There's no limit to how many items you can buy, provided you can afford it.
Fortnite Intel has assembled a map of all known Vending Machine locations discovered so far, though it's subject to be updated in the future as more locations are uncovered. This depends heavily on how many vending machines actually appear on the map, but at the very least, they seem like they could be a fascinating release valve for players who drew the short stick with their arsenal. With a recent slew of problems that have affected the game from server issues to game related bugs like the shotgun critical damage glitch, Epic has chose to slow its schedule and release a new patch every two weeks. Vending Machines and more with the v3.4 Content Update.
Fortnite Vending Machines map shows locations.
It doesn't make much sense for Epic to put the Fortnite Vending Machines in set locations as if they were in the same places every game, players would be camping them.
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Items found in a Rare (blue) version will cost 300 materials.
The other main new feature is the vending machines in the Battle Royale mode, which spits out loot in exchange for materials.
Items found in a Legendary (gold) version will cost 500 materials. As expected, there's at least one vending machine in almost every named location on the map. The update also introduces Limited-Time Mode, another High Explosives mode, weapon balances, which may also include a "first shot accuracy" ability.
Epic has kept a pretty consistent update schedule for Fortnite, introducing a new patch almost every week.
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