We are now used to seeing Epic Games ed Apple at the antipodes, but according to some documents stolen in the course of the last few hours, the creators of Fortnite they were collaborating with the Cupertino company to offer players a particular subscription service.
According to what emerged recently, in fact, Epic wanted to integrate Fortnite Club (service known today as Fortnite Crew) within a monthly subscription package including Apple TV + and Apple Music. It is not clear whether the agreement was blown due to the dispute between the two parties a few months ago or whether the decision was made previously, but it seems clear that the intentions of the software house have always been to give life to a definitely rich subscription from the point of view of contents. It is no coincidence that the May bundle for Fortnite Crew subscribers not only includes skins and V-Bucks but also access to Save the World and three months of Spotify Premium. It is not excluded that in the future a streaming service such as Netflix O Disney+, a platform which has already been part of a promotion linked to the game some time ago.
Did you know that a recent Fortnite leak highlighted the Creative 2.0 mode and the skins of Naruto, Metroid and Kill Bill?