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Images of ‘Fortnite Battle Royale’ skin leaked on Twitter: report

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A new skin for “Fortnite Battle Royale” was unveiled on Twitter this week, the Daily Express reported.

The Twitter user @TwoEpicBuddies shared a photo of the alleged skin on Monday.

I present to you: the Blockbuster and the Loading of the Screen for Soaks 7 pic.twitter.com/rwgGctQwk0

— DieBuddies (@TwoEpicBuddies) 11 June 2018

“I present to you: the Blockbuster and the Loading of the Screen for a Soak in the 7 [sic],” the user’s signature of the module.

In another tweet, @TwoEpicBuddies shared with another picture of the different helmet styles.

“Blockbuster head can be adjusted. The Skin is called ‘Visitor’ not a Blockbuster,” he said.

Blockbuster head can be adjusted. The Skin is called ‘Visitor’ is not Blockbuster! pic.twitter.com/W2mYcu6Nzm

— DieBuddies (@TwoEpicBuddies) 11 June 2018

Gamers must finish the seven weeks of the tasks is available, according to the British tabloid. Gamers who buy the Season 4 Battle Pass can allegedly play on the challenges.

Season 4 Battle Pass costs 950 V-Dollar-that comes to $9.50, according to a Polygon.

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“Fortnite Battle Royale” is a spin-off of the game Fortnite” and has been a massive success with gamers.

The multiplayer shooter game, which allows players to navigate a vast landscape, has racked up a huge following since the release as an early access game last year.

“Fortnite Battle Royale” can be up to 100 players against each other, or form teams in a fast paced fighting game. “The last one standing wins,” said Epic Games, on its website.

Epic Games did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News.

Fox News’ James Rogers contributed to this report.

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