Seeker’s strike – People who play Fortnite are used to getting free cosmetics. Epic Games gives them to players often when they don’t have to do much. Players sometimes have to finish a couple of challenges, and sometimes they have to watch a stream on Twitch. There have even been times when players got a free reward without doing anything.
As the FNCS Grand Finals were coming to an end, teams from all over the world competed to win their region’s prize money. As always, players who didn’t take part in the event could still get drops.
The Seeker’s Strike loading screen is one of these rewards, and you can get it for free. Here’s how to find out if you can.
How to get Seeker’s Strike and other free items on the Fortnite loading screen
The Seeker’s Strike loading screen is one of the Twitch drops for this season. The above-mentioned loading screen, the King and Champion Spray, the Peaceful Emoji, and the Champion’s Honor Backbling are all part of these drops.
You can get past this loading screen in two main ways. The first is to just watch the broadcast of the FNCS Chapter 3 Season 3 Grand Finals on YouTube. To get to the loading screen, you have to do this for an hour.
The second choice is a bit less difficult. To unlock it, Fortnite players just need to go to a Creative Island for about 15 minutes. The broadcast will be on the island code 3303-7480-5925, which is another way to watch the tournament.
This took less time than the social media stream, so it’s the most common way to get the Seeker’s Strike loading screen.
If you missed the Fortnite stream or couldn’t watch it, the cosmetic rewards will probably be in the Item Shop at a later date.
What Epic Games said about the drops is as follows:
Since the Grand Finals of Fortnite are over, the prizes are no longer free. It could mean one of two things if someone watched the stream but didn’t get the rewards.
The second thing that could have happened is that people didn’t watch the streams for long enough. The main reason for this was that it wasn’t clear how long the viewing had to be.
It was said to be an hour, but well-known leaker and data miner iFireMonkey said that because of problems with YouTube drops, it could have been a different amount of time. If the accounts are linked but the rewards didn’t come, it’s likely that the person didn’t qualify.