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TSM Myth refocuses content creation efforts, devises ‘Operation: #StealTheViews’

Published: 9/Oct/2018 11:27 Updated: 9/Oct/2018 11:30

by Ross Deason

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If you’re a regular viewer of TSM’s Ali ‘Myth’ Kabbani on Twitch, you may have noticed that he has switched his Fortnite Battle Royale resolution back to ‘native’ after spending some time on ‘stretched’.

Now the professional player has revealed that the reason for this change is simple – he’s beginning to focus on content creation again until there is more direction in the competitive Fortnite scene.

“Fortnite comp, like, genuinely we don’t know where the fuck it’s going in the next three months, right?” Myth explained. “So I’d rather just go back to natural res, steal the views while I can, and then when comp comes out, dude, go back to stret- I mean stay on native and just dominate the scene.”

He then doubled down on his statements about not going back to a stretched resolution, insisting that it was a slip of the tongue: “Sorry, that was a typo with my mouth. Never going back to stretch boys.”

Later in the stream, Myth presented his viewers with a document titled ‘Operation: #StealTheViews’ and explained: “It’s in full effect baby, this is it! You ready baby? We taking them back!”

The document consisted of a list of steps to complete this #StealTheViews operation.

Myth has been focusing his efforts predominantly on competitive Fortnite in recent weeks but his growth on Twitch seemed to be taking a hit as a result, with OpTic Gaming’s Jack ‘CouRage’ Dunlop recently suggesting that he has “refocused how he’s branding himself.”

We’re not sure how serious Myth is about his campaign, but we can’t argue with the people that say the native resolution looks better!

Long-time fans of the 19-year-old will be glad to hear that he is going to be concentrating on his streaming again.

Whether or not that focus will change once again when a Fortnite esports circuit is laid out is currently uncertain.

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What’s included in Fortnite Crew membership? Battle Pass, skins, prices

Published: 30/Nov/2020 12:37

by David Purcell

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Fortnite Crew membership allows players to get the Battle Pass, V-Bucks, exclusive skins and other monthly benefits for a set price. The list of rewards will update each month, but it’s made a promising start to kick off Season 5. 

Epic Games have confirmed that the new system will come into action alongside the game’s first major update of Season 5. Instead of having to purchase individual skins from the Fortnite Item Shop like usual, the developers are offering guaranteed rewards to Crew members that cannot be obtained any other way.

Monthly subscriptions have been all the rage since Netflix rose to prominence, but now many major players in the gaming world have followed suit. Xbox has its Ultimate Game Pass, for example, and now Fortnite’s creators have come up with their own.

Let’s run through what’s included.

Fortnite Crew membership price and start date

One of the most important factors in a player making up their mind about buying Fortnite Crew will be the price. The full price list can be seen below, for various currencies:

  • $11.99
  • £9.99

This looks to be pretty reasonable, if you consider the Battle Pass is usually $9.50 anyway. Aside from that, it’s also worth noting that the Fortnite Crew membership won’t be available until December 2, which is when Season 5 launches.

What’s included? (December 2020)

Fortnite Crew outfit pack for December
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The Fortnite Crew outfit pack for December will include skins and cosmetics unobtainable in any other way.

According to an official blog post from Epic Games, the Fortnite Crew membership will include the following:

  • Fortnite Season 5 Battle Pass
  • An exclusive monthly Crew Pack
  • 1,000 V-Bucks each month

These rewards will vary from month to month in terms of what’s included in the skin pack, though based on how obsessive the community has become over skins and cosmetics, it will likely be a popular event to open it each time.

They said in an official statement: “Monthly Crew Packs always contain a new Outfit along with at least one accessory. All items are exclusive to Fortnite Crew members.”

Fortnite Crew trailer

For those who haven’t yet seen it, a Fortnite Crew trailer was released on November 24.

How to sign up for Fortnite Crew

  1. Launch Fortnite on your console or PC.
  2. Enter the Battle Pass menu screen.
  3. Click the Fortnite Crew signup icon.
  4. Enter your details and complete the sign-up!

How to get Fortnite Crew rewards

Fortnite Crew
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The Fortnite Crew rewards will differ slightly month on month, in terms of what’s included in the Outfit Pack.

Epic Games have confirmed all you have to do, once you’re all signed up, is log into your Primary Platform each monthly subscription period to access your subscription content. This will vary from month to month in terms of what’s included, though generally the V-Bucks and Battle Pass will be guaranteed.

Is it cross platform?

In a series of frequently answered questions, Epic Games have confirmed a player’s Crew account will only work for their primary platform. For example, if you sign up for the Crew on Xbox One or Series X|S, it won’t carry over to PlayStation 4/5.

On the subject, they have said: “Your Subscription is associated with the platform on which you purchased it (your “Primary Platform”) until it is canceled and is not transferable. Be sure to choose the platform (e.g., Xbox, PlayStation, Switch) you purchase your Subscription on carefully. You’ll be able to access the items you receive from the Subscription across different platforms, but the V-Bucks you receive may not be redeemable on other platforms.”

We will update this every month and add new details about Fortnite Crew rewards, as and when that information is made available.