Fortnite Cosmetic Refunds Set To Return Next Month
Fortnite is still the biggest craze in gaming right now, and the game has managed to be quite the success for Epic Games, despite its Battle Royale mode being available for free. The Fortnite Battle Royale mode instead depends heavily on the in-game currency, V-Bucks, for revenue.
Once purchased with real-world money, V-Bucks can be used to acquire numerous types of in-game cosmetic items and weapons. While the game allowed for refunds of such purchases earlier this year, that option has been noticeably absent for a while now. However, it seems that Fortnite cosmetic refund availability will be returning next month.
Epic Games has recently sent out a message that details the return of the Fortnite cosmetic item refund system. Starting on June 1st, players will be able to refund up to three items over the course of their account’s lifetime. However, these refunds will only be for V-Bucks instead of cash value and items can only be refunded up to 30 days after their date of purchase. When this feature returns on June 1st, any item purchased since May 1st will be eligible for a refund.
As seen in the above screenshot, these are the purchases that will be eligible for refunds as of June 1st: emotes, gliders, harvesting tools, back bling, and outfits. While not specifically stated, it is always possible that the refund system could expand to how many purchases can be refunded. This will certainly be a welcome feature to those invested in the game that have quick shopping trigger-fingers itching to own a new skin, dance, or other refundable item. What do you guys think about Fortnite cosmetic refund availability returning? Let us know in the comments below!
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