Fortnite Reveals Crew Pack Content for April 2023

After releasing a brief teaser, Epic Games has revealed April’s Fortnite Crew Pack and the release date. Fortnite Crew is a Fortnite subscription service that has been around for over two years and has been well-received by most players. The monthly subscription service offers several benefits, including a skin that is exclusive to Fortnite Crew subscribers.


Fortnite welcomed Season 2 of Chapter 4 this month, bringing players a futuristic cyberpunk world. The game received new Japanese-inspired areas and buildings and fun mechanics like rail grinding. Season 2 has also been notable for the new crossovers brought to Fortnite, this time with Resident Evil and Attack on Titan. Fortnite also introduced weapons like the popular Kinetic Blade Katana, which added a new layer of dynamics to the gameplay.

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Fortnite Crew subscribers will have access to the April content starting March 31 at approximately 8 PM ET. In April it will be the turn of Fortnite players to cause chaos with the Triarch Nox skin, which comes with the Midnight Aegis Back Bling, Starlit Sai Pickaxe, and Noxious Wrap. As with the previous month’s Fortnite Crew Pack, subscribers will receive the Photonic Legacy Set, which includes the Photonic Striker Pickaxe, a pickaxe that evolves with each Stage. The Fortnite Crew subscription also includes the current battle pass and 1,000 V-Bucks to spend on the various items available in the Fortnite shop.

Fortnite Season 2 has also been garnering attention for introducing a much-celebrated feature: the Unreal Editor for Fortnite (UEFN). This powerful tool allows one to create even more complete maps and experiences within Fortnite, and it didn’t take long for the results to show up on social media. One of the highlights of the ideas made with the new editor is the recreation of Fortnite‘s original map, bringing one of the most beloved versions of the island by players to Chapter 4. Seeing what players are creating in the early days of the tool, Epic Games decided to restrict what is possible to do in Fortnite with the UEFN, mainly to avoid copyright issues.

Fortnite is seemingly unstoppable when it comes to releasing new content for players, and Fortnite Crew is not left out. The service generally explores the game’s own universe, bringing original skins and cosmetics with designs to please all kinds of players. For Fortnite Crew subscribers who prefer skins with a somber appearance, the April pack is sure to pique extra interest.

Fortnite is available now for Mobile, PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

Source: Gamerant

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