Epic and Twitch recently made some free loot available for Twitch Prime members. This guide tells about what is included and how to get your Twitch Prime Loot in ‘Fortnite: Battle Royale’.
Here’s what you can get:
- Battle Royale Havoc Outfit & Back Bling: Style on friend and foe with the Havoc outfit and his Back Bling.
- Battle Royale Sub Commander Outfit & Slipstream Glider: Navigate the battlefield in the Sub Commander Outfit and Slipstream Glider.
- Save the World Heroes: Even the mighty Smasher won’t stand a chance against Havoc and Sub Commando Jonesy.
- Twitch Chat Emojis: Show your Fortnite pride with 4 exclusive Twitch chat emojis.
How to get your Twitch Prime Loot in ‘Fortnite: Battle Royale’
- Go to Twich Prime Pack.
- Have Twitch Prime? – You’ll need to link your PSN, Xbox Live or Epic account, after which Twitch will deliver the goods to your account to be made available the next time you sign into the game
- Not a Twitch prime member? – You can either sign up for a 30-day trial or create a new account by linking your Amazon Prime account.
Twitch Prime has given away free loot before as part of various game partnerships. Previous drops have included Overwatch, Call of Duty: WW2 and Paladins. Twitch is also currently pushing Overwatch League by rewarding people with redeemable tokens just for watching. That’s the strangeness and beauty of a virtual goods economy: all this stuff is free unless it’s not.
Epic also has some free loot for you if you’re a PlayStation Plus member, so PS4 players who spend a lot of time ordering stuff on Amazon can quickly load up on a nice little locker even if they’ve just recently started playing the game.
Note: You might be a Twitch Prime member, and not even know it. That’s because Twitch is an Amazon property, and Amazon Prime memberships are reciprocal here. So come for two day shipping and the charming if under-appreciated Mozart in the Jungle, stay for the sweet loot.