Back in December 2020, Epic Games unleashed the all-in-one Fortnite Crew subscription service. It costs 11.99 USD which will be deducted from your payment method of choice each month after you've signed up. If you want to cancel your Fortnite Crew subscription service, we've got you covered.
Fortnite Crew subscription: How to cancel
If you don't want to make use of the Fortnite Crew subscription service any longer, or just want to take a break for a few months, then Epic Games has made it quite easy to cancel.
Instead of having to log onto the Epic Games website, or jumping through several hoops to get your Fortnite Crew subscription service cancelled, you can simply do it in-game on all platforms.
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To cancel your Fortnite Crew subscription service, follow the simple steps below:
- Launch Fortnite.
- Head to the Item Shop tab.
- Navigate to the "Crew" section
- Select "Cancellation Info"
- Choose "Leave Fortnite Crew"
Once you cancel your Fortnite Crew subscription service, you won't be billed until you sign up again.
It is important to note the monthly items from Fortnite Crew will still be yours to keep.
When does the Fortnite Crew V-Bucks come in?
Players using the Fortnite Crew subscription service get access to the Battle Pass, a shiny outfit, alongside a pickaxe and backbling features for the month in question.
Subscribers also get 1,000 V-Bucks. However, V-Bucks doesn't necessarily come in at the same time as the cosmetic goodies.
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If you are wondering when the Fortnite Crew V-Bucks comes in, and maybe want to wait until it arrives before you cancel your subscription service, we've got some bad news for you.
The 1,000 V-Bucks for Fortnite Crew subscribers come in on the day your subscription renews.
For example, if you've signed up on 5th January 2021 for the first time, the next 1,000 V-Bucks from the Fortnite Crew subscription service will come in on 5th February, then 5th March, 5th April and so forth.
1,000 V-Bucks, of course, costs 7.99 USD, so it makes sense Epic Games doesn't want you to pick up another 1,000 V-Bucks then cancel your subscription without paying for the month.