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Samsung asks Fortnite to bring back its rarest skin


Published: 2023-11-06T22:16:28

Update: 2023-11-06T22:16:38

Samsung has asked Epic Games to bring back the rarest skin to Fortnite with the release of Fortnite OG.

Fortnite returned to its roots with the release of Fortnite OG. The 2018 recall features some of the most nostalgic locations on the map and brought back fan-favorite weapons and items.

Enthusiasm for Fortnite OG has been overwhelming as millions of players flocked back to the game with its return. On November 4, the second day of the new update, Fortnite reached a new milestone by reaching more than 44 million concertgoers.

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With the return of Fortnite OG comes the release of the OG Battlepass which includes inspirations from some of the game’s most iconic skins.

Samsung urges Galaxy skin to return to Fortnite

But there is a skin missing in the rewind, it is one of the rarest skins in the game which can only be obtained by purchasing a phone.

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On November 6, the Samsung United Kingdom The Twitter account tagged Epic Games and asked them to bring back the “best skin” in the game.

The skin the Tweet is referring to is the Galaxy skin which was announced in 2018 alongside the release of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy Tab S4.

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To get the skin, players had to purchase the phone or tablet and download Fortnite onto the device. From there, the skin was then transferred to the account linked to the Samsung product.

Since the skin can only be obtained by purchasing a phone, it is the rarest skin in the game. But perhaps with the return of Fortnite OG, another Samsung collaboration could be on the horizon. ‘horizon.



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