And it’s clear that Epic Games isn’t just cashing in on the Fortnite Battle Passes and V-Bucks.
The subscription offers a monthly deal for players who get more virtual goods than they usually get with the seasonal Battle Pass.
Fortnite for Fortnite Crew players receive 1,000 Vbucks each month, exclusive character outfits and gear, and access to the Battle Pass for the current season.
The new offer is an even higher level for those looking to spend some money on Fortnite.
Previously, this job was served by the Battle Pass, which cost 950 Vbucks (about $ 10), but only lasted for several months.
Fortnite Crew is more expensive, but it also offers more, such as exclusivity, and Epic Games says: Products and preparations available as part of the subscription service will not be sold or given to non-Fortnite Crew subscribers.
And the current Fortnite season begins in August, bringing a large number of Marvel characters to Battle Island.
The current season is scheduled to end on the first of December, and to begin the next day, Chapter 2 – Season 5.
Epic Games said in May that it has more than 350 million registered Fortnite players, and the company raised $ 1.78 billion with a valuation of $ 17.3 billion through the monetization that comes with these players.
Subscriptions, like Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass, are becoming popular with gaming companies trying to become Netflix’s gaming platform.
A Fortnite Crew subscription can be purchased on the Fortnite from the Item Shop or the Battle Pass purchase screen, and players can cancel at any time.
If you don’t see the Fortnite Crew option in-game starting December 2, that means your platform, country, or available payment method is not yet supported.
We can save the Island if we work together.
This is our last chance.
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— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) November 22, 2020