Epic Games Start Refunding Fortnite Players for Purchase of Two Specific Emotes

Those who purchased both will receive 400 V-Bucks.

By Luis Joshua GutierrezTwitter: @imluisgutierrez on March 12, 2024 at 4:19PM PDT

Epic is refunding players who purchased The Side Shuffle and Jubi Slide emotes from Fortnite. In a future shop update, players will be able to purchase both emotes in a bundle for 600 V-Bucks.

The Side Shuffle and Jubi Slide are almost identical. The only significant difference between them is the music that plays while they are performed. The emotes debuted in Fortnite roughly two years apart, but given how similar they are, some Fortnite players complained that Epic was “reskinning” an emote in a manner it hasn’t really done before. The argument seemed to sway the developer, which will now group the emotes together at a price that nearly makes them buy-one-get-one-free. Both emotes are heavily inspired by jubi2fye, a TikTok user who went viral for popularizing the dance.

The more recent of the twin emotes, called Jubi Slide, may not be sold independently again due to it being withdrawn from the store a few hours post its feature. The bundle offer may turn into the usual method of acquiring these emotes for your locker, however, the ultimate decision has yet to be confirmed by Epic.

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