Epic Games is sending players V-Bucks to settle 'Fortnite' loot box class action lawsuit

Fortnite: Save the World players who purchased random loot boxes when they were available can expect to see 1,000 V-Bucks added to their account in the coming days. The move is part of Epic Games’ efforts to settle a class action lawsuit filed against it over loot boxes, as approved by the Superior Court of North Carolina. Epic used to sell the blind item boxes for Save the World (and for Rocket League) until early 2019 when it decided to replace V-Buck Llamas with X-Ray Llamas, which allow players to see what they’ll get before purchasing a box.

Although the settlement is supposed to be for US players only,

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