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    Know The Eligibility Criteria For Free Fortnite Emote

    Image Source: Kate Krav-Rude / Shutterstock

    Fans of Fortnite, rejoice! There’s a brand new emote called Ice Moves that you could add to your collection at no cost. Sent out by Epic Games last Friday, some players are still in the dark about why they received it. Our guide here aims to clear up the confusion and help you figure out if you get to join in on the fun, completely free of charge.

    And before you dive deeper, don’t forget about the free Nanner Ringer emote available to claim. This limited-time offer won’t last forever, so act fast. Also, while you’re at it, browse our roundup of free Fortnite skins to freshen up your look.

    Score the Ice Moves Emote at No Cost

    Epic Games’ latest giveaway is the Ice Moves emote, coming as a mea culpa to players who experienced glitches in the LEGO Fortnite play mode this week. If you were affected by these snags, expect to find this cool new emote in your inventory – no action needed on your part. It will greet you the next time you step into the world of Fortnite.

    Due to the frustrating setback of collapsing builds, players’ time and efforts were wasted, prompting Epic to offer this emote for free as an apology. Additionally, they’ve pushed a rollback to reverse the lost progress.

    “In gratitude for your patience earlier this week, we’ve bestowed the Ice Moves Emote upon those who saw their time and progress vanish when we took LEGO Fortnite down to iron out the build-crumbling snag,” announced Epic via the official platform of the LEGO Fortnite team.

    If the free Ice Moves emote hasn’t landed in your account but you encountered trouble, it’s recommended to touch base with Epic Games’ support.

    This complimentary special might mean the Ice Moves emote stays exclusive and doesn’t hit Fortnite’s Item Shop later on. History shows that once-off freebies, like the Rust Bucket back bling from the first chapter, tend to stay exclusive and don’t make comebacks.

    Image Source: Kate Krav-Rude / Shutterstock

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