'Fortnite: Battle Royale' gets National Football League uniforms

Marcus Newton
November 8, 2018

NFL fans who fire up a couple rounds of Fortnite: Battle Royale during halftime of Monday Night Football will be able to wear their favorite team's colors next week-virtually, at least.

Fans will have the ability to purchase a jersey of any of the 32 teams, and they can also add a number to it.

"Fortnite" is no stranger to unusual crossovers: past year the game had a special "Avengers: Infinity War" event that let players don the infinity gauntlet and play as Thanos, the movie's villain. The jersey can be purchased using virtual bucks.

We're excited to announce that Fortnite and the NFL are teaming up for the ultimate football face-off.

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This is the first time Epic has partnered to create player outfits for Fortnite.

Fortnite, the homewrecking video game and our preferred way of talking to other people on the phone, is finally adding National Football League uniforms to its lineup of in-game attire available for purchase, providing yet another way for you to help make Fortnite, a free video game, add another billion dollars to its profits.

The cost per jersey will amount to roughly $15 in actual money, so we expect to see a lot more NFL/"Fortnite" crossover this holiday season.

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