The incubator is a most premium luck royale event in Free Fire. All the items which are introduced in this section are very much attractive and rare. Developers offer several exotic costumes in the incubator section that requires lots of money. Players don’t hesitate to get than as the incubator bundles don’t return usually. However, this week players are getting an excellent opportunity of getting the previously launched Slaughter Party bundles. All the costumes are rare and have a unique appearance. Players need to hurry up as this will remain the game for 7 days only.
Complete details about the Slaughter Party Incubator
The Slaughter Party Incubator has re-launched on September 4 and will be available till September 11. The event is purely luck-based so players should have plenty of diamonds for making spins. The requirement is to collect special blueprints and evolution stones. To get those materials, players have to make spins. One spin costs 40 diamonds whereas 5 spins will require 180 diamonds. However, players can use incubator vouchers which can be collected for free by completing several in-game missions.
Rewards of the latest Incubator in Free Fire MAX
The incubator contains six bundles: Three Male and three females. All of those costumes have a very premium appearance with a funky vibe. The more the premium set the more materials and incubator stone it requires. The incubator contains several other rewards also. Here is the list:
- Blueprint: Carnival Carnage
- Evolution Stone
- Shark Attack Weapon Loot Crate
- Deep Sea Warriors Badge
- Skull Hunter Weapon Loot Crate
- Lucky Pants Crate
- Pet Food
- Pumpkin Flames Weapon Loot Crate
- Memory Fragment
- Lucky Shirt Loot Crate
- Bumblebee Loot Crate
Steps to access the Slaughter Party Incubator and get Phantom Bunny Bundle
- Step 1: After opening Free Fire MAX head to the left corner of the home screen and press the ‘Luck Royale’ tab.
- Step 2: Now, choose the Incubator option and select ‘Carnival Carnage’.
- Step 3: Make spins using diamonds and collect require materials for a particular bundle.