Fortnite Skins: The Crossover Skin of the Week - WK 32

Fortnite skins and crossovers - they just go together. New collaborations are announced again and again. In our weekly series, we present our Fortnite crossover skin of the week and tell you how many V-Bucks you have to scrape together for it.

Fortnite Crossover of the week
Which Fortnite Crossover Skin do you think we will introduce you to today... | © Epic Games

After skyrocketing in popularity between 2017 and 2018, Epic Games had the brilliant idea of collaborating with Marvel in Chapter 1 Fortnite Season 4 to celebrate the release of Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War film.

This not only made the developers ton of money but also attracted many new players who were excited about the idea of taking on Thanos and wearing the Infinity Gauntlet in Fortnite. It also started a trend that has resulted in more big brands and stars, including musicians, actors, anime characters, and other gaming franchises wanting to work with Fortnite. A trend that continues as strong as ever, if not more.

Every few weeks, a new, exciting collaboration shows up in the battle royale. With that in mind, we present our Fortnite crossover of the week to you every week.

Fortnite Skin of the Week: Blade

Fortnite Blade
Seize the day and save the night as the daywalker himself. | © Epic Games

Blade is a fictional character from Marvel Comics. Created by writer Marv Wolfman and artist Gene Colan, he first appeared in The Tomb of Dracula #10 comic book in 1973 as a supporting character, but later became the main character in his own story.

Dedicating his life to rid the world of all vampires, Blade uses his unique physiology to become the perfect vampire slayer. While initially portrayed as a human immune to vampire bites, Blade was retroactively established as a vampire after being portrayed as such in Spider-Man: The Animated Series and the Blade film series.

The character has been widely adapted from the comics into various media, including films, television series, and video games. Fortnite Blade Skin: Prices and Cosmetics

Fortnite Skin Blade: Prices and Cosmetics

In Fortnite, Blade was first released on September 25, 2020. Of course, he also received some nice cosmetics in the game. Here you can find an overview of his cosmetic items or the prices:

  • Blade Pack (All Cosmetics): 2,300 V-Bucks
  • Outfit "Blade" including "Sword of the Daywalker" back bling: 2,000 V-Bucks
  • Dayflier Glider: 1,200 V-Bucks
  • Daywalker's Kata Emote: 300 V-Bucks

Fortnite Skin of the Week 31: John Cena

Fortnite John Cena
The champ is here! | © Epic Games

As part of the Epic SummerSlam, 16-time champion John Cena is ready to give their opponents an Attitude Adjustment in Fortnite. If there really is someone among you who doesn't know him, we'd be happy to introduce him to you:

John Felix Anthony Cena is an American professional wrestler, actor, and former rapper currently signed to WWE. He is considered one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time and has tied with Ric Flair for the most World Championship reigns in professional wrestling history.

A 16-time world champion, Cena has won the WWE Championship 13 times, a record for the title. He is also a five-time US Champion, four-time World Tag Team Champion, two-time Royal Rumble Match winner, one-time Money in the Bank Match winner, and has headlined five major WWE pay-per-view events - including the WrestleMania main event.

He got his first leading acting role in 2006's The Marine and received praise for his performances in Trainwreck, Ferdinand, Blockers, and Bumblebee. He also starred in F9 and portrayed the Peacemaker in The Suicide Squad.

Fortnite Skin John Cena: Prices and Cosmetics

In Fortnite, Cena was first released on July 29th. Of course he also received some nice cosmetics in the game. Here you can find an overview of his cosmetic items or the prices:

  • John Cena bundle (All Cosmetics): 2,000 V-Bucks
  • John Cenaoutfit incl. “WWE Championship Title” back bling: 1,500 V-Bucks
  • Five Digit Slappr Pickaxe: 800 V-Bucks
  • John U Can't C Me Emote: 400 V-Bucks

How To Get Skins In Fortnite

Over the years, Epic Games has released over 1350 skins. You can get most of the skins by purchasing them with V-Bucks in the Fortnite Item Shop. There are the following different price categories:

  • Legendary Fortnite Skins: 2000 V-Bucks
  • Epic Fortnite Skins: 1500 V-Bucks
  • Rare Fortnite Skins: 1200 V-Bucks
  • Uncommon Fortnite Skins: 800 V-Bucks

However, not every skin can be purchased with V-Bucks as some are included in the Battle Pass or Fortnite Crew Pack, or can be unlocked through a special event.

We're back next week in our Fortnite Crossover of the Week series with another cool collaboration. Until then, please have a look at the following articles: