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Get Free Fortnite Gear For PS Plus Members (PS4)

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It's no secret that Fortnite is one of the most popular games on the planet, nor that the PS4 is the best-selling console of this generation. That means there must be a lot of PS4 owners who enjoy playing Fortnite. If you fall into that category and you happen to be a PlayStation Plus member, here's some good news. You can grab the Fortnite: Battle Royale PlayStation Plus Celebration Pack for free.

The Celebration Pack is a bundle of three in-game items: Prodigy outfit, Tabulator back bling, and a 2D Pizza emoticon. Like all Fortnite gear, these items are purely cosmetic and don't affect gameplay. And while you normally have to spend V-Bucks or complete challenges to get in-game items like these, this pack is available for free just for being a PS Plus member.

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The Prodigy outfit consists of glasses, a red handkerchief worn around the neck, and a blue sweater vest adorned with math symbols. The Tabulator back bling is a giant calculator that displays the number of eliminations you've gotten during the current match, and the 2D Pizza emoticon is a slice of cheesy pepperoni pizza.

This isn't the first free pack of Fortnite gear for PS Plus members. Previous packs have vanished from the PlayStation Store after a few weeks, so it's safe to assume this one will do the same. Before it does, be sure to add it to your account.

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