The Fortnite players who took advantage of an error from Epic Games and downloaded what was supposed to be exclusive content, when it appeared in the in-game store, finally have an answer as to whether or not they're able to keep it.
The iKONIK skin and Scenario emote turned out to not be as exclusive as first planned, after many people spotted that Epic had mistakingly added it to their in-game store on March 5.
Samsung had announced that the content bundle would be available for just new owners of their new Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ or S10e Android devices, but the mishap made them available early and to much more than just new phone buyers.
After being made aware of the gaffe, the developer has since owned the mistake and their latest announcement will be good news for those who managed to nab it from the store when they did.
"There was an issue with how we set up the Outfit Pack within the mobile launcher, causing it to appear for free in the store during this limited time period," JustMooney1 posted to the game's subreddit. "If you claimed it, you keep it."
On the other hand, though, new Samsung buyers have lost out on what was supposed to be exclusive content in the process.
We have already put together a simple guide on how to get the iKONIK skin, which could be very useful if you're looking to get your hands on the iKON inspired content when it's officially made available.
In terms of an official timeline, the skin and emote will be released for owners of the smartphones listed earlier to download on March 8.
There will also be an event held at New York City's Meatpacking district on March 16 featuring Tyler 'Ninja" Blevins where they will be showcased fully as well.
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