Loki is the headliner of Fortnite’s Crew Pack in July, available to active Fortnite Crew subscribers from June 30.
The God of Mischief, and star of one of Disney Plus’s latest hit series, is about to enter the Fortnite metaverse and join an array of playable Marvel and Disney characters.
However, the new and much anticipated Loki Laufeyson playable character will only be available to Fortnite Crew members, meaning that you won’t be able to purchase him or any of his accessories in the item shop; you will have to sign up for the monthly Crew Pack.
It also means that Loki – or any accessory associated with the Loki pack – cannot be sold, exchanged, or given away to non-subscribers.
Fortnite Crew is a new Fortnite subscription plan priced at $12 per month, giving members instant access to the current Season’s Battle Pass (season 7), 1,000 V-Bucks every month, exclusive items, and this month, Loki.
The character’s Pack will feature the Loki Laufeyson Outfit, his classic Loki’s Cape Back Bling, the glow stick of destiny Loki’s Scepter Pickaxe, the Chitauri Chariot Glider (not of Asgard or any world known), and the Loki’s Welcoming Loading Screen.
This is not the first time a Marvel or Disney character has appeared in Fortnite. Last year, the game’s fourth season featured only Marvel characters. This was followed by a Mandalorian-themed season.
We also recently saw Thanos appear as a playable character.
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