Fortnite Frozen Legends Bundle Returning To In-Game Store This Holiday Season

A rare Fortnite skin bundle is making a comeback this holiday season, based on some eyewitness sightings.

Many Fortnite skins have limited availability and revolve in and out of the in-game store every few months. However, some skins are only available for direct buying on special occasions such as the Frozen Legends Pack. Originally launched back in 2018, this $25 bundle contains three exclusive Fortnite skins. Now, some players have noticed the bundle in the game’s Nintendo Switch version, though it is not purchasable yet.


The first skin in the bundle is the Frozen Raven along with its Frozen Iron Back Bling, complete with a magical hood and blaring icy blue eyes. Second is the Frozen Red Knight with its Frozen Red Shield Back Bling. Lastly, completing the trio is the Frozen Lover Ranger skin, which is a bluer version of a skin initially released for Valentine’s Day. All of these skins are recolors of past and existing skins, which clarify why the Frozen Red Knight is entirely blue.

All of these skins have had their non-winter-themed versions available in the past several months, but those who want these versions should log in as soon as they are made available and spend their V-Bucks before they go away from the in-game store.

Also available in the game now is a skin set inspired by one of the most popular Marvel superheroes – Black Widow. The Russian spy turned Avenger will be featured in the game sporting a snowsuit and wearing batons as back bling.

Most fans believe that the decision to showcase Black Widow in a snowsuit rather than her classic black leather suit is because this time was intended to promote the Black Widow movie by Marvel Studios, which has yet to be released due to the ongoing global pandemic.

In related news, it seems that the game will be receiving some significant updates on the next-gen consoles. According to a statement from Epic Games Lead Console Programmer Ben Woodhouse, the development team is planning to incorporate 120 FPS once Fortnite migrates to Unreal Engine 5 next year.


Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc is a frantic writer, blogger, and ghostwriter. He quit his office job as an Applications Engineer for the love of writing. When he’s not working, he’s either playing with his PS4 or his 1-year old daughter.

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