Fortnite has received its latest locker bundle and Fortnite G2 Coop Locker Bundle is the latest inclusion alongside many already existing bundles in the items shop. These locker bundles aren’t as widely recognized as the icon series skins, but they do serve the purpose of having a collection after a certain character. The locker bundles contain cosmetics that these individuals prefer to use in a Fortnite game. The article talks about the recently introduced Fortnite G2 Coop Locker Bundle in the item shop.
Fortnite G2 Coop Locker Bundle
Fortnite G2 Coop’s Locker Bundle is an Uncommon Item Shop Bundle in Fortnite: Battle Royale it can be bought in the Item Shop for 2,100 V-Bucks. It contains Par Patroller, Arcana, Spectral Axe, and Billy Bounce, all cosmetics that G2 Coop picked out. It was released on July 14th, 2021, and is currently available in the shop right now. G2 Coop’s Locker Bundle was first added to the game in Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 7.
G2 Coop’s Locker Bundle can be obtained with V-Bucks when it is in the Item Shop. Cosmetics rotate in and out of the shop each day, so we have no way of knowing when it will return. Cosmetics rotate in and out of the shop each day. Attachments are items that come with a cosmetic when it is obtained. It has 7 attachments as follows:
- Par Patroller
- Spectral Axe
- Billy Bounce
Par Patroller is an Uncommon Outfit in Fortnite: Battle Royale that can be purchased in the Item Shop for 800 V-Bucks. She was introduced in Chapter 2: Season 3. She is a golfer Outfit who is a summer remix of Birdie. Her base character model is Rio. Arcana is an Epic Glider in Fortnite: Battle Royale that was given out for free to everyone for the Unvaulting Event, due to problems logging in.
Spectral Axe is a Rare Harvesting Tool in Battle Royale that can be purchased from the Item Shop for 800 V-Bucks. Billy Bounce is a Rare traversal Emote in Fortnite: Battle Royale that can be purchased in the Item Shop for 500 V-Bucks. It is a catchy tuned traversal emote that uses moves similar to that of the original Billy Bounce. The character moves their legs to their corresponding side while their arms move in a certain pattern, starting at their sides, touching their shoulders, moving their hips, and more in between: finally ending with their arms back at their sides.