Fortnite: How To Get The FNCS Champion Skin

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Fortnite: How To Get The FNCS Champion Skin

Learn how to acquire the first-ever FNCS skin in Fortnite.

Epic Games deployed Fortnite Battle Royale patch v16.50 earlier this week, the last update of Chapter 2 – Season 6 before the developers turn to a new season and adventure. The leaks began during the downtime period before the patch went live. Perhaps the most exciting development emerged in the form of another exclusive Fortnite Champion Series (FNCS) cosmetic. This time, players have the opportunity to get their hands on an FNCS cosmetic outfit.

How to get the FNCS Skin

Epic Games officially unveiled the cosmetic outfit on May 26. For 800 V-Bucks, FNCS fans can acquire and flaunt it in-game against their opponents. Those who claimed Fortnite Champion Series Twitch Drops this season can throw on the foam finger back bling to complete the ensemble. However, move quickly because once the Season 6 cosmetic outfit leaves the Item Shop, it more than likely won’t return.

The Season 6 FNCS skin, dubbed “The Champion,” is the second exclusive purchasable cosmetic themed to the flagship Fortnite competition. Last season, it was a back bling that cost players 200 V-Bucks. Season 6 introduced an entirely new FNCS character outfit, similar to the Fortnite World Cup outfit from 2019. The FNCS skin is the first of its kind, sporting this season’s orange and purple colors,

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FNCS Season 6 Finals

The Season 6 Fortnite Champion Series concludes this weekend, where 33 teams in each of the game’s seven regions will duel for the ultimate prize. Finalists will collect a share of $3M USD, and all winning trios walk away with the Axe of Champions. Refer to our viewing guide for details about the events this weekend!

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Matt is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University. He appreciates all esports titles but primarily focuses on Fortnite and Call of Duty. Matt continuously analyzes gameplay and plays the games himself to better understand in-game decisions by the best players in the world.