Snow Stealth Slone Joins Fortnite Crew December 31

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Snow Stealth Slone Joins Fortnite Crew December 31

Snow Stealth Slone is the newest Fortnite Crew exclusive skin.

Epic Games has officially unveiled the latest addition to Fortnite's subscription service — Fortnite Crew. The developers introduced this monthly offering over a year ago, and we've seen some iconic characters and original concepts since then. The likes of Loki and Green Arrow, respectively from the Marvel and DC Comics universes, appeared in Fortnite Crew. Recently, Fortnite welcomed the Cube Assassin and Sierra. Now, a fresh take on Doctor Slone enters the fray.

Starting December 31 at 7 PM EST, Fortnite Crew members will receive Snow Stealth Slone and several complimentary in-game accessories.

All Snow Stealth Slone Items

We've seen several iterations of Slone back in Chapter 2 Season 7 when she was in the Battle Pass. The Snow Stealth version is not another style, but its own skin instead. Those already enrolled in Fortnite Crew will receive the full suite of items. January 2022's Crew release offers a cosmetic outfit with alternate style, Back Bling, Pickaxe and Wrap.

Here is a complete overview of the items:

The available items for Snow Stealth Slone, including the variant red, yellow and black suit recolor, the sunset style skin

  • Snow Stealth Slone with Winter Sunset Style
  • Snow Stealth Hardcase Back Bling
  • Sleet Spike Pickaxe
  • Snow Stealth Wrap
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In addition, subscribers will receive the usual 1,000 V-Bucks, Chapter 3 Season 1 Battle Pass and the Cube Assassin for those signed up prior to December 31 at 7 PM. Other incentives include the Legacy Back Bling and Pickaxe and Golden Look Board Glider. Fortnite Crew costs $11.99 USD per month; you can sign up on Fortnite's website.

Feature Images: Epic Games

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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.