After months of rumors and anticipation, Bungie and Epic Games have finally come up with a collaboration. With this collab, the character skins from Destiny 2 will be making their way into the Fortnite universe. You will be able to get three of the best characters from Bungie’s sci-fi MMO. So, here’s everything you need to know about the Fortnite x Destiny collab and how to get Destiny 2 skins in Fortnite.
How to Get Destiny 2 Skins (Fortnite x Destiny)
The official collab brings three Destiny 2 characters into Fortnite. These characters are Commander Zavala, Ikora Rey, and the Exo Stranger. You can head over to Fortnite to purchase these skins in exchange for V-Bucks. If you are out of V-bucks, check out our guide on how to get V bucks for free. You cannot get these Destiny characters through any other ways.
These three characters will be included with a range of cosmetic items. And they are as follows:
The Titan who always likes to be in charge! Commander Zavala’s skin comes with a Targe Back Bling that is included with the outfit. The other cosmetic items included with this skin are the Crown-Spitter Pickaxe and the Sparrow Glider with a Zavala shader. You can use the glider for land as well as air transportation. You can head over to the Item shop to purchase the Commander Zavala outfit for 1,500 V-Bucks.
One of the most badass Warlocks and the greatest Crucible Champion! Ikora Rey, the successor of Osiris outfit will include her Ophiuchus Back Bling. Her skin outfit will also include her Balon Talon Pickaxe and her Sparrow Glider with an Ikora Shader fit. You can purchase the Ikora Rey outfit for 1,500 V-bucks.
While the Exo Stranger was first introduced in Destiny 2, she made a return during the Destiny Beyond Light expansion. You can purchase this skin outfit for 1,500 V-bucks. This outfit includes her Pouka Back Bling, Lament Pickaxe, and Sparrow Glider. Similar to the above outfits, her glider comes with an Exo Stranger style shader.
If you want to buy all of the Destiny 2 characters, you can buy the Legends of Dark and Light bundle for 2,700 V-Bucks. This bundle will also include their back blings along with their outfits.
As you purchase one of these Destiny skins, you can take them to a Fortnite version of Javelin-4. This custom map is created by the PWR team and it is called Guardian Zone Control: Javelin-4 (link). Its code is as follows: 0642-9767-7225.
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