Fortnite Chapter 2 - Season 4: Is the Battle Pass worth buying?
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One of the most exciting aspects of any new Fortnite season is the Battle Pass. Epic Games prioritizes the pass over most other content thanks to its monetization and popularity. While this is great for fans of the cosmetics, it also means that a ton of scrutiny is placed on the pass. The first question that pops into many fans’ minds when loading up a new season is “Is the Battle Pass worth it?” Well, today we’re here to go over the Season 4 Battle pass and let you make that decision yourself.

The Fortnite Season 4 Battle Pass

If you missed it, the entire theme for Season 4 is centered around the Marvel universe. As such, the entire Battle Pass is filled with Marvel-themed skins and other cosmetic items. The main lobby screen even features a ton of heroes. So if you’re not a huge fan of Marvel, you might not want to spend $10 on the pass.

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However, if you’re a fan or even indifferent towards the franchise, the Battle Pass is certainly worth looking into. Of course, the various skins and outfits are up for interpretation. Some will love the designs and some will hate them, regardless of fandom.

If you want to make that estimation yourself, here’s a full tour of the Fortnite Season 4 Battle Pass:

If you watched the entire tour, you’ll know that Thor is the tier 1 skin you’ll receive upon the purchase of the Battle Pass. However, what you might not have seen is Wolverine, who’s considered the secret skin this year. He has his own set of challenges like Aquaman did in Season 3.

All in all, if you’re a fan of Marvel, you’ll most likely love Season 4’s Battle Pass. However, if you’re not a fan of the movies or comics, you might want to pass on this season’s iteration.

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Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.