Fortnite's New Ace Pack Gets You V-Bucks And A Skin For A Good Deal

The pack comes with two cosmetic items and 600 V-Bucks.

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Like many other free-to-play games, Fortnite features a variety of options for spending real-world money if you so choose, between its seasonal Battle Pass and various V-Buck bundles. Epic has introduced yet another bundle to Fortnite's in-game store, and it's a particularly good deal if you're looking to get more V-Bucks.

The new Fortnite Ace Pack is now available to purchase on all platforms--PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, and mobile. The pack costs $5 and includes two new cosmetics: the Ace Outfit and the Swag Bag Back Bling, both of which can be seen below.

In addition to the customization items, the Ace Pack comes with 600 V-Bucks, which can be spent on other cosmetics for Battle Royale or put toward your Battle Pass. V-Bucks can typically only be acquired by playing Fortnite's paid Save the World mode or purchasing them directly with real-money, and the cheapest tier nets you 1,000 for $10, making this pack a very good value, even if you aren't interested in its cosmetics. However, the pack can only be purchased once per account.

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The Ace Pack replaces the similar Starter Pack that Epic introduced to Fortnite: Battle Royale earlier this year. That likewise cost $5 and included 600 V-Bucks, along with a different pair of cosmetics--the Rogue Agent outfit and the Catalyst Back Bling--but it is no longer available for purchase.

In addition to the Ace Pack, Epic recently rolled out Fortnite's 5.30 content update. That brought a new weapon to Battle Royale called the Shockwave Grenade and marked the start of the game's latest limited-time mode, the returning Solid Gold. Save the World, meanwhile, received a new hero and another weekly Horde Challenge.

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