Fans are now able to ger the latest cosmetic items being made available by Epic Games on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
The Fortnite Starter Pack download is now live, having been leaked a few weeks ago.
It gave fans their first taste of what the development team had planned for outside the usual Battle Pass items.
As you might already know, the new bundle comes as a limited release, containing a few cosmetic items.
According to the originally leaked information, the new Starter Pack may only be around until early April.
So those who are interested in spending money on some V-Bucks may want to look at exactly what they get from the new bundle.
It should be noted that the new Fortnite Starter Pack contains the Rogue Agent skins, as well as the Catalyst Back Bling.
These items can be found on both the Xbox Store and PlayStation Store, and cost around 3.99 to purchase.
These items are now available to earn as part of the game’s Battle Pass, which also costs V-Bucks to buy.
Here’s the official information listed on the console store, which confirms that the new items are only available to use in Battle Royale mode.
“V-Bucks are an in-game currency that can be spent in both the Battle Royale PvP mode and the Save the World PvE campaign.
“In Battle Royale you can purchase new customization items for your Hero, glider, or pickaxe.
“In Save the World you can purchase Llama Pinata card packs that contain weapon, trap and gadget schematics as well as new Heroes and more!
“Note: Items do not transfer between the Battle Royale mode and the Save the World campaign.”
As mentioned above, those with an existing Battle Pass can already earn new cosmetics for their character in-game.
The Battle Pass gives players a chance to earn exclusive rewards by levelling up and completing challenges.
Epic Games releases a new set of seven in-game challenges each week.
Completing four of the challenges nets players a whopping 4,000 XP, not to mention a ton of Battle Stars.
The challenges are separated into hard and regular tiers of difficulty. The hard difficulty Fortnite challenges are worth ten Battle Stars, while the regular tasks will reward fans with five Battle Stars.
This week’s challenges have players searching for treasure, visiting gas stations and dealing damage with the pickaxe.
It follows the news that Fortnite developer Epic Games have given fans fresh hope of cross-platform play between PS4 and Xbox One.
Epic CEO Tim Sweeney believes that cross-platform barriers imposed by Sony and Microsoft will inevitably come down.
Speaking at GDC (via GamesIndustry.biz), he said: “I think it’s inevitable now. Games have become social experiences in the same way that Facebook or Twitter have, and these experiences only really make sense if gamers can communicate with all of their friends.
“For Sony and Microsoft to support their customers well they have to be open to all their customer’s friends – their real world friends – otherwise they’re breaking up real-world social groups.
“Like kids in school have their friends, and do you expect this platform schism to divide them into two separate groups that can’t play together? No. It’s got to come together now.
“That one remaining barrier will inevitably come down.”