Season 3 of Fortnite‘s free-to-play Battle Royale mode is instantly coming near, and with it’s going to come a brand new Battle Pass for avid gamers to buy. After the discharge of the Season 2 Battle Pass, Epic had stated that each one long term passes would must be bought at once with actual cash, however it seems that this is now not the case.
On the legitimate Fortnite Twitter account, Epic introduced that the Season 3 Battle Pass for Battle Royale mode will value 950 V-Bucks (Fortnite’s in-game foreign money)–the identical value as the former Battle Pass. Moreover, the developer showed, “We will not be offering the Season 3 Battle Pass as a real money purchase.”
V-Bucks are got essentially by way of buying them via Fortnite’s in-game retailer, however there are different ways to earn the foreign money, comparable to by way of leveling up your Battle Pass or by way of enjoying Fortnite’s PvE Save the World mode, which continues to be these days in paid early get admission to. The choice to simply promote the following Battle Pass for V-Bucks is excellent news for avid gamers who have been steadily enjoying Save the World or have stored up a large number of V-Bucks from their present Battle Pass, however those that opted to spend their foreign money after listening to the Battle Pass would value actual cash might not be reasonably as happy.
Season 2 of Fortnite: Battle Royale ends subsequent week, on February 20. In the period in-between, avid gamers can pick out up some Valentine’s Day-themed beauty pieces, despite the fact that it is now too overdue to participate in Battle Royale’s most up-to-date limited-time mode, Shooting Test. PS Plus subscribers too can now declare a loose PlayStation Plus Celebration beauty pack on PS4.
On most sensible of the brand new season, Epic Games has so much in retailer for Fortnite: Battle Royale within the close to long term. The developer just lately teased some limited-time modes it plans to carry quickly, together with a changed model of the 50v50 match. Epic may also take away a weapon from Battle Royale this week, despite the fact that it’s going to nonetheless go back sooner or later.