Twitch Prime Announces PUBG Jungle Crate, Still the Only Way I Can Get Loot in the Game

Twitch Prime Announces PUBG Jungle Crate, Still the Only Way I Can Get Loot in the Game


I think I'm bad at PUBG. I used to be okay, then I stopped playing for a couple months and now I'm just terrible. As a result, I haven't been earning a lot of points in the game which in turn keeps me from redeeming them for crates. Luckily there's Twitch Prime which just announced a new Jungle Crate free for Twitch Prime members. Which I am.

Every month or so Twitch Prime announces a new exclusive PUBG crate with cosmetic items exclusive to Twitch Prime subscribers. Don't worry, if you are an Amazon Prime member you also get Twitch Prime for free. The Jungle Crate is coming out on August 17, so you'll have some time to get your Prime affairs in order.

Twitch Prime Jungle Crate

The Jungle Crate contains eight items with six cosmetic clothing and two weapon skins: Croc Bite for the M16A4 and the Bengal Blade for the SCAR-L. Here's a list of the items included in the crate:

  • Explorer Hat
  • Tiger Print Bandana
  • Explorer Coat
  • Leopard Print Vest
  • Explorer Knickers
  • Leather Boots
  • Croc Bite Weapon Skin
  • Bengal Blade Weapon Skin

How to redeem a Twitch Prime PUBG Crate

Twitch Prime is Twitch's premium subscription service which includes free Prime games, as well as some bonus features on Twitch. If you're an Amazon Prime member you already have Twitch Prime, just log into Twitch and link your Amazon account.

Once signed in, you'll need to sign into PUBG on PC (no Xbox One prizes), and there's an icon in the upper right of the lobby screen that will let you link your Twitch Prime account. Once complete the loot should be sent to your PUBG inventory.

For more, check out our PUBG guide for the best tips and starter tricks so that maybe you can earn actual points instead of someone like me who just waits for new items to appear on Twitch.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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