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How to get Copper Bars in LEGO Fortnite

It's time to venture into the Lava Caves.

Copper Bars are one of the most useful resources in LEGO Fortnite. These items can be used to craft chests, ovens, and much more. Basically, you will need Copper Bars during your adventures in LEGO Fortnite, but getting them can be tricky.

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Like all of the refined resources in LEGO Fortnite, you won’t be finding Copper Bars sitting in the wild. No, you need to make them, but first, you’ll have to venture out and get some resources.

Here is exactly what you need to do so you can start manufacturing Copper Bars in LEGO Fortnite right now.

Making Copper Bars in LEGO Fortnite

Copper Bar crafting LEGO Fortnite
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To get Copper Bars in LEGO Fortnite you’re going to need two things, Copper and a Metal Smelter.

Copper is a resource that can be mined from the walls inside Lava Caves. Simply head to the desert biome and find a cave. Once you enter you shouldn’t have too much trouble finding this orang resource on the walls so now use a Rare Pickaxe or better to mine it.

Once you’ve got Copper now it’s time to build a Metal Smelter. This will take 3 Blast Cores, 15 Birghtcores, and 35 Obsidian Slabs, so make sure you mile these resources too while you are inside the Lava Cave.

Build the Metal Smelter and then input your Copper for smelting and Brightcores to fuel the machine. For each piece of Copper you will need two Brightcores so make sure you’re stocked up before heading home to get smelting.

That should do the trick! Now you will have plenty of Copper Bars for all of your crafting needs, and there are going to be a lot of them.

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Ryan is a Senior Staff Writer for Upcomer and has been working at GAMURS since 2020. He covers a wide variety of titles from across the gaming and entertainment space, and can also be found on Dot Esports and We Got This Covered. He boasts a degree in Journalism from Murdoch University.