Fortnite's World Takeover Continues With New Line of Funko Toys

Fortnite's World Takeover Continues With New Line of Funko Toys

Fortnite toys? What next?!

Fortnite's world domination continues with the announcement that Epic has partnered with Funko to produce a line of toys based on the hit battle royale game. Prepare to see little bobble headed curiosities based on your favorite characters like Tomato Head, and that one really cool John Wick skin.

Actually, the agreement between Fortnite and Funko will cover ten different product lines including Funko's Pop! Figures, 5 Star figures, Pint Size Heroes, Vynl, keychains, POP! Apparel, and more. Funko has a pretty interesting line of figures outside of the ubiquitous, bobble headed Pop! Figures and no doubt they're excited to expand the Fortnite brand across all of them.

The best skin for Season 5 in my opinion.

"We're all big fans of Funko's collectibles, so we were thrilled when we had the chance to partner with them on the Fortnite collection," said Epic Games vice president Mark Rein. The line of Funk merchandise will launch Holiday 2018 according to the press release and will be available at several retailers.

We expect that the figures will be based largely on popular Fortnite skins which have become iconic. You can see what we think are the coolest Fortnite skins over on our Best Fortnite Skins list. I'm looking forward to a Rook figure myself.

Fortnite Season 5 just started so check out our regularly updated Fortnite guide for weekly challenge guides. Here's also a full list of new skins in Fortnite season 5. College dorms across the world are expected to start sporting Fortnite figures in the 2019 school year.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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