Despite this, the one place you'll struggle to find the uber popular battle royale game is on store shelves. In a hotfix that was released the same day that the patch went live and introduced the game mode, Epic Games changed the rate at which the storm circle closes and increased the number of points required to win a match. It comes with the Deep Freeze items which are: Frostbite Outfit, Cold Front Glider, Chill-Axe Pickaxe, and Freezing Point Back Bling. In the store, a skin can go for up to 2,000 V-bucks (Chomp Sr.), a glider can go for 1,500 (Laser Chomp), and a pickaxe can go for 1,500 (Chomp Jr.) That totals up to 5,000 V-bucks, or the equivalent of $50 United States dollars.
The Deep Freeze bundle will be on sale for $29.99 (around £23). Disco Domination offers 50v50 match-ups, with respawning available until the third and final storm circle starts closing in, and while you're doing that, you can also give the Quad Launcher a go.
The bundle will be available as a physical retail offering and digitally through the in-game store and first-party digital marketplaces.
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To make up for this the development team have had to adjust several abilities and skills across the game's various classes. You'll even be driving in first person mode, with your headset allowing you to aim the vehicle's weaponry.
But the aim here isn't necessarily to pull in digital sales.
Hey there, Fortnite kids! $40 seems just a bit too expensive, and $20 would be leaving money on the table.
Why it matters: Epic is setting itself up for a stellar holiday season with a new Fortnite Battle Royale bundle that offers both a solid value for newcomers and some exclusive skins that'll no doubt attract veteran players who already own the base game. Epic has also confirmed to Destructoid that the Xbox One version comes with a disc; PlayStation 4 and Switch simply contain codes.