If you’re an avid Fortnite player, then you probably want to know which Fortnite skins you’ll be getting your hands on in the near future. After all, who says you can’t be deadly and fashionable? Fortunately, Epic Games is constantly adding new skins to Fortnite Battle Royale, be it a collaboration with a pop-culture brand or one of its own characters.
The most recent Fortnite seasons - Season 4 and Season 5 of Chapter 2 - have been particularly hectic, with new cosmetics dropping nearly every week. It can be hard to keep up sometimes, but we’re here to help out.
We’ve rounded up every Fortnite skin we expect to land in the battle royale in March 2021, including both skins confirmed by Epic Games and those which are rumored - but don’t worry, we’ve clearly signposted which are which. So, read on for all the Fortnite skins we expect in the near future.
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After being teased by an in-game Zero Point portal as well as a few cheeky pictures on the Epic Games Twitter account Ant-Man has been added to Fortnite. Given that Season 5 is nearly at a close he is likely to be this season's last bounty hunter summoned by Agent Jones and the last collaboration outfit for a bit.
The Marvel hero can be purchased from the item shop right now for 1,500 VBucks, or in a bundle for 1,800 VBucks with a pickaxe too.
Following a reveal on his YouTube channel, more details about Australian Youtuber Lazerbeam’s Fortnite skin have been revealed. Inspired by his pre-influencer years as a builder, the set also includes many references to Lazerbeam’s online career - such as the ‘code lazar’ tattoo and overuse of yeet.
The whole set could be won by competing in the Lazar & Fresh’s Super Knockback tournament on March 3, though you can now purchase the skin from the Item Shop for 1,500 VBucks.
Continuing the tradition of gender-swapped versions of pre-existing skins, we have the arrival of Marigold - who is a female version of Midas from Chapter 2 Season 2.
She has launched as part of the Golden Touch Challenge Pack which includes cosmetics and 1,500 VBucks. You can buy the pack in the Item Shop now for $11.99/ £9.99 (AU$17.55).
Epic announced the upcoming Switch Cup 3 taking place on March 9, 2021. The tournament will be exclusive to players on the Nintendo Switch and will take place over one 3-hour window where you’ll be able to earn points based on how well you play across ten matches.
Top-performing players will win the Cyprus Nell skin - who appears to be a male version of Reese from the Chapter 2 Season 5 Battle Pass. While this is not confirmed by Epic it is likely that Cyprus will be available in the Item Shop after the tournament.
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