Epic Games has teamed up with Warner Bros.in a worldwide distribution partnership to bring Fortnite to retail as the Fortnite: Deep Freeze Bundle.
When we contacted Epic, a spokesperson confirmed that the bundle would not include Save the World, which now goes for $39.99, but has seen a few 50% reductions over the past year.
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This resulted in frequent clashes with the Android community and others but Microsoft is intent on leaving that behind. This is a surprise to many in the developer community as Microsoft has been notoriously protective of its patents.
The Deep Freeze bundle will be on sale for $29.99 (around £23). This new bundle isn't exclusive to retail stores, however, as players will also be able to purchase and download the content digitally from the eShop or Nintendo's websites. It's worth mentioning that this aesthetic works well in conjunction with the Chiller trap. You'll also get 1,000 V-Bucks, yours to spend as you please. 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 USA dollars. Plus, players are getting $10 dollars back in in-game currency. So hop off the Battlebus (or whatever it is you do in this game) and grab a bundle! Fans haven't particularly been supporters of many explosives, and it would probably be safe to say the Quad Launcher will have to overcome some skeptical thinking.
With another rocket launcher, it'll continue to be tough for players to out-build their opponents. With everything going on in the game, it's easy to see why this battle royale game is so popular.