Published: Sun, January 19, 2020
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Ninja Has received his Own Fortnite Skin

Ninja Has received his Own Fortnite Skin

This is clearly a very strategic decision on Epic Games' part to promote the Fortnite game by casting as wide a net as possible.

Concept artist D3NNI shared the design on Twitter yesterday. Ninja streams on Microsoft's Mixer streaming service, Loserfruit is on Twitch, and TheGrefg is a YouTube streamer. He's wearing grey camouflage trousers and a pair of black headphones to match. What do you think about The Icon Series in general? Introducing TFUE! Hope you guys like it!

According to Epic Games, Ninja's skin isn't going to be a one-off promotion but instead is the first of many future collaborations with creators from a variety of industries from gaming and film to fashion and music. Clearly Epic Games is eager to roll out some changes to its blockbuster battle royale experience. We had already witnessed a similar event when Fortnite collaborated with Marshmello and Major Lazer.

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Fractures are a brisk approach starting with one area then onto the next and have immediately figured out how to become fan-most loved since they let you travel over a long separation. The skin is literally Ninja himself transformed into a skin, while the emote is his signature Ninja Style dance and his classic dual katanas he's known for are the harvesting tool.

There's now no confirmed price for the cosmetics, but we can guess that it'll be somewhere in the realm of 2,000 V-Bucks, give or take 500.

There will also be other exclusive ninja cosmetics in the item shop.

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