How to get the Emerald Axe in Fortnite
Here is how you can snag the Emerald Axe in Fortnite this St. Paddy’s Day.
With St. Paddy's Day just a few days away, Fortnite players are getting their VBucks prepared for Fortnite's annual release of the Green Clover set, which includes the infamous Emerald Axe.
The Emerald Axe, formally known as the Emerald Smasher Harvesting Tool, will hit the Fortnite Item Shop on March 17, 2023. Here is everything you need to know about acquiring the tool.
Emerald Axe: Where to get and how much the item costs in Fortnite
St. Paddy's Day takes place this Friday, March 17, which is the day players can expect to snag the Emerald Smasher Harvesting Tool in Fortnite's Item Shop. The harvesting tool is a part of Fortnite's official Green Clover set, which will also be dropping simultaneously.
Green Clover set Fortnite via YouTube
Here is every cosmetic in the Green Clover set and how many VBucks they will cost:
- Emerald Smasher Harvesting Tool (800 VBucks)
- Pot O’ Gold Harvesting Tool (1200 VBucks)
- Lucky Wrap (300 VBucks)
- Lucky Rider Outfit (1500 VBucks)
- SGT. Green Clover Skin (800 VBucks)
- Lucky Coins Back Bling (200 VBucks)
The entire bundle costs 4800 VBucks, so have your wallets prepared. The set will only be here for a day or two, so be ready to buy if you are hoping to rock any of these cosmetics.
Being a "once-a-year" type of release makes the Emerald Axe a decently rare item for players to get ahold of. Already have the axe? Show it off during this year's St. Paddy's Day celebration.
Where are you dropping in Fortnite on St. Paddy's Day?
St. Paddy's Day marks a week since Fortnite Chapter 4, Season 2 was released. The map and everything it holds are still relatively fresh for players. Drop into Mega City or explore some of your favorite POIs that carried over from last season.
Either way, make the holiday a great one by playing Fortnite.
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