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The Star Wars and Fortnite collaboration seems to be drawing near a conclusion. With Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker now out in theaters, there’s not much more promotion needed. However, that doesn’t mean fans won’t see at least two more Star Wars skins in Fortnite. Thanks to early images from the PlayStation Store, we may have a premature look at possibly the last two Star Wars skins. Both Kylo Ren and Zorii Bliss appear to be making their debut in the Fortnite Item Shop as early as tonight.
Kylo Ren and Zorii Bliss coming to the Item Shop?
We’ve known about these two skins for some time, as both were leaked by dataminers. The Kylo Ren skin was even showcased in a trailer for the Fortnite x Star Wars collaboration that introduced the lightsabers.
However, it looks like now is the time we’re finally going to see them in action, courtesy of the PS Store. The PlayStation and Xbox Stores are notorious for leaking promotions early, as sometimes the different time zones can be confusing. This time around, the French PS Store was the one to leak an early image.
Thanks to the store and dataminer @HYPEX, we have a look at both Kylo Ren and Zorii Bliss in Fortnite.
PS4 Just leaked "Kylo Ren" & "Zorii Bliss" skins' official Pics! Maybe in the shop tonight ? pic.twitter.com/G4lS9sEhwZ
— HYPEX (@HYPEX) December 20, 2019
Both skins look menacing and well-designed, but it’s unclear if either skin will feature multiple outfits. Kylo Ren is often seen without his helmet in the movies, so that could be one option for him. Also, it’s unclear if Zorii Bliss will actually wield her famous pistols in-game or if that’s simply a promotional image.
We should find out the answers to our questions as soon as tonight. The PlayStation Store usually posts promotions the day they’re supposed to release. So, if everything goes according to plan, the Fortnite Item Shop will feature both Kylo Ren and Zorii Bliss when it updates tonight.
What do you think of the Star Wars skins? Let us know, and keep up with Daily Esports for all of your Fortnite coverage.
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.