How to get Harry Kane & Marco Reus Fortnite skins

Dexerto says “Epic Games’ hit battle royale Fortnite is no stranger to a high-profile crossover or two (or three), with the latest update Chapter 2 Season 7 already featuring appearances from Superman, Rick & Morty, and virtual influencer Guggimon.

Now, it’s been revealed that the first major post-launch crossover of Season 7 will be England National Team Captain Harry Kane and two-time German Player of the Year Marco Reus, who both join The Icon Series.”

Harry Kane & Marco Reus Fortnite skins release date

Fortnite Harry Kane skin
Epic Games

Soccer fans will have a chance to purchase both the Harry Kane and Marco Reus skins in the Item Shop from June 11, 2021, at 8PM ET.

It’s unknown for how long they’ll remain in the shop, and once they’re gone it’s likely that they will not return for a long time – if ever – so pick them up fast if you want them!

How to get Harry Kane & Marco Reus skins in Fortnite

Fortnite Marco Reus Skin
Epic Games

Epic has confirmed that Harry and Marco skins will be able to purchase separately or as a bundle, so if you only want one, you won’t have to fork up for both – although there will likely be a good bundle discount.

As well as the skins themselves, Harry Kane will come with a HurriKane Emote and Back Bling, while Marco Reus will come with a Marcinho Emote and Back Bling. But sadly there are no Pickaxes or Gliders.

Nobody knows how much they’ll cost, but each skin will likely be around 1,500 V-Bucks, and the bundle could be around 2,500 to 3,000 V-Bucks.

Source(s) Dexerto


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