Fortnite: Southpaw Joins Fortnite Crew in May 2022

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Fortnite: Southpaw Joins Fortnite Crew in May 2022

The underdog — Southpaw — enters Fortnite Battle Royale through the Fortnite Crew. 


The Fortnite Crew monthly subscription service remains a vital asset nearly two years following its release. Epic Games has welcomed many unique characters to the game each month. Some of those include DC Comics character Green Arrow and Marvel Comics character Loki. The developers have utilized Fortnite Crew to bring life to original concepts, such as Mecha Cuddle Master, Summer Skye and many more. 

With April rapidly coming to an end, Epic Games revealed the May 2022 Fortnite Crew exclusive skin. Beginning April 30 at 8 PM EST, Crew members will receive the Southpaw character and cosmetics. Let’s look at what the latest Crew pack has in store. 

Southpaw Joins Fortnite Crew in May

Epic announced perhaps the most unique character to date earlier today named Southpaw. Described as an underdog, Southpaw sports robotic arms, which she controls via her arm suit sleeve. She brings a myriad of other unique cosmetic items to the table.

Let’s look at everything available via the May 2022 Fortnite Crew pack:

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  • Southpaw Outfit
  • Counterpunch Back Bling
  • Arc Flail Pickaxe

Furthermore, subscribers will receive a Loading Screen and Lobby Track bonus throughout the remainder of May. 

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Those looking to join the Fortnite Crew team can head over to the Fortnite website for more information. Members receive the Chapter 3 Season 2 Battle Pass and 1,000 V-Bucks each month. You’ll also unlock the Saraya character for subscribing before April 30. 

Stay tuned to ESTNN for more Fortnite news and updates!

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Matt Pryor
Matt is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University. He appreciates all esports titles but primarily focuses on Fortnite and Call of Duty. Matt continuously analyzes gameplay and plays the games himself to better understand in-game decisions by the best players in the world.