The Destiny 2 Fortnite armor is here and it’s real, and every class has its own set for you to track down and brag about to your clan. While Lightfall is still on the far horizon, The Witch Queen still has a ton of tricks up its sleeve, and a new season is forthcoming to keep on expanding storylines and season passes while shortening our vault inventory spaces. This guide explains how to get the Fortnite armor sets for the Titan, Warlock, and Hunter classes, as well we what you’ll need to know beforehand.
Destiny 2 Fortnite Armor – How to Get the Fortnite Sets
In order to get the armor sets, you’ll have to purchase them as ornaments in the Eververse store. Sadly, there isn’t any themed event or related activity to get your hands on the outfits, but hey, they’re up for grabs if you have the Silver for them. Alternatively, you can save up your Bright Dust and purchase them throughout the season. According to Today in Destiny, one piece should be available in Week 4, Week 6, Week 8, Week 12, and Week 14. Each one will set you back 1,600 Bright Dust for a total of 8,000 per set, meaning you’d need a whopping 24,000 to unlock all three.
There are three available Fortnite armor sets in Destiny 2, each for one of the three classes. While it seems we’re far away from seeing Marvel or Disney collabs, the sets are surprisingly fitting, and you’re likely to bump into many players wearing them in the weeks to come.
In addition, the collaboration between Bungie and Epic Games also includes the arrival of Zavala, Ikora, and Exo Stranger as Fortnite Destiny 2 skins, if you can believe it. Each of the outfits includes its own sparrow, pickaxe (from the Crown-Splitter to the Black Talon), and of course a Ghost. There is also a cool emote to purchase separately. Oh, and looking away from these games, there are skins coming to Fall Guys. Also, if you’re interested in playing Destiny 2 via the Epic Games Store, you can do that starting today, while also getting the 30th Anniversary DLC as a welcoming gift for free. It truly is a big collaboration all things considered, and regardless of which game is of your preference, there is something for everybody.
That’s all you need to know about the Destiny 2 Fortnite armor sets! Best of luck getting your hands on them. Honestly, as a Warlock main, the armor looks quite interesting and I’m tempted to use it in full or complement it with other pieces. But at the very least I know that the helmet is staying on for the foreseeable future. If I still had an active Titan, that armor would look great on them as well.
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