How to see how much money you’ve spent on Fortnite

Keep a count!

A lot of V-Bucks is spent in the course of a player's career in Fortnite, but there is no way to keep track of this in-game beyond checking your own transaction history. In fact, players have requested the developers for a while to add a V-Bucks counter to keep track of all their in-game purchases. 

To check your purchase history, simply log in with your Epic account and head over to account settings. The transaction history records and highlights all the in-game purchases made from that specific account. Players can calculate their individual transactions to find their total spendings in Fortnite. 

Alternatively, the website also allows players to check the total worth of their locker. You will need to create a account and manually add all the skins in your locker to see the total expenditure.

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Most of the popular titles today allow players to keep track of their spendings in-game. This can be a good method to keep your monthly allowance in check, especially if you're spending it on video games. Although Fortnite is free to play, most of the skins need to be purchased through V-Bucks. Players usually purchase V-Bucks to acquire the battle pass or get a featured bundle from the Item Shop.

Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 1 introduced a new set of attractive characters to the game which players can purchase with V-Bucks. Characters like The Foundation, Spider-Man, Ronin, and Gumbo are definitely worth purchasing.

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