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Fortnite Season 6: What the Season 6 Tier 100 Reward Is

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Fortnite Season 6: What the Season 6 Tier 100 Reward Is

What the Season 6 Tier 100 Reward Is in Fortnite

Fortnite’s Season 6 has finally arrived, bringing a revamp of the map, some tweaks and adjustments to the game’s arsenal of weapons, and arguably, most importantly for some players, a new Battle Pass and series of cosmetics to be released throughout the weeks. Well, now that you can get your hands on the Season 6 Battle Pass, you might be wondering what the Season 6 Tier 100 reward is for grinding out all that XP.

You’re able to find out what the Season 6 Tier 100 reward is for Fortnite by scrolling right to the end of the Battle Pass page. However, if you don’t want to wait around for Fortnite to finish loading up and any log-in queues, we’ve got you covered with a quick image of it down below.

Fortnite Season 6’s Tier 100 Reward is a skin called Dire. As you’d expect, it’s a legendary rarity skin, and like previous Tier 100 rewards for Battle Pass owners, it has six variants you’ll unlock by accruing XP. Take a look at the Season 6 Tier 100 reward in all its glory down below.

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It looks like if you want to completely max out the Dire Season 6 Tier 100 reward skin in Fortnite, you’ll need to earn 250,000 XP. That’s quite a lot, but now that you’re not limited to doing this in a single season, it should be a little easier.

That’s all you need to know about the Season 6 Tier 100 reward skin in Fortnite Battle Royale’s Season 6 Battle Pass. Do you think it outdoes the Ragnarok skin of Season 5? Let us know down in the comments below.

For more tips, tricks, and information, be sure to check out our Season 6 wiki. We’ll be updating this as Season 6 progresses with all weekly challenges, secret stars, and more, so be sure to check back with us soon.

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