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How to Get All Fortnite Destiny 2 Skins

Fortnite keeps getting (exo) Stranger.

Destiny 2 is coming to Fortnite. Yes, you read that correctly, Bungie’s first-person shooter MMO-style game Destiny 2 is coming to the battle royale with three brand new skins for players to purchase. Here is how to get all of the Fortnite Destiny 2 skins that are available.

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How to Get All Fortnite Destiny 2 Skins

If you want these skins, they are available starting on August 23, 2022, and will be in the Fortnite Item Shop starting at 8 PM EST. You have to purchase them with V-Bucks. you can not earn them as part of the battle pass or other in-game events.

The three skins include the following:

Commander Zavala

You know him s part of the Vanguard, the Titan overseer and our big blue boy who loves to charge in head first. The Fortnite skin set comes with the Targe Back Bling (Commander Zavala’s Ghost), the Crown-Splitter Pickaxe, which you know as his trusty sword, and the Sparrow Glider which you can ride down when dropping out of the Battle Bus.

Related: Bungie Announces Destiny 2 Coming to Epic Games Store: More Info

Ikora Rey

Everyone’s favorite Warlock, Ikora Rey, is entering Fortnite with the Ophiuchus Back Bling (Ikora Rey’s Ghost), the Black Talon Pickaxe, which is a sick-looking sword, and her very own Sparrow Glider. I’m just going to take this second to say it’s weird that they stand and ride the gliders to the ground instead of using the seat on them.

Exo Stranger

I bet you thought this was going to be Cayde-6; well, try again. Sorry if you don’t get that. I don’t have time to explain why I don’t have time to explain.

The Exo Stranger, first introduced in Destiny 1, made her way back into Destiny 2 during the Beyond Light expansion and has been a formative part of your Guardian’s journey.

In Fortnite, you can find her with the Pouka Back Bling, the Lament Pickaxe, and another Sparrow Glider.

Those are all of the Destiny 2 skins in Fortnite and how to get them; when you purchase a Destiny 2 skin, you also get the Investigate emote, which allows players to scan the environment with their ghost. Just like in the hit video game Destiny.

Fortnite is no stranger to crossovers, in fact, they even had a Dragon Ball Super event.

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Jesse Vitelli
Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him thinking about his ever-expanding backlog of games he won't play and being constantly dehydrated. Do not contact him.