Fortnite removes its boxes for manipulation and replaces "V-Buck Llamas" with "X-Ray Lama," which displays its content before it is opened. The qualifier here is for Fortnite : Save the World Not The Most Popular Battle Royale.
The change is effective from the 7.30 pack, Epic Games said in a post yesterday. Earlier, the Upgrade Llamas was a 50-bucks move and contained an assortment of skins, weapons and other loot. "X-Ray Llamas" is still the same 50 V-buck price. If players do not like what is available in one, they can wait for the daily update of the store and the new selection of items they offer.
The change will include the pad prevention option introduced a few patches ago. For example, a lama will determine the rarity and type of the item and then choose an item that is not in the inventory or collection book of the player. However, if they already have everything for a rarity and type of item (say, all legendary rifles), it will duplicate this item and will not choose another category.
All current Save World players get five symbols to upgrade Llama to see how it works for free. The new X-ray lamps can not be opened in bulk (because their contents must be displayed first) and the rest – Mini Llamas and Llamas – can be opened.
Lllamas exist in Battle Royale but are more rare, found only in the game, spawn in strange places and contain more items.
Update: An inexperienced attempt to compare Save the world with his more popular brother did not go so well that the ice was changed.