Fortnite Crew membership allows players to get the Battle Pass, V-Bucks, exclusive skins, and other monthly benefits for a set price. The list of rewards will update each month, but it’s proving successful with fans of Fortnite’s skins.
Dexerto says “The new system came into action alongside the game’s first major update of Season 5. Instead of having to purchase individual skins from the Fortnite Item Shop like usual, the developers are offering guaranteed rewards to Crew members that cannot be obtained any other way.Monthly subscriptions have been all the rage since Netflix rose to prominence, but now many major players in the gaming world have followed suit. Xbox has its Ultimate Game Pass, for example, and now Fortnite’s creators have come up with their own.”
Let’s go through the April Fortnite Crew pass, which will also the include the new Season 6 battle pass.
Fortnite Crew April price and start date
One of the main factors of someone buying the Crew Pass is how much it will cost monthly, so here is a list of the prices:
This looks to be pretty reasonable, if you consider the Battle Pass is usually $9.50, anyway.
What’s included? (April 2021)
It’s was announced that the exclusive skin that the Fortnite Crew members will receive in April is the fashionable diva Alli, who comes decked out in a cat-themed outfit with matching cosmetics like a Skellyfish Pickaxe.
According to an official blog post from Epic Games, Alli is the sister of the skin Lynx, and the April edition of the Fortnite Crew membership will include:
- Access to the Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6 Battle Pass
- 1,000 V-Bucks
- Alli Skin
- Squee Back Bling
- Skellyfish Pickaxe
- Cat’s Paw Wrap
- Catwalk Loading Screen
These Rewards will vary month to month in terms of. the new content you will receive. Though based on how obsessive the community has become over skins and cosmetics, it will likely be a popular event to open it each time.
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