Fortnite Crew Pack July 2022, Phaedra Skin

The Fortnite Crew Pack for July 2022 is almost here, and Epic Games has now revealed what will subscribers receive this month. The Crew Pack has quickly proven to be the best value for money in the battle royale. Each month players not only automatically receive access to the current battle pass, but also a batch of exclusive cosmetic rewards which can not be acquired in any other way. Read on to learn what are the rewards for the July 2022 Fortnite Crew Pack.

Fortnite Crew Pack July 2022, Phaedra Skin

New Fortnite Crew Skin, Phaedra July 2022

The July 2022 Fortnite Crew Pack is set to arrive this Friday, July 1st 2022. Although, if you’re a regular subscriber you are probably already aware that a new pack always comes on the first day of a month. Thus, you are not here for that info, you want to know what goodies will we receive. Well, Epic Games has recently revealed details about the new pack, including the exclusive skin for July.

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The exclusive skin in the Fortnite Crew Pack in July 2022 is named Phaedra. Epic Games describes her as “shadowy and powerful”. She is a witchy gothic girl that comes with a bunch of dark and cool accessories. Her Ceph Back Bling is probably one of the most unique we’ve seen recently, resembling a black octopus. Then, there’s the Stygian Parasol Pickaxe, the Gothic Shadesoarer Glider, and the incredibly awesome Inky Reflection Loading Screen. And like with most Outfits in Fortnite, Phaedra also has an alternative style, called Shrouded.

Asides from the new outfit set, there are a bunch of other standard benefits for Crew Pack subscribers. You’ll receive access to the current battle pass, free 1,000 V-Bucks each month, and access to the PvE experience Fortnite Save the World. Of course, you can unsubscribe at any point if happens that you don’t like the benefits for the upcoming month.

Fortnite Crew Pack July 2022, Phaedra Skin
The Phaedra Outfit and accessories.
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