The world of Fortnite continues to grow with more and more iconic pop-fiction characters joining the Battle Royale action. This time around, it’s the Teen Titans adversary, Deathstroke, that will soon be available for players to add to their in-game Locker. But how do you get the Deathstroke skin in Fortnite? Here’s what you need to know.
How to Get Deathstroke Skin in Fortnite
The Deathstroke Zero skin will be made available to purchase from Fortnite’s Item Shop as of June 1.
The skin will come complete with Slade’s signature katanas which double up as both Back Bling and harvesting tools.
No official pricing details have been shared just yet, but we’d estimate the bundle to come in around the 2,500 V-Bucks mark (around $20).
In addition to this, players can also get the Deathstroke Destroyer Glider (sold separately). It can also be unlocked by entering the code in Issue #4 of the Batman Zero Point comics, which will also be made available on June 1.
How to Get Deathstroke Early
If you don’t want to wait until June 1 (or want to save your V-Bucks), you can always try your luck in the Deathstroke Zero Cup instead.
The Deathstroke Zero Cup begins on May 27 and is a Solo tournament. You’ll have 10 games to earn as many points as possible (check here for the full points and rules breakdown), and if you rank high enough in your region, you’ll get yourself the Fortnite Deathstroke skin, backbling and pickaxe for free!
For those that don’t rack up enough points to get the skin, all players who earn eigh points or more from their 10 matches will earn the ‘Slade’s Watching’ spray.
That’s everything you need to know on how to get Deathstroke skin in Fortnite. For more tips, tricks and guides on the current season, head over to our wiki, search for Twinfinite, or see more of our coverage on the game below.
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