits in COD Mobile Unlike COD Points, you don’t need a Call of Duty Mobile Battle Pass to earn Credits – more on it later. Some of the ways using which you can earn Credits in Call of Duty Mobile include: Complete…

Want to play Call of Duty Mobile on PC? You’ve come to the right place. Playing COD Mobile on a PC is easier than ever, thanks to Tencent’s emulator known as Tencent Gaming Buddy or GameLoop. Having the official emulator completely removes the need for finding the best Android emulator and safe APK files. Here’s how you can download and install GameLopp to play Call of Duty Mobile and PUBG Mobile on your PC. Play Call of Duty Mobile on PC Before we start, it’s important to note that if you decide to play COD Mobile on PC with better hardware specifications and the accuracy of a KB/M, you’ll always be matched against people who are also playing the game via emulation. Don’t expect to be matched against players on mobile devices and farm them because that’s the definition of unbalanced gameplay. With that out of the way, here’s everything…

Tactical Nuke or simply Nuke is a secret killstreak in Call of Duty Mobile. If you’ve been playing Call of Duty games for a long time, you’ll probably remember them from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Wondering how to call in a Tactical Nuke in COD Mobile? We’ve got you covered! Call of Duty Mobile Nuke To unlock the Tactical Nuke in Call of Duty Mobile, you need to be at least Level 20. That’s when you unlock it. If you need help leveling up fast, feel free to check out our Level Up Fast Guide. Unlike other scorestreaks in the game, you don’t need to equip the Tactical Nuke – simply reach Level 20 and you’re done. After you’ve unlocked it, all that remains is to call it in. In order to call in a Tactical Nuke in COD Mobile, you…