Fortnite Crossovers: All Movie & Pop Culture Skins (& How To Get Them)

Fortnite Crossovers: All Movie & Pop Culture Skins (& How To Get Them)

Crossovers have been a important portion of Fortnite’s appeal ever since the mythical Fortnite Thanos event at 2018. Many media brands have taken advantage of Fortnite’s mass market for advertising, and crossovers have paired makeup and skins with match modes.

The Avengers: Infinity War crossover has been Fortnite’s first, and it began a cascade of similar collaborations. It is no wonder why brands are so enthusiastic about emerging Fortnite: Millions of people tuned into watch Fortnite’s Chapter 2 black hole launching, crashing Twitch servers to what was essentially just the beginning of a scheduled maintenance interval. Fortnite has an amazing amount of power since the top-earning video game, functioning as – like its own App Store description states – a”party hub” up to a video game.

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Companies will likely continue to utilize Fortnite as a way to promote their properties, but there have already been plenty of skins to entice existing fans. Here are all the Fortnite crossover outfits (not including phone promotions, like Samsung’s Galaxy skin, or skins included in console bundles), as well as how players can or could earn them. Most of these skins were part of limited-time promotions, but some have come back as part of recurring events.

Despite holding the title of Fortnite’s first and most iconic crossover, only three Marvel skins have ever come to Fortnite. The Black Widow and Star-Lord outfits were both available starting on April 25, 2019, as part of the Avengers: Endgame Fortnite promotion. Black Widow was available in the Item Shop for 1,500 V-Bucks and was part of the Avengers set (which also included a Quinjet Glider, Widow’s Bite Harvesting Tool, and other cosmetics). Star-Lord also cost 1,500 V-Bucks and was part of the Guardians of the Galaxy set. These skins are no longer available.

Deadpool’s outfit, on the other hand, is soon to be available in-game, but players won’t find it in the Item Shop. For the launch of Season 2 Chapter 2, Epic and Marvel decided to launch a unique Deadpool event. In order to unlock the secret battle pass skin, players will have to find Deadpool’s hideout in Fortnite and complete various challenges for him.

As part of a strange The Rise of Skywalker tie-in featuring a message from Palpatine in Fortnite, five “New Trilogy” skins were introduced to the game: Kylo Ren, Rey, Finn, Zorii Bliss, and the Sith Trooper. These became available for purchase on December 20, 2019 for 1,500 V-Bucks each. A number of other cosmetics were also available, including a Millennium Falcon Glider.

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One day before the launch of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, an Imperial Stormtrooper outfit came to Fortnite’s Item Shop for 1,500 V-Bucks. Just like the other Star Wars skins, the Stormtrooper is no longer available in Fortnite itself, but players can still get it if they purchase a copy of Jedi: Fallen Order from the Epic Games Store before November 20, 2020.

As part of a September 2019 crossover event that added Gotham City into Fortnite, two Batman skins became available to purchase exclusively in the Cash Shop. Both the Batman Comic Book and Batman Dark Knight outfits were available in a $19.99 bundle (which also included a Harvesting Tool, two Back Bling capes, and a Glider). A Catwoman Comic Book outfit was available in the Item Shop for the standard 1,500 V-Buck price, as well, along with a few additional cosmetics.

The Harley Quinn Fortnite crossover recently ended, but while it was active, players could purchase the Harley Quinn skin for 1,500 V-Bucks. A Birds of Prey movie style could then be unlocked for the skin through various challenges.

Three Fortnite crossovers have pertained to real-life celebrities rather than fictional characters. This “Icons” series has included musicians Marshmallow and Major Lazer, as well as popular Fortnite streamer Ninja. The Marshmallow event was paired with an in-game Marshmallow concert in early 2019, establishing Fortnite as the aforementioned”party heart .”  Major Lazer’s skin cost 1,600 V-Bucks, although another two cost 1,500. Additional makeup were available next to each of the Icons skins.

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Together with the big, multi-skin media franchise tie-ins, Fortnite has experienced a variety of smaller crossovers. Together with a limited-time style, the John Wick crossover introduced two skins, Sophia and John Wick, for 1,500 and 2,000 V-Bucks, respectively. Even the Fortnite x Borderlands crossover is the only one thus far that introduced content exclusively from another video game, celebrating the launching of Borderlands 3 with all the 2,000-V-Buck Psycho Bundle and the cell-shaded Pandora map region. Fortnite has also observed crossovers with Netflix’s Stranger Things and the Jordan shoe brand, each of which introduced skins and additional content.  Each one these themes are unlikely unless relevant media releases for them at a later date to come back.

The most probable of all the crossover skins to come back would be those from the Fourth Down set. These American football-themed skins can be equipped with a style option for each of the 32 NFL teams. The skins were initially introduced for 1,500 V-Bucks each in November 2018, but Epic Games brought back the NFL makeup for the Super Bowl at 2020, so they’ll likely come back again later on.

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Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2 began on February 20, 2020.

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