LEGO Fortnite Frostlands village level upgrades
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LEGO Fortnite: All Frostlands Village Upgrades Listed

Make sure to stay warm as you look for rare Frostlands resources!

In LEGO Fortnite, while you may be familiar with upgrades for grassland villages, you may be surprised to hear that other biomes have their own set of required materials designed to challenge you later in the game. Let’s take a look at every Frostlands village upgrade level.

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How to Make a Frostlands Village in LEGO Fortnite

Creating a Frostlands village in LEGO Fortnite requires traveling to the snowy Frostlands biome, making sure you have cold resistance so you don’t succumb to its freezing temperatures, and building a Village Square away from nearby landmarks. Upon doing this, you’ll create a special Frostlands village with its own list of required resources, rewards, and challenges.

All Frostlands Village Level Upgrade Costs in LEGO Fortnite

Below is a list of all 10 Frostlands village level upgrades and their costs:

Frostlands Village LevelRequirementsRewards
1Build a village square
10 Wood
10 Granite
Establishes a village.
Villagers equip a health charm.
Friendly explorers visit the village.
Additional villager slot.
225 Wood
30 Granite
Villagers can be asked to forage nearby resources.
Unlock six structures, including starter Shogun Palace builds.
315 Knotroot
15 Plank
20 Marble
Villagers occasionally gift items.
Unlock the Palace Pavilion build and Shogun Palace kitchen furniture.
Additional villager slot.
420 Knotroot Rod
25 Marble Slab
Villagers can be asked to cook, extract seeds, or tend dirt plots.
Woodcutter villagers produce more wood types.
Unlock the Palace Gates build and Shogun Palace interior furniture.
525 Flexwood Rod
30 Marble Slab
Rarer explorer will visit the village.
Villagers gain bonus health and defense.
Unlock Shogun Palace Courtyard furniture.
Additional villager slot.
620 Obsidian Slab
10 Copper bar
Villagers can be asked to smelt metal, refine textiles, and collect gems.
Stonecutting villagers produce more stone types.
Unlock the Tiered Palace build and Shogun Palace Courtyard furniture.
720 Frostpine
15 Copper Bar
Villagers can gift unique new recipes.
Unlock Shogun Palace kitchen furniture.
825 Frostpine Rod
20 Malachite
15 Iron Bar
Unlock the Palace Tower build and Shogun Palace interior furniture.
Additional villager slot.
925 Malachite Slab
20 Iron Bar
20 Rough Sapphire
NPCs can forage resources from other biomes.
Stonecutting and Woodcutting villagers produce more stone and wood types.
Unlock Shogun Palace Grounds furniture.
1030 Malachite Slab
25 Iron Bar
30 Cut Sapphire
Unlock Grand Palace build and Shogun Palace Statues furniture.
Additional villager slot.

Every upgrade also requires their respective village rating, which you can increase by building new structures and decorations.

All village types in LEGO Fortnite have ten levels, each with its own set of resource requirements and rewards you obtain for completion. If you want to get one step closer to completing the game and unlocking everything it offers, building all three villages and maxing them out is a necessary step.

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