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Best ways to find players for your world in LEGO Fortnite

The art of making friends.

If you’re someone who doesn’t have a lot of friends who play Fortnite, what are the best ways to find players for your LEGO Fortnite world?

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LEGO Fortnite is fun by yourself, but even more enjoyable with a friend or two. Here are some easy ways to link up with players online.

LEGO Fortnite: How to find players for your world

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LEGO Fortnite Discord server

One of the best and easiest ways to find players online to join your LEGO Fortnite world is to join the LEGO Fortnite Discord server. If you click that link, you’ll get an invite to join the server. It’s not only good for asking questions, but you can also connect with other players who may want to join your world.

Once you join, head to the “share-your-world” channel under the Sandbox tab. This is where you can make a post advertising your world so other players can join. People will respond to your post if they’re interested, and maybe you’ll make some new friends!

If you’d rather join someone else’s world, you can do that too. Just respond to someone’s post on that channel if you’d like to link up with them.

LEGO Fortnite subreddit

While this is probably the less useful method of finding players to join your world, it may just work. If you’re not getting any bites on the official Discord server, try making a post on the LEGO Fortnite subreddit.

While this subreddit mainly contains posts with questions or memes, you could always try making an enticing post to convince people to join your world. I think that the Discord server is more reliable, but there’s no harm in attempting to make a post on Reddit.

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Make friends through other Fortnite modes

Sometimes it can be easier to make a friend or two through the normal Battle Royale mode first. If you get into a squad with someone and enjoy playing with them, send a friend request and see if they accept. Then ask if they’d like to join your LEGO Fortnite world.

If you already have some friends you’ve made through Fortnite, why don’t you let them know that you have a LEGO Fortnite world they could join? They already know you, so that’s an easy way to bring friends into your game.

Convince your friends to play LEGO Fortnite

The final way to bring people into your LEGO Fortnite world is to simply convince your friends who don’t play Fortnite to try it out. It’s free, so what’s the harm in downloading it and trying this new mode out? Even if they don’t care for the Battle Royale mode, convincing them to try out a Minecraft-like survival mode shouldn’t be too difficult.

Whether they’re friends you know in real life or they’re online friends, LEGO Fortnite is free and easy to download, so why not try it out? If you know they like survival games like Minecraft, tell them how it’s just like that game, but with LEGO people. Even fans of any of the LEGO games should take an interest.

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