Fortnite is Getting a Visit from Geralt of Rivia Next Week
At the beginning of this Fortnite season, Geralt of Rivia was made available as a Battle Pass skin and it appears he will finally be obtainable. In the past, it was less common for Epic Games to bring out new Fortnite skins but that has certainly changed; this can be seen by looking at the growth of the Item Shop compared to a couple of years ago. A sizable number of skins are currently in the game and more are added as time passes.
As Fortnite gained more traction, it began to introduce collaboration skins that can be acquired just by completing the Battle Pass. This season, two licensed skins were added to the Battle Pass – Doom Slayer and Geralt of Rivia. Some players want Epic Games to only feature their own skins in the Battle Pass, while others are thrilled to see characters from other franchises in a game that they love.
The Battle Pass of Fortnite’s Chapter 4 Season 1 allows purchasers the ability to unlock Geralt of Rivia. This can only be achieved, however, by completing a few quests during the season. An in-game countdown, “Geralt of Rivia” which can be found in the Quests tab, has recently been added and it indicates that the first quest will be available when the next update is released, Tuesday of next week.
While it was clear to fans that Geralt of Rivia would eventually be accessible, the exact date of his unlock was uncertain. The Fortnite Battle Pass section reveals that two pages of rewards are available, with the first page accessible on Tuesday and featuring the much-anticipated gaming legends series Geralt of Rivia Fortnite skin. The second page will be available three weeks later, though its contents remain a secret for the time being.
Much like with other bonus skins from past seasons, the Geralt skin should function in the same way. Players may accomplish quests to receive cosmetic rewards, and when they have achieved a certain number of them, they will be granted the Geralt of Rivia skin as a bonus goal reward. The quests should remain active until the end of the current Fortnite season, so there is no need to rush to complete them.
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