Fortnite Empress Back Bling Returns - Is It The Rarest Item In The Game?
The Empress Back Bling has finally returned!
It looks like the most expensive Back Bling items in Fortnite has finally returned, the Empress is back. We’ve put together everything you need to know about the Empress Back Bling, including how you can get it, and if it’s still the rarest item in the game.
But before you check out the Empress, if you’re still struggling with finding all of the Bunker Jonesy NPC locations, you can check out a link below to see all of the possible locations that Jonesy can spawn.
- FORTNITE: All Bunker Jonesy Locations
Fortnite Empress Back Bling
The Empress Back Bling was first introduced to Fortnite back in 2019, and after a total of 766 days, the rare cosmetic item has returned.
The Back Bling is actually of the ‘Epic’ variant but is known as one of the rarest items in the game after not being available for more than 2 years. That’s not the only thing that makes this one of the rarest Back Bling’s in the game, it costs a whopping 1,000 V-Bucks to purchase.
Many Back Bling cosmetics don’t really stray above the 800 V-Bucks mark, and even that would be classed as an expensive Back Bling. So what makes the Empress so expensive?
Well, it’s likely to stick with the theme of the cat Back Bling being an ’empress’. Not only that, but the epic Back Bling is also incredibly interactive, the cat will move about and react to different situations by putting on an angry face.
We do believe that the Empress Back Bling will no longer be classed as one of the rarest items in the game anymore, after finally returning to the Item Shop.
How To Get The Empress Back Bling
Obtaining the Empress Back Bling is fairly simple, all you need to do is head to the Fortnite Item Shop in-game then locate the Empress. Once you’ve found the returning Back Bling in the Shop, simply select it and purchase the cosmetic item.
The Empress Back Bling will cost a total of 1,000 V-Bucks to purchase.
Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6
The latest Season of Fortnite Chapter 2 kicked off on March 16 and there was a whole host of new content for players to jump in to. Not only is there new points of interest on the Battle Royale map, but there’s also brand new skins, a new crafting system, and even animals.
Season 6 of Fortnite is set to come to an end on June 7, so make sure you jump in now and discover everything new in the hit Battle Royale.
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