Twitch Prime has already done several collaborations with Fortnite as well as other games like Call of Duty, but we want more. This concept would get you more bang for your Twitch Prime buck.
Weapon Wraps are an excellent way to show off your sense of style in Fortnite. The weapon is generally the second thing that player will look at when they locate you, after checking out your skin.
Twitch Prime and Fortnite have collaborated on projects in the past, but packages have not included a premium Wrap for us just yet. The community has created a concept around the idea that could easily become a reality.
Subscribe with Twitch Prime to this Wrap
The FortniteBR subreddit is always teeming with activity and one of the community’s favorite tasks in creating new concepts for art in Fortnite.
Reddit user ‘GameProPie’ created a sketch-up of a Twitch Prime Wrap.
Twitch Wrap from r/FortNiteBR
The Wrap’s color matches the patented purple of Twitch and neatly covers the weapons. Each weapon, like with any other Wrap, uses a secondary color in parts of the gun to create some contrast for viewers.
The only thing we would like to see from the Wrap is a little bit more purple. Or maybe even the Twitch logo pasted to the side of the weapons.
We love all Twitch for various reasons, be it eSports, speed-runs, or just casual streamers chilling playing your favorite games. This concept would give us another way to show off our passion for streaming and support the site.
Item Shop or Prime Sub?
The Wrap would presumably release as a promotion to get more people to subscribe to the Twitch Prime service. The service gets viewers a free monthly sub, in-game content for various titles, free games, and more.
Like all other Wraps, the camo could be applied to any category of weapon and even to certain vehicle in the game. Any such promotion for Twitch would also likely include more items alongside this new Wrap.
Twitch is cool that way, they tend to release only quality content for their Prime subscribers.
What do you think of this new Wrap concept? Would this make you considering buying subscription to Twitch Prime? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below or on Twitter at @FortniteINTEL.