Fortnite NFL Skins Let Bills Fans See Their Team Win Something for a Change

Fortnite NFL Skins Let Bills Fans See Their Team Win Something for a Change

Official NFL skins are coming to Fortnite.

Fortnite's foray into the mainstream continues as Epic announces a new partnership to bring official NFL jersey skins into Fortnite Battle Royale. They will be available this Friday, November 9.

The NFL skins are unique in that they will need to be purchased from the Fortnite item shop using money, but a price hasn't been set yet. Luckily you won't need to buy 32 individual skins as the NFL skin can be changed to represent any team in the NFl and any number from 0-99. So, you can customize your skin to represent your favorite player or your own original Football star.

If you don't have a favorite team, there's also a unique Fortnite team jersey you can swap to as well, but don't expect team Fortnite playing in the Super Bowl, though considering how popular Fortnite is that's certainly not impossible.

With so many sports stars in the NFL and other sports doing Fortnite dances after touchdowns, goals, whatever, it's not surprising to see Epic team up with the NFL to bring the Football experience to Fortnite. We'll be sure to update our Best Fortnite skins list once the NFL skin drops.

Over the weekend Kevin the Cube died and came back as an interdimensional butterfly. We don't know what this means yet but we'll just roll with the punches and see where Fortnite takes us next after a brief sting in the spooky Halloween-themed event.

Also, sorry for the dig at the Bills. They're just not doing too hot this year, though of course they still managed to beat our unofficial team, the Minnesota Vikings.

Keep an eye out on our Fortnite Challenge guides which we'll update when Epic announces a new season.

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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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