Fortnite fans have another special set of cosmetics that PS4 and PS5 players with PS Plus can pick up for free in the PS Store. And it's easy to do, so bring on the free Jun-Hwan outfit!
PlayStation Plus subscribers can now get some free cosmetics for Fortnite as part of a new cross-promotion between our favorite Battle Royale title and Sony. The PlayStation creators have given fans free goodies to Fortnite as a reward to PlayStation Plus subscribers, and they're back at it again! So what's in store for players this time, and how do you grab the free cosmetics?
What's Included In The Free PS Plus Bundle?
The new Fortnite Pack, which will soon be available for download for PlayStation Plus subscribers, contains the following items:
- Outfit Jun-Hwan
- Back Bling Ember Holster
- Harvesting Tool Ember Batons
The cosmetics are mostly in black and gray colors with a few red elements. Jun-Hwan's hair shines in a bright blue, which is supposed to reflect the typical PlayStation color. The package is expected to be available on December 12th at 7 PM ET. Until then, you still have time to get the latest PlayStation Celebration Pack.
How To Get The Free PlayStation Plus Fortnite Skin
Those who are subscribers to the PS Plus service will get the pack for free. To download it, just follow these couple of steps:
- Go to the PlayStation Store.
- Sign in with your Sony account.
- "Purchase" the free PlayStation Plus Fortnite bundle (assuming that you are a PS Plus subscriber, of course).
Of course, you can also grab the bundle directly from the PlayStation Store on your console. Then, the next time you log into your Fortnite account, you should find the cosmetics in your locker.
What's also pretty cool is that you can plug in the cosmetics regardless of which console you're on. Since Fortnite accounts can be linked between different platforms, this means you can download the cosmetics through PlayStation Plus and then equip them through Xbox, Nintendo Switch, PC, or even mobile.
It's not known how long the bundle will clear on the PlayStation Store. However, looking at past bundles, you should have enough time to download the content.
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