For those who play Fortnite on multiple different platforms, including PlayStation, your v-bucks wallet will now be connected to the PlayStation platform. Epic Games\u00a0announced\u00a0the inclusion today, stating that the support will be added alongside the 20.40 update, which is scheduled to release on May 18. Originally, while players' cosmetics and battle pass would transfer over to all other platforms, their v-bucks were unique to the Sony platform. However, that is no longer the case. This leaves the Nintendo Switch as the only platform that doesn't have a shared v-bucks wallet. If you're not familiar with the shared wallet feature, if you log in to your Epic Games account and link all your online accounts to it, including Xbox and now PlayStation, your v-bucks will be reflected and updated across each platform. If you purchase v-bucks on either Xbox or PlayStation without logging into Fortnite itself, your wallet will not be updated accordingly until you have done so. Sony has been difficult to work with for Epic in the past as the platform company initially\u00a0refused to allow cross-play in Fortnite\u00a0(an issue for more games than just the hit battle royale) until 2018. Sony has also likely waited this long to agree to share v-bucks across multiple platforms as it was learned last year due to a\u00a0court document leak\u00a0that almost half of the Fortnite player base is housed on PlayStation consoles, whether it be PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5. Epic Games recently made a deal with Xbox to\u00a0get Fortnite on Xbox Cloud Gaming, making the battle royale available again on mobile devices, even if it isn't through the traditional iOS or Android storefronts. Update 20.40 is set to be the last major update before the Chapter 3 Season 2 ends with several theories going into play, including skins for\u00a0Obi-Wan Kenobi\u00a0and\u00a0Darth Vader\u00a0from\u00a0Star Wars\u00a0making an appearance sometime soon.