Epic Games declares change coming to this ‘pay-to-win’ Fortnite skin

Epic Games have declared that they’re making a move on the ‘pay-to-win’ all-dark and all-white superhero skins.

Fortnite players have been grumbling about the “pay-to-win” superhero skins being hard to find in specific circumstances. At long last, following quite a while of grumblings, Epic are rolling out an improvement to these skins.

The adjustable superhuman skins were an immense hit when they initially hit Fortnite in Season 4. They introduced perhaps the best worth we’ve ever found in a Fortnite skin. You could have a for all intents and purposes limitless number of customization options in only one skin.

Sooner or later, nonetheless, Fortnite players started to understand that there was an issue with these skins. The all-white and – significantly more – all-dark varieties were inconceivably hard to find in specific circumstances, driving players to call them “pay-to-win.”

Fortunately, dissimilar to organizations like Activision, Epic Games have an astonishing history with regards to fixing pay-to-win beauty care products. They modified the Toy Trooper skin, Deep Dab act out, and Llamacorn lightweight plane after these makeup all earned a similar tag.

Epic vowed to examine the issue on Reddit, and later affirmed that they would fix the issue in a later fix.

“We’ve made some adjustments to the materials, and you will no longer be able to have white/white or black/black color combinations when selecting your primary and secondary colors,” They said in a statement. According to the post, this change will go into effect in v15.30.

Like any remaining skins that get changes, players will have the option to get a discount without utilizing a discount token – as long as 30 days after the change produces results.

v15.30 is required to deliver one week from now, so you can look out for that. Meanwhile, make a point to check your corners. Those all-dark superhero skins are as yet waiting.

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