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All vending machine locations in Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2

Put your Gold to good use.

Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 may have changed the battle royale’s loot pool a great deal, but island visitors should still anticipate seeing dozens of vending machines around the map. From Weapon-O-Matics to Mending Machines, players can use their Gold Bars at these machines for guns, ammo, and healing supplies. So, to ensure your inventory is strong instantly after dropping in, here’s where you can find all vending machines in Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2.

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Similar to past seasons, Weapon-O-Matics can typically be found inside every named location, but some are located at hard-to-spot landmarks. Meanwhile, there are just six Mending Machines spread throughout the map, so those in desperate need of healing may likely need to travel hundreds of meters. As for their prices, weapons are often on sale for up to 500 Gold, as most basic shield and health goods are listed at 100 to 300 Gold.

Related: Where to find all Mythic weapons in Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2

You can discover all vending machine locations pictured and detailed below, in order of their closest named location. Every Weapon-O-Matic is represented by a blue marker, while Mending Machine locations are indicated by green markers.

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All Weapon-O-Matic locations

  • Anvil Square
    • In the northwest corner of the POI
    • On the south side, near the docks
    • South of Anvil Square’s lake, at the Pleasant Passage landmark
  • Breakwater Bay
    • In the center of Breakwater Bay
  • Brutal Bastion
    • In the center of Brutal Bastion
    • On the left side of the POI, near its icy pond
    • Directly north of Brutal Bastion, in the center of the Crude Harbor landmark
  • Frenzy Fields
    • On the side of the shack at the most northern point of Frenzy Fields
    • Near the windmills in the bottom-left corner of Frenzy Fields
  • Kenjutsu Crossing
    • At the dojo in the center of Kenjutsu Crossing
  • Knotty Nets
    • On the right side of Knotty Nets’ island, near a beach house
  • Lonely Labs
    • On the side of the center building in Lonely Labs
  • Mega City
    • North of Mega City, on the left side of the Drift Ridge racetrack
    • North of Mega City, on the right side of the Drift Ridge racetrack
    • On the north side of Mega City, sitting on the first floor of a tower
    • On the south side of Mega City, outside the sushi restaurant
    • On the first floor of the apartment building in the bottom-right of Mega City
  • Shattered Slabs
    • On the north side of Shattered Slabs
    • On the south side of Shattered Slabs, next to its pond
    • West of Shattered Slabs, at the Rocky Docks landmark
  • Slappy Shores
    • On the north side of Slappy Shore’s bridge
    • On the south side of the POI, in front of the Slap Juice factory
  • The Citadel
    • At the castle’s courtyard, on the east side of The Citadel
    • On the first floor of the castle, in the northern part of The Citadel
    • West of The Citadel, at the Royal Ruin landmark’s docks

All Mending Machine locations

  • Brutal Bastion
    • Northwest of Brutal Bastion, at the Beep N’ Bounce gas station
  • Frenzy Fields
    • North of Frenzy Fields, at the Hitches and Ditches gas station
  • Kenjutsu Crossing
    • In between Kenjutsu Crossing and Knotty Nets, at the Fallow Fuel gas station
  • Mega City
    • North of Mega City, at the Slap N’ Go gas station
    • In the bottom-left corner of Mega City
  • Slappy Shores
    • In the northwest corner of Slappy Shores, on the side of the gas station

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