One of the primary features of the game includes smelting as it is one of the necessary things to do if you want to get your hands on various items and tools. But to start smelting you need to acquire certain items from the world and it can be tricky at times.
One such tricky find is the Copper Ores with which you can make Copper Bars. So this article will guide you on how to farm for Copper Bars in LEGO Fortnite.
How to farm for Copper Bars in LEGO Fortnite
Getting Copper can be tricky as you need to first discover a desert Biome. Then find a Lava from where you will be able to mine the ore. The entrance of that cave will be found beneath some rocks. As soon as you enter the cave you will find bronze-colored ores protruding out of the walls and the floors.
Select the Pickaxe from your inventory and equip it. Use it to mine as many copper pieces as you need. The copper pieces on mining them will fall on the ground and you need to pick them up so that they get stored in your inventory.
How to make Metal Smelter
Remember that you need a Metal Smelter to mine the Copper Ores. So to make one Copper bar you need to put 1x Copper and 2x Bright Core inside the Metal Smelter.
Here are the materials that you will need to build a Metal Smelter
- 15x Brightcore
- 35x Obsidian Slab
- 3x Blast Core
Here are the requirements to make a Copper Bar
- 1x Copper
- 2x Brightcore
You will be able to get the Brightcore and Obsidian Slabs from the Lava Cave during your search for the Copper ores. The materials are easily recognizable as the Brightcores are Golden in Color while Obsidians are Dark Purple in Color. You will be able to mine these with the use of your trusty old Pickaxe.
On the other hand, you need to take down the Blaster Mob as they will drop the Blast Cores as loot. Gather 3 of them and you are done with the Metal Smelter.
So this was all about farming Copper Bars in LEGO Fortnite.
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Last Updated on December 14, 2023
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