If you're a few hours into your LEGO Fortnite survival playthrough, you'll have hit a point where to upgrade your Village more, you'll need to get some Marble. But where can you find it?


A useful crafting material that is a slight upgrade on Granite, LEGO Fortnite doesn't exactly give you many pointers about where to find Marble.

So, we've done it for you. Here's where to get Marble in LEGO Fortnite.

How to get Marble in LEGO Fortnite

Marble can be found in caves scattered throughout the world in LEGO Fortnite.

It is a Tier 2 rock material, so very handy. These are randomly generated depending on the LEGO Fortnite Seed that is chosen, essentially a unique set of numbers that are assigned to a world upon its creation.

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Grassland Caves are your best bet in the early game, as there should be one not too far from your spawn location.

Upon entering these caves, you should search high and low before eventually coming across Marble - which is a slightly different shade of grey to the rest of the cave, and lighter than the granite. You shouldn't have to travel that far into the cave to find it.

How to mine Marble in LEGO Fortnite

To mine the Marble, you need a Pickaxe. It's a basic weapon made from wood that can harvest stone objects, and is effective against structures.

The Pickaxe is the better version of your standard Forest Axe. To craft it, you will need to get Knotroot (again found in caves).

Once this is assembled, head out to a cave, strike some Marble and you should be gold. We'd also recommend taking a few Pickaxes, as they do break quite easily.

A quick explainer video from Gamers Heroes can be found below:

Aside from the new LEGO Fortnite mode, Epic has now also released Fortnite Rocket Racing and Fortnite Festival. So there is plenty to keep you busy over the holiday season.

Discover more with LEGO Fortnite: LEGO Fortnite villagers | LEGO Fortnite Rough Amber | How to get Flexwood | LEGO Fortnite Skins | Is LEGO Fortnite permanent?

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