Ninja's Getting His Very Own Fortnite Skin

Epic responds to Fortnite editing issue By Jimmy Russo

Gaming megastar Ninja is getting his own skin on Fortnite, and it's fair to say he's thrilled by the news! So here's my take on another skin in the Icon Series line.

Tyler "Ninja" Blevins is understandably excited in his reveal video.

Ninja: "It happened. It's official, we finally have a Ninja skin". Of course, these are not the first celebrity skins to grace the game; Marshmello and Major Lazer skins were introduced previously. The game has three distinct modes, but players play the battle royale mode. The Ninja Fortnite skin along with a back bling, pickaxe, and emote will be available in today's Fortnite Item Shop.

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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. They are popularly seen in from of weapon skins and player models and help players escape from the stray looks of those they use on a regular basis. Even if you have no idea who Ninja is, it's still a slick-looking cosmetic. This one is a comparatively smaller patch however, so it's nothing to get too excited about.

The other two players - Loserfruit and TheGrefg - will also be added. After them will come a series of content creators from games, music, and entertainment.

A bigger picture: Epic Games said it was just the beginning of the introduction of real-world personalities into Fortnite, according to The Verge.

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