Fortnite Halloween skins: Vampire costume could come to Battle Royale
- Fortnite data miners have found data suggesting a vampire skin may be released
- The popular online game has been releasing Halloween costumes in October
- Festive skins include the original Skull Trooper and two spooky Jack O’ Lanterns
Epic Games’s Fortnite is taking Halloween seriously this year, having already introduced festive-themed skins like two spooky Jack O’Lanterns and brought back the original Fortnite skin: Skull Trooper.
Now, the hugely popular co-op shooter game has seen several more Halloween-themed skins leak in the run-up to the v6.10 patch update, suggesting things are about to get a whole lot spookier.
According to the Fortnite leaks Twitter account FNBRLeaks, the latest patch includes Halloween-themed skins such as Spider-Knight, Arachne, Guan-Yu, and Onesie, not to mention gear such as a Arachne’s Back Bling, Long Legs, the Spider Knight’s Spider Shield and Guan-Yu’s Loyal Shield.
Fortnite data miners have found data suggesting a vampire skin may be released this month
Spider-Knight looks like Dark Souls III’s The Ashen One, while Arachne looks like she’s from the world of Overwatch. Guan-Yu’s golden attire looks to follow on from another favourite Fortnite skin: Wukong, the Monkey King.
There’s also lighter Halloween-themed skins floating around, including the Onesie, which features a Durr Burger pattern.
However, it seems Fortnite still has some secrets up its sleeve.
Data miners @Hypexleaks and @ShiinaBR trawled the Fortnite game data for clues about upcoming skins and have found some horror-themed ones.
A skin called Sanctum is thought to be a male vampire costume, complete with a Coven Cape back bling.
There may also be a female version that the developers have not added. There is already a female Vampire skin called Dusk that came out in the Season 6 Battle Pass.
It’s not yet clear when Fortnite will add the new outfits, although VGR expects it to be around October 24, when the latest Fortnite patch is expected to be released.
The suspected Vampire skins, as well as the latest v6.10 leaks top off a spooky month for Fortnite, which has been releasing Halloween-themed skins throughout October.
Previous patch update leaks saw skins such as scarecrow-themed costumes Hay Man and Straw Ops pop up.
Also potentially haunting the fields of Fortnite were the Scourge skins found in the v6.02 patch data.
Fortnite’s Halloween appeal is so great that people should even prepare to see the game skins in real life.
According to new data from the Google Blog, Fortnite skins are the most popular Halloween costumes for 2018, beating out contenders such as Spider-Man, Harley-Quinn and Pirate.
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