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Summit Striker Starter Pack is now available in Fortnite: Battle Royale

This set was leaked a few days ago.

Paul Walker Nov 6, 2018 9:00 am

The Summit Striker is the new Starter Pack in Fortnite: Battle Royale, and it’s now available. This set replaces the old Ace Starter Pack in the list of V-Bucks shop in-game.

Players who buy the Summit Striker will get 600 V-Bucks, the Summit Striker Outfit, and the Top Notch back bling for $4.99.

If the set isn’t available in your console or region yet, this might mean that Epic Games is making it available region by region. It should become available in all platforms and regions today.

Screengrab via Epic Games

To get this brand-new outfit, players have to log in their Fortnite accounts and go to the Store tab. There they’ll find the new Starter Pack at the far left and will be able to purchase it if they set up a payment method.

Even if you don’t like the outfit or the back bling, this pack is still a great deal. The least expensive V-Bucks pack you can buy offers 1,000 V-Bucks for $10, which is 100 V-Bucks for every dollar you spend. In this starter pack, you’re getting 120 V-Bucks for every dollar you spend, but you also get the cosmetics  immediately without spending these V-Bucks.

If you have a free Battle Pass at a medium level, 600 V-Bucks might be what you need to buy the premium Battle Pass and unlock even more cosmetics before this season ends.

A leak this weekend revealed that the Summit Striker Starter Pack was coming to Fortnite: Battle Royale, but Epic didn’t confirm it until the set became available today a few hours after the v6.22 update went live.

The Summit Striker Starter Pack might be available for several weeks before it is replaced by a new one. Epic has not revealed when it’s leaving the in-game Store.

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