Fortnite Season 7 releases today and Epic Games has announced what you can expect in way of the Fortnite Battle Pass, skins, and of course, Fortnite Season 7 patch notes. For one, the Fortnite Battle Pass gets new challenges and skins for the same in-game price of 950 V-bucks. In fact, Epic Games has revealed that there are new styles you can unlock with Fortnite Battle Pass skins for Season 7. At the moment, Fortnite is down as the update is being prepped though expect the Fortnite Season 7 download size to be around 150MB on iOS like previous season updates.
The Fortnite Battle Pass receives some interesting changes this time around, giving you Lynx and Zenith skins from the get go. These Fortnite Battle Pass skins unlock new styles as you keep playing and levelling up. Furthermore, purchasing the Fortnite Battle Bundle nets you the Sgt. Winter skin as well. In addition to these, the Fortnite Season 7 Battle Pass has over 100 new exclusive rewards including new cosmetic item types known as Wraps. These allow you to customise your gear with all new looks to match and complement your favourite outfits. Fortnite Battle Pass owners will also get early access to their own island in Creative: a brand new place for you to build your dream Fortnite with your friends.
Previosly, Epic Games confirmed Fortnite's Creative Mode. As we reported earlier, Fortnite Creative Mode will launch alongside Fortnite Season 7 on December 6. In Fortnite Creative Mode players would be able to customise their own private maps with game modes as they choose not too dissimilar to Minecraft. While the Fortnite Creative Mode release date is December 6, those who buy the Fortnite Battle Pass get to experience a week earlier with general access rolling out from December 13.
"Battle Pass owners will have access to a private island for the first week of Season 7," a post from Epic reads. "During this early access week Battle Pass owners can invite their friends to play on their island. Starting December 13, all players will have access to a private island for free."
Like all things Fortnite, Creative Mode is work in progress. Epic claims to give it the same level of attention and care it gives to the game's other modes.
"Fortnite Creative is new and exciting, but not final," the post continues. "We'll be adding many new features and improvements over the next few updates. Like Battle Royale and Save the World, we're committed to making this bigger and better over time."
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