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Aside from the massive bragging rights and fame that can be obtained via this limited time event, there's also the matter of the V-Bucks rewards.

Fortnite's newest limited time mode is called Solo Showdown. 100 players will still parachute onto an island, start collecting weapons and supplies, blueprints, and then kill whoever they come across until only one remains. You'll need to play 50 Solo Showdown games to be eligible for a prize, and in an effort to make sure people can't game the system by queuing into matches they repeatedly lose immediately, only those 50 games will be counted.

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The new Fortnite Solo Showdown mode is available to play now, and won't be disappearing until May 21.

You'll want to be on your game if you're going to enter Solo Showdown, because you'll be scored on your performance in each game you play. Each match you complete will award you points, based on where you end up finishing. The Solo Showdown rules say that 50 matches are needed to enter the competition, with first place obtaining 50,000 V-Bucks. Cumulative scores will then be generated from across the player's' 50 matches. Buying 1,000 V-Bucks costs $10, so the prizes are nothing to sniff at.

The top 100 players will earn V-Bucks in the limited time mode. 2nd through 4th will get 25,000 V-Bucks. Epic Games hasn't confirmed anything about this so far which means that we'll have to wait in order to find out whether or not Fortnite is actually getting a competitive mode. Rather than changing up the way you play the game with new additions, like Thanos, or different squad sizes, like the 50v50 mode, the latest way to play Fortnite changes the rules by not changing the rules, rather by changing the rewards offered.