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Fortnite GeForce NOW The Dish-stroyer Pickaxe: How to Claim

"Drop from the Battle Bus in Fortnite on GeForce NOW between today and Thursday, Aug. 4, to earn 'The Dish-stroyer Pickaxe' in-game for free."
"Drop from the Battle Bus in Fortnite on GeForce NOW between today and Thursday, Aug. 4, to earn 'The Dish-stroyer Pickaxe' in-game for free." / Image courtesy of Epic Games

In their latest promotion inviting players to cloud stream Fortnite via GeForce NOW, Epic Games and Nvidia announced that they have a free, limited-edition, in-game "The Dish-stroyer Pickaxe"  to give out.

Here's a breakdown of how to claim the Fortnite GeForce NOW Dish-stroyer Pickaxe.

How to Get The Dish-stroyer Pickaxe in Fortnite

Between July 21 and Aug. 4 at 11:59 p.m. ET, all players who simply log into Fortnite via GeForce NOW will get their very own The Dish-stroyer Pickaxe gift box sent to their accounts starting Aug. 11.

"Keep the good vibes going whether you’re staying in or going out!" Epic Games' blog post reads. "With NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW service, you can play Fortnite via cloud streaming on Windows PC, macOS, iOS Safari, Android phones and tablets, Android TV, NVIDIA SHIELD TV, 2022 Samsung TVs and select LG TV models."

For first-time GeForce NOW users, the service requires players to sign up for one of three membership types: Free, Priority and RTX 3080.

The GeForce NOW membership page should have all the details of each one, including price, gameplay session length, priority of accessing game servers and performance.

After signing up, players can log into Fortnite on GeForce NOW by using a native GeForce NOW app on a supported platform (e.g. Windows PC, macOS, Android, Android TV, LG TV, SHIELD TV, Samsung Gaming Hub) or a supported web browser (e.g. Chrome (for playing on Chromebook, PC, and Mac), iOS Safari (for playing on iPhone and iPad), Edge).

Epic also noted that The Dish-stroyer Pickaxe may become available for purchase in the Item Shop at a later date.

For more on Fortnite, feel free to check out our coverage of the Anime Legends Pack announcement.