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Fortnite Snowfall Challenge Skin: What the Prisoner Skin Looks Like


Fortnite Snowfall Challenge Skin: What the Prisoner Skin Looks Like

What the Snowfall Challenge Prisoner Skin Looks Like in Fortnite

With the week 9 challenges coming to Fortnite in Season 7 tomorrow, players will finally be able to get their hands on the Snowfall challenges skin once and for all. As such, some players may not be able to wait any longer, so here’s what the Snowfall challenge Prisoner skin looks like in Fortnite.

Now commonly referred to as the Prisoner Skin after it was found hanging in the dungeons of the Polar Peak castle, some players are eager to find out what it looks like.

Well, let’s not keep you waiting around for much longer. You can check the gallery of images down below to check out the Prisoner skin in Fortnite in all four of its glorious stages.

It’s worth noting that at this point, we’re unsure how each stage of the Snowfall challenge Prisoner skin is unlocked in Fortnite, due to these images having been datamined (via FortniteInsider). As such, the Prisoner skin isn’t quite ‘live’ in Fortnite yet, as players need to complete 60 weekly challenges in order to unlock it.

Now that the week 9 challenges are live, it’s possible to get begin unlocking the various Prisoner skin stages in Fortnite. We’ve got a guide to help you do just that right here, giving you the locations of all currently available prisoner keys.

And there you have what the Snowfall skin looks like in Fortnite across all of its stages. For more tips, tricks, and guides on the current season, be sure to check out our Fortnite Season 7 guide wiki.

Our Fortnite wiki has guides on how to complete the week 1, week 2, week 3, and week 4, week 5, and week 6, and week 7 challenges as well as where the week 1 secret star, week 2 secret banner, week 3 secret star, and week 4 secret banner, week 5 secret star, and week 6 secret banner, and week 7 secret star locations are.

We’ve even run through the Fortnite chest locations for Frosty Flights, Happy Hamlet, and Polar Peak, just to name a few.

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