Season 6 is here and so is a brand-new Battle Pass for Fortnite. Although you can enjoy some rewards as part of the free tier, to truly unlock the full customizable potential of Epic’s Battle Royale title, you’ll need to spend 950 V-Bucks to get the premium Battle Pass. If you own that, all you’ve got to do is sink time into the game and complete challenges, which in turn level up the pass.
As the Battle Pass ranks up, new items will unlock that you can equip. There’s over 100 rewards to get and, if previous seasons are any indication, it’ll take you between 70 to 150 hours of play to get it all. If you’re new to it all, we’ve got a rundown of how the Battle Pass works to get you up to speed.
For the Fortnite veterans, we’ve put together a look at everything that’s included in the Battle Pass. Over the next few pages you’ll see all the skins, emotes, bling, and pretty much everything available.
The start of Fortnite Season 6 brings with it a big new update and numerous changes to the game. As detailed in the Fortnite update 6.0 patch notes, there’s a bunch of new things to keep an eye out for in-game. Perhaps the most exciting is the introduction of Pets, which tag along with you in game and will react to things that happen around you. In battle, for example, they growl, and if you’re leaping great distances they’ll hang on for dear life–and look adorable while doing it. You can get your hands on all three Pets through the premium Battle Pass; you can see them above.
In addition to that, a number of items and weapons have been put into the Vault, meaning you’ll no longer find the through regular play. These include the Impulse Grenade, Suppressed Submachine Gun, Light Machine Gun, Bouncer, and Remote Explosives. Although they’re not usable in the core gameplay mode, you can jump into Playgrounds if you miss them.
The update also makes some changes to the Island by introducing new map locations to Fortnite. The patch notes name the Floating Island, Corrupted Areas, Corn Fields, and Haunted Castle as being among them, but also tease players with more by saying “drop in and find the rest in-game,” so there’s bound to be plenty more.