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Epic’s Fortnite Collaborates With Disney Plus To Reward Its Customers

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Epic Games is rolling out a new promotion that will give Fortnite players, who are new Disney Plus subscribers and make real-money in-game purchases, up to two months of the streaming service for free. The offer is valid from 10th November 2020 to 31st December 2020 to players 18 years old and above.


The offer is available to players in North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand where Disney Plus is available. To qualify, the players will need to make real-money purchases in Fortnite from 6th November 2020.


This includes purchases of its-in game V-Bucks currency, however, purchases with V-Bucks are not eligible. Disney Plus will charge the monthly rate for its subscription at the end of the two-month trial except they cancel.

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“We’re always looking for ways to add value for our Fortnite players, whether it’s with gameplay or other types of entertainment experiences. Extending our partnership with Disney lets us further expand on that value, unlocking an incredible amount of entertainment for our players on Disney’s growing streaming platform, and just in time for The Mandalorian Season 2,” President of Epic Games, Adam Sussman, said.


Disney Plus President, Michael Paull reveals his excitement at the Fortnite collaboration in a statement.We’re coming up on the 1-year anniversary of Disney+ and delighted to mark the occasion by extending the Disney+ experience and incredible content to Fortnite’s passionate fans,” he said.


Fortnite had also announced giving back V-Bucks to iOS and Mac users who cannot enjoy its latest updates. The gaming company and Apple both have legal problems at this time.


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