Brr! It’s about to get cold in Fortnite. That’s because Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Epic Games have teamed up to announce a new ‘Fortnite Deep Freeze Bundle’ coming next month. Fans can pick up a physical copy on all platforms or purchase it digitally through the usual channels.
Fortnite Deep Freeze Bundle Details
- Includes the Fortnite Battle Royale game, and premium content.
- Frostbite Outfit, Cold Front Glider, Chill-Axe Pickaxe, Freezing Point Back Bling, and 1,000 V-Bucks.
- Costs $30.00 USD
“Fortnite Battle Royale” first launched in September 2017 and is currently one of the biggest games around with over 125 million registered players. It’s now a pop culture phenomenon and it’s transformed developer Epic Games into a company worth $5-8 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.”
This bundle looks pretty awesome and should serve as a great way to entice players. Many Fortnite fans new and old will want to pick up this sweet outfit and, of course, all the extras. With the Holiday Season just around the corner, this will probably only boost Fortnite sales even more. The Fortnite Deep Freeze Bundle goes live on November 13, and the Frostbite set should also go live around that time. If you don’t want to purchase the physical bundle you can just wait till it appears in the in-game store.
Season 7 is gearing up to be most likely a Winter theme. Right now Fortnite is focusing on Halloween with their various maps displaying spooky themes. New skins and Halloween gear are also on the way so players can get into the Halloween spirit early before the holiday officially arrives.
If you have yet to play Fortnite or are just looking for a great inexpensive gift for a Fortnite fan this holiday season you may want to check out this bundle which adds a little extra (especially those important V-bucks). Let us know your thoughts on this announcement below! Do you plan to purchase Deep Freeze or just the Frostbite Outfit?
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