Many sources suggest that the PlayStation icon and the god of war himself, Kratos, will come to Fortnite. He will be joined by the Xbox icon Master Chief, who will finally be able to make it public.
Both leaks originate from data mining and are posted from various sources. Sony itself is making fun of Kratos posting audio logs and participating in the game.
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) December 2, 2020
“The next man you’re picking up literally defeated multiple gods with your bare hands in an uncontrollable bout of anger,” Kratos said. There are rumors that Fortnite will get skins from The Mandalorian.
Epic has launched a new monthly subscription service, Fortnite Crew. The service bundles each season’s Battle Pass, 1,000 V-Bucks per month, and a monthly Outfit Bundle exclusively for subscribers.
The price of the bundle is £ 9.99 / $ 11.99 / € 11.99 per month, so a few pennies shy £ 120 a year, but you can always stop and resume without losing access to what you paid at that point.
It leaves a question mark in its comparison value. 1,000 V-Bucks went on sale for £ 6.49 after Epic made a permanent 20% price cut on all platforms except iOS and the Google Play store. Go back to this point. The Battle Pass costs 950 V-Bucks, and a new season comes about every three months. Each season you can earn Battle Pass value through the reward chain, which could increase your V-Bucks by 4,000.
With a small napkin calculation, the Battle Pass and monthly V-Bucks value is £ 102.54.
However, the true value for the player comes through the monthly Outfit Bundle. Epic states that these are subscriber-only and “never sold or transferred to non-crew members.” If the item store skins are priced at 800, 1,200, 1,500, or 2,000 V-Bucks, this is especially appealing to fans, depending on how highly Epic appreciates its rarity.