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If you weren’t already wasting enough of your life actually playing Fortnite, now you can waste even more time playing dress-up with your favorite skins from the game.

Reddit poster Maux01 recently shared a website they made that lets users mix and match a bunch of different elements from the game’s plethora of wacky skins to come up with their own combinations, and it’s pretty fun. I mean, look at how much fun I had:

In essence, the website is the Fortnite-themed, internet-age equivalent of paper dolls, in that it simply places images of the different skins on top of either a base male or female character, and sometimes the overlays just don’t work out right. Still, it’s a pretty cool concept, and Fortnite‘s skins are so full of character that it’s fun to see how the different pieces can come together to create something new.

Unfortunately, there’s still no way to create these kinds of customizable looks in game, though if the website gains enough popularity, it’s highly likely that Epic Games would at least take note. The Fortnite developer has a pretty impressive track record when it comes to interacting with and listening to its community. Most notably, due to popular demand, Epic included Orange Shirt Kid’s emote in the game, even though the young legend’s Boogie Down contest submission didn’t end up winning.

The next batch of Season 4’s weekly challenges are set to launch tomorrow. We’ll find out if the update includes the recently datamined jetpacks that were previously delayed.

Fortnite is available for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and iOS devices.

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Source: IGN

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Someone made a site that lets you mashup your favorite Fortnite skins

Fortnite might not let you mix and match your favorite skins, but at least this website does.

By Michael Goroff | 05/21/2018 05:00 PM PT | Updated 05/22/2018 10:36 AM PT

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If you weren’t already wasting enough of your life actually playing Fortnite, now you can waste even more time playing dress-up with your favorite skins from the game.

Reddit poster Maux01 recently shared a website they made that lets users mix and match a bunch of different elements from the game’s plethora of wacky skins to come up with their own combinations, and it’s pretty fun. I mean, look at how much fun I had:

In essence, the website is the Fortnite-themed, internet-age equivalent of paper dolls, in that it simply places images of the different skins on top of either a base male or female character, and sometimes the overlays just don’t work out right. Still, it’s a pretty cool concept, and Fortnite‘s skins are so full of character that it’s fun to see how the different pieces can come together to create something new.

Unfortunately, there’s still no way to create these kinds of customizable looks in game, though if the website gains enough popularity, it’s highly likely that Epic Games would at least take note. The Fortnite developer has a pretty impressive track record when it comes to interacting with and listening to its community. Most notably, due to popular demand, Epic included Orange Shirt Kid’s emote in the game, even though the young legend’s Boogie Down contest submission didn’t end up winning.

The next batch of Season 4’s weekly challenges are set to launch tomorrow. We’ll find out if the update includes the recently datamined jetpacks that were previously delayed.

Fortnite is available for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and iOS devices.

Read More

Source: IGN



About Michael Goroff

view all posts

Michael Goroff has been gaming for almost three decades. He's a lover of all games and systems, but he mostly plays Xbox. That being said, if he's a fanboy, he's a fanboy for the game industry as a whole. Spit white-hot fanboy hate at him, trash talk his Gold II rank on Rocket League, or maybe just send him a cordial hello on Twitter @gogogoroff.