You can also get a Cuddle Hearts wrap by participating in Support-a-Creator any time from the start of the event until February 22. You'll receive the item wrap when the v7.40 update releases. To celebrate the love-themed occasion, Fortnite will be getting a special "Share the Love" event. We have you covered!
Anyone who supports a creator with a Creator Code between February 8 and 22 will be awarded with the free Cuddle Hearts Wrap when update v7.40 is released. Upgrading the pass will reward the player, as well as existing Battle Pass owners, with new unlockable styles for the Trog, Powder and Onesie outfits.
Along with this, Epic has said they will be running two double XP weekends during the event.
The game's Creative mode - which lets players construct their own maps and challenges to share with friends - have proved popular since its release, and Epic is giving fans the chance to share the love with the favourite creators too.
Time will surely tell whether the new competitive series is well-received by players, but it should at least calm the fears of those who thought Epic Games would fail to adapt in the presence of Apex Legends. Placement matches will be available on February 9 and 10, and the best performing players will be put directly into the higher divisions. Some new features in the tournament system will be used during the "Share the Love" Competitive Series with more unlocking with the v7.40 update.
Players can unlock their position in each additional division by earning a pin during the daily sessions. Anyone playing during either February 15-17 or February 22-24 will earn bonus XP. Competition will be separated across four different divisions that will run simultaneously every day, starting with Open Division, moving into Prospect Division, then Contender Division, and finally, Champion Division.
This event is all about you and your squad, enjoy it! The blog post says it's "right before the arrival of Season 8" which could mean that Season 7 ends on February 28 when the 8.0 patch drops but that's still unconfirmed.