‘Fortnite’ Kaws Skins are Here! How to Get Them and What to Expect
(Photo : by ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images) A person walks past art work by American artist and designer KAWS, whose real name is Brian Donnelly, during a preview of the exhibit "KAWS: WHAT PARTY" at the Brooklyn Museum on February 24, 2021 in New York City. - The exhibition chronicles KAWS's twenty-five-year practice, featuring graffiti drawings, paintings, smaller collectibles, furniture, recent augmented reality projects, and sculptures. (Photo by Angela Weiss / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION - TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION `
‘Fortnite’ Kaws Skins are Here! How to Get Them and What to Expect
(Photo : by CHRIS DELMAS/AFP via Getty Images) This illustration picture shows Epic Games' Fortnite loading on a smartphone in Los Angeles on August 14, 2020. - Apple and Google on August 13, 2020 pulled video game sensation Fortnite from their mobile app shops after its maker Epic Games released an update that dodges revenue sharing with the tech giants.

"Fortnite" Kaws skins are now available in the Item Shop of the battle royale gaming title, just in time for Halloween.

‘Fortnite’ Kaws Skins are Here! How to Get Them and What to Expect
(Photo : by ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images)
A person walks past art work by American artist and designer KAWS, whose real name is Brian Donnelly, during a preview of the exhibit "KAWS: WHAT PARTY" at the Brooklyn Museum on February 24, 2021 in New York City. - The exhibition chronicles KAWS's twenty-five-year practice, featuring graffiti drawings, paintings, smaller collectibles, furniture, recent augmented reality projects, and sculptures. (Photo by Angela Weiss / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION - TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION `

As per HighSnobiety's report, the latest crossover between a famed American designer and artist, Kaws, or Brian Donnelly in real life, comes after the massive collaboration of "Fortnite" with the high-end fashion brand, Balenciaga.

It is worth noting that "Fortnite," aside from being a popular gaming title, has been home to countless pop culture collab, which spans from fashion brands, Hollywood titles, and even sought-after Kpop artists.

‘Fortnite’ Kaws Skins are Here! How to Get Them and What to Expect
(Photo : by CHRIS DELMAS/AFP via Getty Images)
This illustration picture shows Epic Games' Fortnite loading on a smartphone in Los Angeles on August 14, 2020. - Apple and Google on August 13, 2020 pulled video game sensation Fortnite from their mobile app shops after its maker Epic Games released an update that dodges revenue sharing with the tech giants.

'Fortnite' Kaws Skins: What to Expect

Now, the lovechild of Kaws and "Fortnite," its full skeletal body skin in the battle royale game is available in multiple colorways, such as Green, Orange, Pink, and another one carrying the natural color of bones.

What's more, the "Fortnite" skin features the iconic character of Kaws, which sports dead eyes and massive ears.

However, instead of its typical look that carries a wardrobe, this version shows the inner skeletal system of the cartoon, according to the latest report from GameSpot.

The rare crossover skin is called the "Kaws Skeleton" due to its spooky full-boned looks.

'Fortnite' x Kaws Skins

As per HypeBeast, the collaboration with "Fortnite" and Kaws was initially hinted at by releasing special cards that carried an artwork of Kaw's iconic character. Back then, "Fortnite" had yet to reveal the look of the Kaws skins, but the teaser already shows the character sporting a skeletal body.

It is to note that the "Fortnite" skin is part of the Halloween event of the battle royale game called "Fortnitemares," which includes new modes and maps with a spooky theme, as well as skins. Not to mention that the event will also be showcasing multiple short films under the Shortnitemaers film festival.

According to Dexerto, some of the Halloween-themed cosmetics include a skin of Rick Grimes from "The Walking Dead," a skin of Frankenstein's Monster, and The Mummy.

With the addition of the spooky Kaws skins in the battle royale game, "Fortnite" players should expect more Halloween-themed twists coming their way.

GameSpot suggested in the same report that the Kaws skin is expected to last until the Halloween season comes to an end.

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Fortnite Kaws Skins: How to Get

The official Twitter account of Fortnite announced that the Kaws Skeleton Outfit could be found on the Item Shop of the battle royale title.

 

As such, "Fornite" players will only need to head to the Item Shop of the game, wherein all of the available skins are found, to get the latest crossover with world renowned artist, Kaws.

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