Twitch Prime: Epic Games’ Fortnite isn’t the only title with new loot on offer

Twitch Prime is the premium version of the steaming service that is included with Amazon Prime and Prime Video memberships.

Away from the ad-free viewing benefits, Twitch Prime also offers subscribers the chance of unlocking exclusive in-game items.

It was recently revealed that Epic Games’ Fortnite has new skins and in-game items available to download as part of the Twitch Prime subscription, until May 2.

This includes two exclusive gliders and outfits for Battle Royale, as well as four exclusive Twitch chat emojis, and two exclusive heroes for Save the World.


  • Exclusive Battle Royale Havoc Outfit & Back Bling: Style on friend and foe with the Havoc outfit and his Back Bling.
  • Exclusive Battle Royale Sub Commander Outfit & Slipstream Glider: Navigate the battlefield in the Sub Commander Outfit and Slipstream Glider.
  • Exclusive Save the World Heroes: Even the mighty Smasher won’t stand a chance against Havoc and Sub Commando Jonesy.
  • Exclusive Twitch Chat Emojis: Show your Fortnite pride with 4 exclusive Twitch chat emojis.

However, while Fortnite fans are scrambling to get this new loot, there are other games also offering tie-in content.

Call of Duty WW2 fans can grab a host of in-game loot boxes by having a linked Twitch Prime account.

There’s also the bomb voyage weapon camo exclusive zombies sign-up bonus, as well as the Heroic Uniform Supply Drop.

Paladins players can also claim the Primal Prowler, a Twitch Prime King bomb king skin, as well as 10 gold chests and 5 radiant chests.

For those who play Trove, you can grab a Dragon & Holocycle bundle.

This unlocks Tysorion, a rare dragon, plus the new Hexium Holocycle mount and Shield Servitor ally, while the game can also be grabbed for free.

And for those on Nintendo Switch, new Pokkén Tournament DX Emotes can be unlocked for Twitch Prime.

Another deal that’s going to be released soon will include the original Devil May Cry for free on Twitch Prime.

This new deal will be available March 6 – April 3, 2018, and was supposed to have been released in February, only to be held back due to a technical issue.

Twitch Prime is now available globally, with the exception of India, China and embargoed territories.

As mentioned above, Twitch Prime includes games and in-game content, a channel subscription every 30 days at no additional cost to be used on any Partnered or Affiliate channels, ad-free viewing on Twitch, exclusive emotes, and chat badge.

For those who have an existing Amazon account, you will need to link it to your Twitch account, using the official website.

There’s also the chance to start a free Amazon trial for those who haven’t already done so.