Newcomers to the world of Fortnite and the Twitch Prime scheme may be asking, “Can you still unlock Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 1?” With the introduction of the second pack, the first has suddenly become unavailable, and players are starting to get a little confused. Here’s what you need to know about the Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 1!
What Was In Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 1?
The Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 1 featured content for Battle Royale, Save the World and the Twitch website. This kind of variety is completely different to what’s seen in the Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 2.
Here’s what was on offer in the Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 1:
- Exclusive Battle Royale Havoc Outfit & Back Bling: Style on friend and foe with the Havoc outfit and his Back Bling.
- Exclusive Battle Royale Sub Commander Outfit & Slipstream Glider: Navigate the battlefield in the Sub Commander Outfit and Slipstream Glider.
- Exclusive Save the World Heroes: Even the mighty Smasher won’t stand a chance against Havoc and Sub Commando Jonesy.
- Exclusive Twitch Chat Emojis: Show your Fortnite pride with 4 exclusive Twitch chat emojis.
How to Get Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 1
With the launch of the second pack, the Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 1 is now unavailable for players to claim and activate. As confirmed by Epic Games, it’s only possible to “receive content that is currently available.” That isn’t to say that the Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 1 won’t be featured again, but it’s gone for now at least.
As detailed on the Epic Games Twitch Prime FAQ page, users who managed to claim the Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 1 without linking their accounts, can still access the skins:
“You will only receive content that is currently available. However, if you have successfully claimed the first Twitch Prime pack but not completed the account linking flow prior to May 9, 2018 at 9 AM PST, you will receive that content after completing the current offer claim flow above.”
This means that if you did manage to claim the Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 1 through Twitch Prime, but didn’t manage to link your game account in time, you’ll still receive that content once the Epic Games and Twitch Prime accounts have been successfully linked together.