Moon Knight Skin Sneaks Into Fortnite

Fortnite Moon Knight Skin
Image Credit: Epic Games

Last night the Fortnite Item Shop switched over, and fans were thrilled to find the new Moon Knight skin up for grabs. Hot off the Moon Knight Disney+ series release, it was only a matter of time before we saw the Marvel skin make its way into Fortnite.

The Moon Knight skin features not one, not two, but three edit styles. You’ll find Moon Knight, Moon Knight (Cape Off), and Mr. Knight (my favorite!). The Fortnite skin will set you back 1500 V-Bucks, including all the edit styles and the Moon Knight’s Cloak Back Bling.

Moon Knight Fortnite Skin
Photo Credit: Epic Games

Of course, what’s a Fortnite skin without a good Harvesting Tool? The Moon Knight skin reveal also launched his Pickaxes, the Crescent Darts. The small moon-like dual pickaxes compliment the skin perfectly but will cost you another 500 V-Bucks. Both are part of the Moon Knight set.

This is not the first Marvel Fortnite skin to dive into the game. This season’s Battle Pass alone features the Doctor Strange skin, and the Prowler skin, whose challenges just unlocked last week. Marvel skins have been around since about 2019, and it looks like there is no stopping them. We have seen a Tony Stark skin, a Groot skin, and even a Rocket Raccoon Back Bling, plus multiple Spider-Man skins and MJ skins at this point.

Fortnite has incorporated many franchises since the game’s launch, featuring Marvel skins, DC skins, God of War skins, and The Mandalorian skins. The game even features popular Fortnite streamer skins like Pokimane, Loserfruit, Lachlan, and Lazarbeam, complete with peripherals.

The Moon Knight Fortnite skin is likely to stay in the Item Shop for a couple of weeks but can disappear at any moment, so make sure to grab it while you can. And don’t forget to support a creator when you buy it!

Dayna Eileen

Written by Dayna Eileen

Dayna is an all-Canadian long-time gamer and geek. She absolutely loves introducing the people she knows to her love for gaming and nerd culture. You can often find her writing about tech, gaming and media across the web.

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