However, there is a catch. The skins are only available as a bundle that you will have to shell out cash for. The skins cannot be purchased separately with Fortnite's in-game currency, V-Bucks.
The bundle will run you $24.99, and it includes the three mentioned skins, as well as other cosmetics. You can find the full list below:
- Black Panther Skin
- King's Cowl Back Bling
- Vibranium Daggers Pickaxe
- Wakandan Skyrider Glider
- Captain Marvel Skin
- Kree Backplate Back Bling
- Alpha Staff Pickaxe
- Power of Mar-Vell Glider
- Taskmaster Skin
- Mimic's Shield Back Bling
- Copycat's Sword Pickaxe
Along with the character bundle's release, Fortnite has made available three free Black Panther Quests. Once you finish the three quests, you will be able to unlock the Wakanda Forever emote. The three quests are as followed:
- Play 10 Matches
- Outlast 500 Opponents
- Play 5 Matches in Duo/Squads with Friends
These three skins are an addition to the plethora of available Marvel skins that players can choose to use. Fortnite and Marvel have been collaborating since 2018, and even though the previous season has ended, Epic Games plans to have more Marvel crossover events in the future.
The release of the skin pack was accompanied by a short trailer with the currently available Marvel heroes in Fortnite doing the Wakanda Forever emote to Black Panther. Most likely a homage to the recent passing of the actor who played Black Panther in the films, Chadwick Boseman.
You can view the trailer over at YouTube.