Ninja skin in Fortnite will be included in the game

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Tyler “Ninja” Blevins gets his own Fortnite skin Image: Epic Games

After years of asking Epic Games to provide him his own skin in Fortnite, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is getting his dream. The banner has actually revealed on Mixer that his Fortnite skin will be included in the game on Jan. 16, though he’s presently playing games with it today.

The Ninja Fortnite skin belongs to a series– the Icon Series– that’ll bring “the creative vision, character, and mindset of leading developers to Fortnite,” Epic Games stated in its statement. The Ninja Outfit will be offered on Jan. 16 at 7 p.m. ET up until January 19 at 8 p.m. ET, along with a couple of bonus: Ninja’s Edge Back Bling, Ninja Style Emote, and a Dual Katanas Pickaxe. Neither Epic nor Ninja have actually stated just how much the products will cost.

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” I’ve imagined having skin in Fortnite, given that I began playing the game,” Ninja tweeted on Wednesday. “Today, my dream ends up being the truth.”

Ninja’s clothing itself is Ninja Legendary Games created the skin utilizing the developer’s own branding as motivation. Obviously, it’s got Ninja’s renowned blue hair and yellow headband, with the developer covered in a “ninja-style” hoodie.

Epic Games hasn’t stated when the rest of the Icon Series products will be launched.

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