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How to get the gold Lara Croft Anniversary skin in Fortnite

Gold bars are one of the most useful resources in Fortnite because of what they allow players to buy, yet they can be hard to obtain. The best way to get large amounts of gold is by knowing all of the Fortnite safe locations.

Epic Games introduced gold bars into Fortnite at the start of Chapter 2 Season 5. This currency could be given to NPCs around the map in exchange for materials, items, and even Mythic weapons. However, players would have to build up a hearty supply of gold before making any big purchases.

Gold bars could be obtained by breaking open furniture, completing tasks from NPCs, or even by looting eliminated players. As well, players could take up bounties and earn large amounts of gold by eliminating their targets. But the best way to earn gold bars is by finding and opening gold safes.

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Every gold safe location in Fortnite

Safes are the fastest way of obtaining gold in Fortnite, but they also come with their downsides. Safes can be hard to find as they don’t give off as loud a sound as chests do, and they don’t glow either. They also take between 10 to 15 seconds to open which is much longer than a chest or ammo crate.

They also spawn in various locations around the map, but they aren’t guaranteed to spawn each round. Like chests, they only have a chance to spawn in their designated locations. However, thanks to the interactive map at Fortnite.gg, players can easily find where each safe should spawn. Here is a map showing all of the Fortnite safe locations.

While it might take a long to time open each safe, it’s well worth the wait. Each safe will give players 800 gold bars once opened which is a lot when compared to the prices of items. Even if players aren’t searching for safes specifically, they should stop to open the ones they come across. Since Mythic weapons cost 500 gold bars, one safe is enough to cover the cost and then some.