Fortnite Twitch Prime Loot FAQ



By The Fortnite Team

What is Twitch Prime?

If you have an existing Amazon Prime membership, then you have Twitch Prime. As part of Twitch Prime you can unlock some awesome free loot as a subscriber.

How do I get it?

Head over to your Twitch account, go to your settings, hit the Twitch Prime tab and link away! Or navigate to the Twitch Prime Page itself.

What’s this Twitch Prime / Fortnite Pack?

You can find out more info here. Basically, you get some cool in-game Fortnite loot if you are a Twitch Prime subscriber.

I see the word free, but it still costs money?

Yes, a Twitch Prime subscription is free with an Amazon Prime membership, but an Amazon Prime membership does cost money.

Do I get to keep the stuff?

Yup! And once claimed you’ll be able to glide into a match with your new Twitch Prime rewards.

How long will I have to claim the goods?

You’ll have until April 30 to claim your Twitch Prime rewards, so grab ‘em while you can!

Can I redeem on my PC and use it when I play on PS4?

Yes, only if your Epic account was previously linked with your PS4 account, then you will receive the items on both.

Additional Context:

  • If you play on console, don’t create a new account, just log in with your PSN or XBL credentials.
  • If you play on PC, don’t try to cross-play by linking to Xbox
  • If you play on PC and want to play on PS4 (but never have played on PS4), make sure when you boot the game on PS4, log in using your Epic credentials. Do NOT create a new account and do NOT skip the Epic Login
  • If you play on PC and PS4 on different accounts then those are both their own accounts and you cannot link them. You will have to choose which one you want to redeem the Twitch Prime offer on.

REMEMBER: You must link your Twitch account to your Epic account to complete the redemption process, not just linking Amazon Prime to your Twitch account (Example: Dev Flow). Make sure to claim the offer on Twitch after linking your Twitch and Epic accounts.

Source: Fortnite Website (view original article)

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