fortnite snakes and stones

Fortnite players love a bit of new gear, and they adore the chance to get their hands on some cheap and easy V-Bucks. Well, the Snakes & Stones Challenge Pack is full of both of those items, and it’s available to purchase, download and add into your game right now. 

Available on all the usual formats that Fortnite frequents – Xbox, PlayStation, Switch, PC – the Fortnite – Snakes & Stones Challenge Pack will set you back a cool £9.99, but in return for splashing the cash you’ll find that you can gain access to not just some new Outfits, Back Bling or Pickaxe, but some of those glorious V-Bucks in the process. Yes it’s more expensive than the recent Hazard Platoon Pack, but it’s cheaper still than the Robo-Ray option.

The Snakes & Stones Challenge Pack focuses most of its efforts on Lyra and her stone cold looks. And that means you’ll get the opportunity to kit your character out in her Outfit, you’ll be able to throw the Agent Stones Back Bling into place and you’ll be found going into battle with the Slitherous Staff Pickaxe for good measure. 

All those are decent selling points of the Fortnite – Snakes & Stones Challenge Pack, but it’s possibly the V-Bucks addition that is the biggest draw. 1500 are up for grabs in all, unlockable as you complete a set of Snakes & Stones Challenges and Quests. With those then available to spend at will across the Battle Royale, Creative and Save the World game modes, if you’re fully immersed in the world of Fortnite, the new and latest Challenge Pack should certainly appeal. 

You’ll find it available on the Xbox Store for those players preferring to head into the Fortnie world on Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S, but additionally it’s present on all the other formats too – PlayStation, Switch, PC etc…

Let us know if you decide to add this latest pack into your game. 

DLC Description:

Lyra has never lost a staring contest. Seriously, try to win against her stone cold looks. Complete Quests to earn V-Bucks with the Snakes & Stone Challenge Pack.

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1 year ago

The price is incorrect. On my Xbox the price is shown as $11.99 and on my Nintendo Switch it is priced at $15.99.

Reply to  Neil Watton
1 year ago

It changed for US now