Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Subscribers Get Some Extra Avatar in Their Smite
Smite partners with Avatar for their latest battle pass, and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members get a handy progression boost.
Xbox Game Pass is chock-full of great content this month. Between Yakuza Kiwami 2, Carrion, Forager, and a preview for Grounded, Ultimate Pass subscribers have tons to play. However, one addition that shouldn’t go overlooked for Smite fans is the content perks coming along with the Avatar battle pass. Give it a look below.
Are you an @XboxGamePass Ultimate subscriber? Then prepare to be blown away!
Grab the SMITE x Avatar Starter Pass for FREE, including God unlocks for Team Avatar (Merlin, Skadi, Susano), their Voice Packs, +3000 Battle Points to help you start mastering the Battle Pass
Yip Yip! pic.twitter.com/ZCFMfmKirN
— SMITE (@SMITEGame) July 15, 2020
The Avatar battle pass dropped yesterday for Smite. It lets players obtain new skins and voice packs based on fan-favorite Avatar characters. Whether you’re turning Merlin into Aang, Skadi into Korra, or Susano into Zuko, all your Avatar dreams are sure to come true. Thankfully, Xbox Game Pass subscribers get to skip straight to the good stuff.
Subscribers get instant access to all three skins, along with 3,000 battle pass points and a daily deal token. It’s important to note that the points are good for both the free and premium tracks. So, if you’ve already purchased the premium battle pass, those points will just switch over, moving you up the track. 3,000 points are equivalent to roughly eight levels in the pass, so it’ll give you a decent headstart to unlocking all the new content.
The Smite x Avatar perk is certainly not the number one reason you’re signing up for Xbox Game Pass. That said, it is a nice little addition to your normally scheduled content. If it means I can easily mess around with a Zuko skin without really investing much into Smite, then I’m all for it.
Smite is available now on Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The Avatar battle pass is available everywhere, but Xbox Ultimate Game Pass subscribers are the only ones who get the boost.