The FORTNITE BATTLE ROYALE STARTER PACK includes: 600 V-Bucks, with which you can buy all kinds of items in the game. Rogue Agent Outfit and Catalyst Back Bling, the latter two only available in the game's PVP mode. A perfect package to get off to a good start in this successful game.
Remember that this version of Fortnite's starter package is for Xbox one. Also remember, you need to have the base game installed on your Xbox account to access all the benefits of this starter package. V-Bucks is a game currency that can be spent on both the Battle Royale PvP mode and the Save the World PvE campaign.
At Battle Royale you can purchase new custom items for your Hero. At Save the World you can buy card packs containing weapon schemes, traps and gadgets, as well as new Heroes and more.
FORTNITE BATTLE ROYALE STARTER PACK is also available on PC.
It may not be the first battle royale game, and it certainly won’t be the last, but Fortnite sets itself apart from the crowd by giving you the freedom and tools to express your own personal playstyle.
Regardless of its flaws, Fortnite is a seriously fun co-op experience that most will want to spend hours playing. There’s plenty of content, the gunplay is satisfying, and it runs well on the hardware as long as you’re comfortable playing at 30 FPS. I would love to see models added to the first-person viewpoint in the future, but even without that you’re still left with an impressive and expansive game comparable to the Horde mode from Gears of War that I’ve always loved. Based on this alone, I’d say Fortnite is well worth your time.
Whether we're talking aesthetics or the accessibility of its gameplay, all is good for Fortnite, which provides a beautiful vision of what Battle Royale should be.
A funny and entertaining mix of different genres, spanning from third person action-shooter to RPG to crafting/building mechanics. It's already got lots of contents even if in early access, but it's a bit too heavy in the farming/grinding side, with players that often ignore the action for tens of minutes to go harvesting materials.
If you have friends to play with and want to devote a good chunk of time into it, Fortnite can showcase a lot of entertaining times with some great teamwork and cooperative builds. As it stands right now though, I think gamers should wait a little while and see what gets added, changed and tweaked. Maybe by then there will be some more variety added to spruce up the tired repetitive gameplay and it will be more of a game that will make a more positive impression on those who play it.
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Fortnite: Chapter 2 Season 2 has a launch date: February 20.
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February 28, 2019
Season 8 comes to Fortnite with pirates as main theme. Watch video
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February 25, 2019
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February 22, 2019
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January 30, 2019
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