Where to find all the XP coins in Fortnite Chapter 2, season 5, week 11

Completing the battle pass is the ultimate goal of many Fortnite players throughout a season. Even after unlocking everything, there will be more exclusive content locked behind the additional tiers, meaning that XP grind never stops.

Though there are countless weekly and daily challenges that will reward you with considerable amounts of XP, not all of them will be easy enough to complete in a couple of minutes. Some quests require you to squad up with friends and perform difficult tasks. If you don’t have the time to complete similar tasks, your best bet will be substituting them with XP coins.

Epic adds a new set of XP coins to the Fortnite map every week. You can easily collect all of them in a couple of matches, and you’ll always be able to pick up the new ones as they get released. Despite looking like small amounts of XP at first, the total will add up as you collect all of them, and doing so every week will help you skip weekly daily challenges that were too tough to begin with.

The XP coins come in four different colors, and each reward amounts of XP.

  • Green XP coins = 5,000 XP
  • Blue XP coins = 6,500 XP
  • Purple XP coins = 10,300 XP
    • Unlike other coins, purple XP coins start splitting into multiple coins once you try to pick them up, and you’ll be able to get a total of 10,300 XP if you collect them all.
  • Gold XP coins = 15,000 XP

Here’s where you can find all the XP Coins in week 14 of Fortnite’s Chapter Two, season five.

Green coin locations

For the first green coin, you’ll need to visit the hot sands of Sweaty Sands. Head over to the beach section of the landmark and move west. You should notice a hut as you get closer to the location, and the coin will be just around there.

The second green XP coin will be waiting for players near Holly Hedges. It isn’t inside the landmark, however. You’ll want to go southeast of the landmark and keep moving toward the start of Weeping Woods. The coin can be seen under three trees separated from the forest.