What is the Point of LEGO Fortnite? – Answered

Is there a reason for anything in this life?

Lego Fortnite character
Screenshot by Prima Games

Players had their creativity unleashed with the many options offered in LEGO Fortnite. But aside from constructing your ideal buildings, village, cities or anything else that comes to your mind, is there any other final objective to pursue in this new game mode?

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Is There a Main Goal in LEGO Fortnite?

There are no specific goals or set objectives in LEGO Fortnite. Be it either Sandbox or Survival, you don’t need to worry about completing a main objective like beating the Ender Dragon in Minecraft. Of course, your goal in Survival is to survive, but that’s technically our goal as human beings too, so I don’t think that counts.

Survival does feature some introductory missions too that teach you about the game and some of its mechanics, but you don’t need to necessarily follow these either. And when they’re done, you’re all by yourself to discover your next objective. Just like in Minecraft or other survival games, the main goal is whatever you set by yourself.

Be it completing a dream Lego city, exploring each and every corner of the map, or defeating all types of enemies around, your imagination is the only limit here. People have found new things to do in Minecraft for over a decade, and LEGO Fortnite has all the potential it needs to be quite similar. But now you have access to the awesome in-game skins you’ve gathered throughout the last few years in BR mode.

Is There a Final Boss in Lego Fortnite?

Depending on your point of view, this is either good news or bad news: there isn’t an official final boss in LEGO Fortnite. However, there is an enemy called the Brute, which is the hardest enemy in the game. Many players have called this the game’s true final boss, given its insane difficulty. You can find it in various biomes, like the frost and desert ones. Be prepared for a difficult battle.

Also, don’t forget to bring some friends to explore with you. These games are always best enjoyed with more people, and it gets incredibly easier to make ambitious constructions with a few extra hands on deck. You can get a bit more than a full lobby in each created world, and that’s a lot of people to mess around with.

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Patrick Souza

Unfortunately stuck on Hoyoverse hell. Whenever he gets the chance to escape, he enjoys playing some good 'n old RPGs and other story-driven games. Loves tackling hard challenges in games, but his cats are still the hardest bosses he could ask for.