Winterfest 2022 is in full swing in Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1, delivering new challenges, cosmetics, and more to the battle royale.
This annual event is always highly-anticipated by the community, mainly because of the free gifts that Epic Games gives out to players who log in every day. In 2022, there are 14 free presents that players can open just by going to the Cozy Lodge in Fortnite. Once there, they receive one free present per day, allowing them to keep opening presents until Jan. 3 or they’ve opened all 14. One of the presents that Fortnite players can receive from these free gifts is the Sled Ready Guff skin.
The Sled Ready Guff skin is one of the most sought-after by the Fortnite community. The skin is a big, fluffy rabbit-looking animal that has a red heart and two big, brown ears. It’s an eye-catching skin that players want to wear immediately in Chapter 4 Season 1. Below, players can see exactly how to acquire this particular skin in Fortnite Winterfest 2022.
Getting the Sled Ready Guff skin in Fortnite
The Sled Ready Guff skin is one of the 14 presents that you can open at the Cozy Lodge. To get to the lodge, just go to the main lobby screen of Fortnite, click the snowflake at the top of the screen, and then enter the cabin. Here, you can see all of the presents spread out across the room.
The one you’re looking for is being cuddled by Guff on the ground. The present is a different color for every player, but you can pry it from Guff’s grasp by clicking on it. You will then be able to open the present and receive the reward that’s inside, which is the Sled Ready Guff skin.
Remember, though, you can only open one Winterfest present every 24 hours in Fortnite. So make your picks carefully depending on what rewards you want.
Related: Read about the list of skins in Fortnite on Pro Game Guides.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.