Epic Games developer recently released a new pet named Gunner in Fortnite: Battle Royale, and fans have quickly pointed out that the little dog is at the heart of a suspended version of the previously released Bonesy dog. Now Epic responded to the news, saying it had made a mistake launching Gunner.
The company will pay money to everyone who bought Gunner, and in an effort to make up for the problem, Epic also gives players who buy Gunner 200 free V-Dollars. What's more, Gunner is completely obliterated by Fortnite.
"We didn't have to launch Gunner Pet and apologize for it. Within the next few days, all Gunner purchases will be refunded for the full amount of 1
Players who purchased Gunner, and use Fortnite's game recovery tools to get a refund, will receive 200 free V-dollars and an additional recovery sign.
As the comparative images show, Gunner was just a regular Bonesy resin with a lighter shade of fur and some small po In addition to the dispute, Bonesy was originally exclusive to Season 6 Battle Pass; Epic promised that the items in Battle Passes would never be sold separately. So when Epic started selling Gunner, The Bonesy clone, people are upset that Epic seems to be coming back on its promise.
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