Deep Freeze Bundle is releasing on November 16th for $29.99, which is a steal... for the companies!
Fortnite, a free-to-play game, will be on store shelves this holiday for $30.
When we contacted Epic, a spokesperson confirmed that the bundle would not include Save the World, which now goes for $39.99, but has seen a few 50% reductions over the past year.
Why it matters: Epic is setting itself up for a stellar holiday season with a new Fortnite Battle Royale bundle that offers both a solid value for newcomers and some exclusive skins that'll no doubt attract veteran players who already own the base game. This new bundle isn't exclusive to retail stores, however, as players will also be able to purchase and download the content digitally from the eShop or Nintendo's websites.
For the uninitiated, this is actually a pretty good deal. You'll also get 1,000 V-Bucks, yours to spend as you please. Fortnite's Legendary outfits cost 2,000 V-Bucks ($20).
As its name suggests, the Disco Domination LTM is a Domination-type game mode that requires players to locate, capture, and dance on Dance Floors on the Fortnite map, earning points in the process. Now the game only allows you to interact with doors by opening and closing them, so it's likely a new animation or interaction of some sort will be rolled out when the challenges go live.
Nevertheless, until this bundle launches, players have plenty to keep this busy.
New Fortnite Week 3 challenges are set to go live in under 10 MINUTES.
It's also probable that a rocket fired from the Quad Launcher won't do as much damage as one fired from a standard Launcher.
Fortnite is available now in early access for iOS, Android, PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.