Deimos rises from the lonely shadows to join the Fortnite Crew, and he's coming soon. We have all the details about the new Fortnite Crew skin from May for you.
In December 2020, Epic Games introduced Fortnite Crew, a paid subscription service where players can sign up for exclusive in-game cosmetics and some other notable perks. May marks the sixth consecutive month since the Crew's debut. Dedicated subscribers have received five packs since the service began, and now the sixth is just around the corner.
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What's included in the Fortnite Crew Pack for May?
Fortnite's Twitter account revealed the complete Deimos set shortly after the first leak. It contains the following cosmetics and items:
- Deimos Outfit + Alt-Styles
- Sorrow’s Edge Back Bling
- Sorrow’s Reach Pickaxe
- Doomed Echo Wrap
- Skull Stalker Loading Screen
- 1.000 V-Bucks
- Chapter 2, Season 6 Battle Pass
- Save the World + Deimos as a hero
Subscribers will also receive the usual 1,000 V-Bucks and the free Battle Pass. If you have already purchased this season's Battle Pass before becoming a member, you will receive a one-time refund of 950 V-Bucks to your account. But that's not all this time! Epic has announced that Fortnite Crew subscribers will also get the following offers:
- A code to get the first three months of Spotify Premium for free
- A special bonus each Tuesday throughout the month of May
However, it is not yet clear what this new weekly bonus will be.
When Will the Fortnite Crew Pack for May Be Released?
The May update for Fortnite Crew will go live on May 1, 2021 at 02:00 CEST. At that time, subscribers will be able to collect all the perks. In the meantime, Fortnite fans should prepare for the arrival of Neymar Jr. in Fortnite on April 27.
How Much Does the Crew Service Cost?
As always, the Fortnite Crew service costs $11.99 per month and can be canceled at any time. You can keep all of your perks. Additionally, you won't lose any outfits, V-Bucks, or Battle Passes should you decide to cancel the subscription.
Original article by EarlyGame's Alisa Eiber.