New Fortnite Skins Headline Season 4 Battle Pass Update

Epic Games has recently launched a new Battle Pass for avid players of Fortnite. The new Fortnite Battle Pass offers players new skins and rewards. The game’s Battle Pass just came a week after Epic Games commenced the game’s Season 4 with the 4.0 update for PC, mobile, PS4 and Xbox One console platforms.

 

Fortnite Skins Season 4 Battle Pass Update

 

Epic Games said that players could by the Fortnite Battle Pass exclusively with V-Bucks. However, there’s no real money involved. The price of Fortnite Battle Pass is pegged at 950 V-Bucks, and this works out under $10 if you are planning to buy the smallest bundle of V-Bucks which is around 1,000.

Now, if you are planning to have an instant access to the game’s various rewards, Epic Games said the worth is estimated to be more than 3, 500 V-Bucks. This includes two skins which are a Carbide and Battlehawk skins.

 

Players will also be getting two bonuses all throughout the duration of the season. This means you will get 50 percent extra match XP and 10 percent more if you are playing with other friends.

Moreover, Fortnite players could also get an access to a set of free Starter challenges. They could also unlock a several handful of rewards. However, during the game’s weekly challenges, a majority of the unlockables are intended only for the Battle Pass owners.

Blizzard Releases Overwatch’s New Legendary Hanzo Skin

Game developer Blizzard has teased the fans of Overwatch for several skins that will be released on January 23. A preview of the skins surfaced recently and one of which is the
Kabuki Hanzo legendary skin.

 

Blizzard to release skins, emotes, maps for Overwatch

 

Before the Kabuki Hanzo legendary skin was revealed, Blizzard has also released a Capoeira Lucio outfit, Asp Pharrah, among others. The company said that five heroes of Overwatch would also be receiving new epic skins.

 

These skins, according to Blizzard, will be rolled out during Tuesday’s launched. Apart from these, gamers would also enjoy the new skins for Symmetra, Reaper, McCree, Junkrat, and Zenyatta, respectively.

 

Also, the game developer has teased fans that a legendary skin for D.Va will be revealed anytime soon. Blizzard said that both the new skins, emotes, and sprays, as well as the game’s new map, will be revealed on Tuesday, January 23.

 

Meanwhile, the developer added that fans would be getting a timely update until Tuesday. This means that fans of the Overwatch will soon expect some changes to loot boxes. This information was shared by Jeff Kaplan, the game’s director.

 

So what’s inside the Overwatch’s standard loot boxes? Inside the standard loot boxes, Kaplan said, are tons of new content.

 

With this, players should be able to unlock things at their convenience. The new way is a departure to the usual practice of having a time-limited event loot boxes.

Blizzard: Overwatch Update Adds New Skins And Makes Changes

Avid players of the popular game Overwatch League will get to enjoy new skins based on the league’s various teams. Apart from the new skins, the game developer also brought an update some changes, additions and fixes.

 

 

Blizzard has rolled out the Overwatch League update for PC, PS4 and Xbox One gaming consoles. The game developer said that the game’s new team skins are not just available in the loot box.

 

 

To get the new skins, gamers should buy the new skins with League Tokens. Gamers can buy the skins in bundles with a price ranging from $5 which is equivalent to 100 Tokens to 2,600 Tokens, that’s if a gamer opted to buy a $100-worth of tokens.

 

 

Apart from these, a player could also buy an individual skin that would cost 100 Tokens. And here’s an earlier treat. Blizzard said that players would be able to receive 100 Tokens if they could logged-in between now and February 13.

 

 

However, if a gamer aims to collect a complete collection of the game’s skin. Obviously, it would be very expensive with a possible price of $1,200. Players could access the whole collection of the skins in the Overwatch gallery.

 

A selected patch notes, as published on Blizzard’s website, is presented below.

 

Introducing Overwatch League Team Skins

 

Time to suit up! Overwatch League home-team skins are now live and can be purchased via our new League Token system, which allows players to directly support their favorite Overwatch League team (or teams!). Home-team skins are available for all 12 OVerwatch League teams and all 26 Overwatch heroes.

General Updates

General

”    Players can now watch the Overwatch League stream via the Overwatch League menu option when games are live

”    [PS4/XB1] Players can now bind all communication wheel options to a gamepad button

”    [PS4/XB1] An option to press and hold crouch rather than toggling the ability has been added to Options > Controls > Movement

”    [PS4/XB1] A slider for “Friendly Aim Assist Strength” has been added to Ana’s control options under Options > Controls > Hero. This will make it easier to aim at allies

”    Weapon accuracy is no longer increased or decreased when shooting at Genji’s Deflect or abilities that block projectiles (e.g. Winston’s Barrier Projector or Mei’s Ice Wall)

User Interface

Heroes

”    Zenyatta’s Orb of Discord and Orb of Harmony will now display its target’s health bar

Bug Fixes

General

”    Fixed an issue that prevented earned items from being displayed when a Loot Box was opened

”    Fixed a bug that caused a duplicate “Current Competitive Season” selection to appear in the Career Profile dropdown menu

”    [PC] Fixed a bug that prevented players from being able to navigate in-game menus with the tab key

”    Fixed a bug that prevented UI elements for Tracer’s Blink from displaying when switching between first- and third-person view in spectator mode

”    Fixed a bug that prevented the ammo count for Doomfist’s Hand Cannon from displaying when switching between first- and third-person view in spectator mode

 

 

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