Fortnite | How to Get Frozen Peely
Fortnite Chapter 3 has been out for a while, and many of its secrets have already been grabbed. However, there is but one thing – more slippery than a banana peel – that has still evaded our grasp. The Frozen Peely skin that has been promoted all over for Fortnite Chapter 3 has yet to fall into your inventory! While you might curse Santa for this, the solution to the issue is a bit more simple.
How to Get Frozen Peely in Fortnite Chapter 3
The Frozen Peely cosmetic is unlocked by choosing the frozen gift box from Fresh Aura. You’ll have to wait for the frozen box to thaw out before you can access our favorite, exceptionally chilly friend. There are other ways to access the skin early that players have found, but we recommend avoiding those for the time being, and just waiting for our frozen friend to thaw out of his box.
Polar Peely is available as part of the new present system, a method of rewarding players with free, Winterfest 2021 cosmetics. Frozen Peely is one of the few rewards locked behind a time gate. The time gate should be the same for everyone. If that’s the case, then our frosty, potassium-filled friend should be out by the end of the year.
While there do seem to be methods to getting this banana early, most methods involve giving your Epic account details to a discord account. That’s a bit sketchy! We recommend just waiting for the present to thaw out itself. Frozen Peely is cool, but he can wait for a while.
Fortnite Chapter 3 has introduced a ton of new characters and mechanics to the fray! As expected from Epic, this season promises to have even more impressive gimmicks than the last. And the festive theme is certainly nice for those who celebrate the holidays around now! We hope you’ve been enjoying your games, and winning a few too! Here are some other guides to Fortnite if you need to keep up with the times!
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Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.