Fortnite new emote 'Crab Rave' accidently leaked on Fortnite Twitter account
Epic Games released Fortnite v9.30 content update which brought the Revolver back to the game. The company is also celebrating the summer with a 14 Days of Summer event which offers various LTM and interesting rewards. But amidst this Fortnite Official Twitter account (@fortnitegame) has leaked a new emote.
Unreleased emote ‘Crab Rave’ accidentally leaked on Fortnite official account but was removed immediately. But it was enough to make the players have a look at it as some were fast enough to save it and share it on various social media handles. The unreleased emote is appreciated by fans, and they can’t stop discussing it.
The official tweet which was deleted later mentioned that the unreleased emote would be available in the item shop. The tweet further mentioned that grab the latest emote Crabby, which is based on the popular Crab Rave dance.
But when players and fans checked out the item shop for 1st July, they did not find the ‘Crab Rave’ emote. It is possible that it may be released in the coming time. Have a look at the tweet below shows ‘Crab Rave’ emote.
Speaking of Crab Rave emote, it has taken its reference from the popular Noisestorm song “Noisestorm – Crab Rave [Monstercat Release]“, which garnered 65 million views and also many memes were made of it, especially in the gaming community.
In the song, you can see numerous crabs dancing to music and doing their crab rave dance. If observed closely, you can see the similarity of movements in the unreleased Fortnite emote. Many players have also predicted that this emote will be given as the final reward for the 14 Days of Summer Fortnite challenges.
But this thought was soon cut off straight away, as users pointed out that the emote will become available in the item shop. At the moment, we still don’t know when this awesome emote will be available and how much it will cost.
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