Sierra Is the Final First Shadow in the Fortnite November Crew Pack
As we near the end of the current month of October, Epic Games is gearing up for the release of the next month of Fortnite Crew Pack content. The November set of items have been announced and include the Sierra Fortnite skin that will be the final one in a series of skins from the past couple of months.
Final First Shadow Member Revealed for Fortnite
With the announcement and unveiling of the Sierra Fortnite skin, we now know the identity of the final member of The First Shadows, the secret group of possible villains who have been the focus of the Crew subscription for the last few months now.
Sierra is the final person from The First Shadows to be announced, which was the organization started by none other than Midas himself. This shadowy organization includes three people unique to the Fortnite storyline rather than one of the countless crossover characters.
With the release of Chaos Origins, the previous member of The First Shadows during the October set of Crew items, it is now time for the Sierra Fortnite skin to shine. As the group’s final member, she is also the only female in the trio and looks unique compared to the other two.
While the other two are more focused on their shadowy nature, the Sierra Fortnite skin is more akin to a rough and tough fighter joining the ranks of Fortnite skins out there. She looks great and comes with more than one skin version that you can use in battle.
Sierra Fortnite Skin Featured for November Crew Pack
The Sierra Fortnite skin is the featured part of the Fortnite November Crew Pack. When you are an active subscriber for November, even if the subscription ends next month, you will be able to unlock this character and use her as your next battle royale outfit.
The base version of the Sierra Fortnite skin features the character clad in a black outfit, hence being part of The First Shadows. Still, the most significant part of this simple but effective outfit is the red markings laced throughout the wardrobe, hinting at her not-so-benevolent background.
The outfit is a simple and clean one. Still, the nice, spiky-like ponytail helps that she has that is reminiscent of certain other video game characters that are quite popular while also staying true to her companions who also, strangely enough, have spikes atop their heads in a way.
The red extension falling from her hair is another nice touch that adds to this stylish but menacing character in Fortnite. However, there is more to this new Fortnite Crew skin than meets the eye. For one, there is another skin style that you will get with this outfit bundle.
If you are not a huge fan of the rather simple and monotone look to the Sierra Fortnite skin, there is a more colorful version that you might be a fan of. The Stormstepper alternative style for Sierra will also be available to Fortnite Crew subscribers and include a unique setup.
Perhaps a glimpse of this character before her joining Midas and his gang of dark misfits, this version of Sierra looks like a rather typical fashionable girl. Though it is technically the same outfit, a lot is done with it to make it look like almost an entirely different character.
The bottom half of the outfit is red with yellow markings, while the top half is a brilliant blue with red highlights on the arms and blue markings in the same spot that elevate this outfit. To top it all off, though, her ponytail is traded for a parted, long hair look that is also blue and looks fantastic.
I would argue, personally, that the Stormstepper Sierra Fortnite skin is a way better one than the original, but having the options is great. The only way to get it is to have an active Fortnite Crew subscription when she drops on October 31, 2021, at around 5 p.m. PT.
What Else You Can Get in the November Pack
But you get so much more with the Fortnite Crew Pack than just the Sierra Fortnite skin. In addition to her outfit, you will also get the Sierra’s Go Bag back bling to equip, the Serrated Steelblades pickaxe, a dual-wielding one, the Glowing Vengeance weapon wrap, and the Glowing Vengeance weapon wrap Sierra’s Vengeance loading screen.
As a bonus, if you have been a subscriber for the past couple of months for the Crew subscription and have all three of The First Shadow characters in your locker, you will unlock a bonus skin style for all three of them in a later update to the game.
But the fun does not stop there as it continues with some more love for the Cube Queen in Fortnite. If you complete the Spacefarer Ariana Grande Monster Hunter punchcard while being an active subscriber, you will be granted the Brite Style version of the All-Weather Extractor pickaxe, in addition to the Dark Style that everyone else can get.
Plus, you can still get the Fortnite Legacy Set, the evolving back bling and pickaxe that continues to grow the more months you are an active subscriber. If you do not have the Season 8 battle pass, you will also get the paid version of that for free, or a one-time V-Bucks refund if you do have it.
That is on top of the 1000 V-Bucks that you get every month on your renewal date for the subscription. And if you did miss out on the October Crew Pack with Sierra’s companion, Chaos Origins, you can still collect him by making sure to subscribe before 5 p.m. PT on October 31, and you will get both his pack and the Sierra one in the same time.
The Fortnite Crew Pack is a recurring subscription that costs $11.99 every single month but can be canceled or resubscribed to at any point in time whenever you like without any penalties or extra charges.