How to Claim the Free Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 2 Loot and Skin

How to Claim the Free Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 2 Loot and Skin

More exclusive Fortnite loot for Twitch Prime members. Here's how to get the Trailblazer Skin, the True North Back Bling, Tenderizer Pickaxe, and Feestylin' Emote. How to link your Epic Account to your Twitch Prime account.

If you enjoy Fornite and Loot, you're going to love the Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 2. In this guide we'll detail how to claim the free Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 2 loot, which includes a new skin and a bunch of gear. Find out about all the items included in the Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 2 loot and how to get it by reading our step by step guide below, which includes how to link your Epic Account to your Twitch Prime account.

If you want more Fortnite tips and tricks, head over to our Fortnite Battle Royale Tips guide, and info on on Fortnite Season 4. We've got guides for all the hardest weekly challenges and some general gameplay tips.

Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 2

Twitch and Epic Games are teaming up once again to offer Fortnite Battle Royale players exclusive skins through Twitch Prime. Fortnite players can begin claiming rewards now.

Dubbed the Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 2, Twitch Prime members can redeem an exclusive Fortnite skin, back bling, pickaxe, and emote for free as part of their Twitch Prime subscription. So what exactly is it that players get?

What Items and Skin are Included in the Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 2?

Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 2

Players who claim the Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 2 will receive the following exclusive gear and items. All of the gear sans the Emote look to be inspired by hi-tech army camouflage gear.

  • Battle Royale Trailblazer Skin
  • True North Back Bling
  • Tenderizer Pickaxe
  • Feestylin' Emote

How to Claim the Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 2

If you're struggling to get your hands on the new Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack 2, we've got a complete step-by-step guide for you below. With this guide you'll be using the new items in no time at all.

  • Log into Twitch Prime. If you're an Amazon Prime member you have a free subscription to Twitch Prime since Amazon owns Twitch and made Twitch Prime part of the membership.
  • Link your Epic Account to your Twitch Prime account if you haven't done so already. You can do so here. You can only redeem the Twitch Prime Pack #2 for one console (PC, PS4, Xbox One) but don't worry, your loot is saved to your Epic Account.
  • Click here to redeem your new rewards. Your loot should be sent to your account and available when you next play Fortnite.

Some players had issues redeeming the first Twitch Prime Pack. We have a handy guide on how to fix any potential issues that might come with redeeming the loot for your account on our Fortnite Twitch Prime Loot guide.

Twitch Prime members regularly get loot or exclusive game previews as part of its membership. It's one of the incentives the service offers to get more people to sign up for the service.

For more on Fortnite, check out our Fortnite Battle Royale Season 4 guide for the latest tips and tricks. Epic Games is currently running a limited-time Thanos event in Fortnite to celebrate the latest Avengers: Infinity War film.

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