Fortnite: Chapter 2 – Season 4’s Battle Pass brings with it a whole load of new skins, emotes and various cosmetics that are sure to delight Marvel fans. For everyone else, though, maybe not so much.
This season’s Battle Pass items consist purely of Marvel cosmetics and a lot of the tiers are built-in emotes and gliders that can only be used for those specific skins. That’s not what we like to see — you don’t really get much value with the Battle Pass
Here’s what you get with the Fortnite: Chapter 2 – Season 4 Battle Pass in terms of skins, all accompanied by a review and what we enjoy the most. As always, the Battle Pass will set you back 950 V-Bucks.
Fortnite: Chapter 2 – Season 4 Battle Pass Skins
Battle Pass Tier: 1 Rarity: Marvel Rating: C
While it night not be the MCU version and has perhaps too much going on in its design by comparison, it’s hard not like everyone’s favourite lightning boy all the same. Also comes with styles for reaching 100+ Battle Pass levels.
Battle Pass Tier: 22 Rarity: Marvel Rating: B
This one instantly brings back memories of that nerdy female security guard from the original Season 5. Jennifer Walters is bound to be a pick for comp players, but she can also transform into She-Hulk with Battle Pass progress. Those glasses are neat.
Battle Pass Tier: 38 Rarity: Marvel Rating: A
Just receiving word: he is, in fact, Groot. The most likeable character in Marvel’s space universe is going to be quite the unit on the battlefield, and he’s yours for reaching tier 38 on the Battle Pass. Also unlocks Rocket Raccoon as a pet/power once you make progress on your Battle Pass.
Battle Pass Tier: 53 Rarity: Marvel Rating: B
The best member of the X-Men (don’t argue) makes it a pretty sweet debut in Fortnite. Storm, like every other skin in the Battle Pass, has new styles to unlock as well as exclusive cosmetics. It will be interesting to see how her powers affect gameplay.
Battle Pass Tier: 67 Rarity: Marvel Rating: B-
The big baddie drops into Fortnite as a skin, and is almost definitely not going to be used by serious players due to his bulk. Still, he is always cool for everyone who plays for fun, and the fact that he has a throne emote just makes him cooler.
Battle Pass Tier: 80 Rarity: Marvel Rating: B
This scale-less version of Mystique is almost certainly going to be the skin of choice for sweats this season. The best thing about her is that she can eliminate players and then transform into their skins. That’s pretty huge.
Tony Stark/Iron Man
Battle Pass Tier: 93 Rarity: Marvel Rating: B
I hate Tony Stark’s haircut in this. Hate it. It is just not natural. That said, you will be able to play as Iron Man once you hit tier 100, so you can hide these weird bangs away forever.
So, the Battle Pass overall. I don’t think it’s the best value, personally. Yes, each of those skins would go for a lot more money if sold individually in the Item Shop, but the fact that there are no emotes that can’t be used without also having the skin equipped, as well as a lot of the gliders being exactly the same thing, I can’t help but feel like I am getting a lot less than most Battle Passes.
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