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The Survivors in Arms set now in the Item Shop
Daryl Dixon and Michonne are part of the Fortnite “Survivors in Arms” set. Both these hunters are now available in the Fortnite store for a limited time only. Their outfits come with the variant styles: Desperado Daryl and Cloaked Michonne. For those unfamiliar with Daryl Dixon and Michonne, they come from the Walking Dead series.
You can also acquire the Hunting Quiver and Michonne’s Katana B=back blings. The katana and knife are both used as harvesting tools, meaning you can collect resources or do the use 20HP damage to your opponent.
The gear is available for 1,800 V-Bucks. For the price, you receive their back blings as well. If you want to score a bargain, then spend 2,500 V-Bucks and you can get all four items: both Hunters and their back blings. But hurry, like all good things in the Fortnite Item Shop, they won’t stay around long.
Continue the Hunt
If you haven’t tried out Fortnite‘s new performance mode, why not give it a shot while you’re on the hunt. If you haven’t had a chance to get into the Chapter 2: Season 5 Battle Pass, we highly encourage it. There’s a ton of cool skins to grab this season. You’ll definitely want to add those to your inventory.
The Master Chief bundle is also still available in the Item Shop. Grab the full bundle for 2,300 V-Bucks including skin, back bling, harvesting tool, glider, and traversal emote. These were only supposed to be available for a couple of days so grab them while they are still in stock.
And don’t forget it’s not all about hunting. Grab some Fortnite festive skins to celebrate the holiday season. This week it’s the Doggo complete with Christmas outfit, Yule Tropper, Kane, and Globe Shaker as available skins. There’s also lots of fun festive harvesting tools, emotes, back bling, and weapon wraps.
What’s on your Fortnite Christmas wish list?
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