Fortnite's Frozen Legends Pack Removed From Shop After Only Two Weeks

Fortnite's Frozen Legends Pack Removed From Shop After Only Two Weeks

But other, older skins packs are still available.

If you were looking to purchase the Frozen Legends pack in Fortnite Battle Royale to see in the new year, we've got some bad news for you. As of January 7, roughly three weeks after the pack went on sale in Fortnite, the Frozen Legends bundle is no longer available to buy.

The Frozen Legends bundle was originally made available through the Fortnite store just before Christmas, launching on December 24. It contained the Raven, Red Knight, and Love Ranger skins, all of which had received a winter-themed makeover as part of Fortnite Season 7.

The Frozen Legends pack retailed for $24.99 on all platforms. As of right now, the Summer Striker and Deep Freeze packs are still available to buy through the Fortnite store, and there's no word from Epic on whether the Frozen Legends pack will be returning to the game at a later date.

Over on the Fortnite Battle Royale subreddit, there's a fair amount of confusion. "Frozen Legends Pack Returning?" reads one post, to which the top reply is "Probably not."

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