All leaked skins and cosmetics from Fortnite v12.60 update - Dexerto

All leaked skins and cosmetics from Fortnite v12.60 update

Published: 20/May/2020 7:45

by Andrew Amos


Fortnite Patch v12.60 is here, and it’s starting to spell the end of Season 12. Cosmetics-wise, this patch is a bit lighter than previous ones, with only a few new skins coming.

Quality over quantity is probably the story of Fortnite v12.60 in terms of cosmetics. While there’s only a handful of new skins, pickaxes, gliders, and wraps coming in the update, some of them are bound to get players excited.

From a new Recon Expert style, to hints towards the end of Season 12, this patch certainly delivers in teasing what Fortnite players can expect over the coming weeks.

Fortnite v12.60 leaked skins

In the skins department, only a couple of new cosmetics are hitting the Fortnite Item Shop. The Renegade Shadow and Shimmer Specialist are being added as part of the Lone Shadow and Fab Force sets respectively.

The Renegade Shadow comes in four different monochrome styles, each with a different kind of headdress ⁠— from nothing at all, to glasses and a balaclava. The Shimmer Specialist lives up to her name, popping out at players with metallic trim on her jacket and bright pink stockings.

10 new styles are also being added for pre-existing skins. Six skins in the Slurp set are getting “Base” styles, while Siren and Wolf are getting Noir cosmetics. The most interesting of them all is the Recon Expert no hat style, which has got plenty of players in a tizzy.

Fortnite v12.60 leaked pickaxes and gliders

Only the Renegade Shadow is getting an accompanying pickaxe and glider in Fortnite Patch 12.60. Players will be able to pick up the Shadow Stalker glider and the Steel Shadow pickaxe to match their new skin.

Fortnite v12.60 leaked wraps and loading screens

Three new wraps are coming in Fortnite’s latest update. The Camo Pulse features a fluro orange base with blue accents, while the Spectral Flex has a green rock pattern throughout.

You can finish off your Renegade Shadow set with the Shadow Seal wrap too, donning your weapons in black with a skull on the body.

Two new loading screens have also been added that point towards an explosive end to Chapter 2: Season 2.

A “Storm The Agency” loading screen with the caption “the winds of change are blowing” has dropped, which has piqued players’ interests just a few weeks out from the season finale.

Outside of this, a handful of new backblings have been added, and a new Tiny emote is also on the way. Be sure to stick with Dexerto for all the coverage you need for Fortnite Patch 12.60.


Ninja, TheGrefg, Loserfruit & Lachlan assemble for historic Fortnite Icon stream

Published: 18/Jan/2021 6:38

by Brad Norton


Ninja, Loserfruit, Lachlan, and TheGrefg are the mega popular streamers behind Fortnite’s first batch of Icon Series skins and all four of them just grouped up for a historic livestream.

January 16 marked the reveal of Fortnite’s first Icon Series skin. Ninja kicked things off with the new line of streamer-based skins. Fans had been eager to play as their favorite personalities in-game for years, and the Icon Series would pave the way for just that.

Loserfuit came next in June 2020. Followed by Lachlan in November 2020 and most recently, Grefg in January 2021. With all four now out in the wild, the streamers responsible all joined forces for a history Fortnite session.

Grefg and Ninja were the first two in the lobby.

“It was your free day right?” Grefg asked Ninja, who wasn’t intending to go live on January 17. “Correct,” Ninja responded. “But I couldn’t pass up this opportunity.”

Both Lachlan and Loserfruit had to make some sacrifices for the special moment as well. They were both playing from Australia on 220 ping but were more than happy to do so for the huge occasion.

All four players dropped into their first match wearing their respective Icon Series skins. It marked the first time in Fortnite history that they were all in the same lobby, let alone on the same team.

“Alright guys, this is an ‘iconic’ moment,” Ninja said as all four icons gathered to heal up. “Everyone has their own skin,” Lachlan followed up. “That’s crazy to think about.” 

Collectively the squad boasts over 57 million subscribers on YouTube, with millions more supporting them across Twitch, Twitter, and other platforms. It’s undeniably one of the biggest powerhouse teams to ever drop into a game of Fortnite.

Naturally, their first game together was an emphatic win.

Not only did they get the victory with ease, but they even taunted their final enemy. Boxing the last player in and emoting at the same time to add insult to injury.

Given the time zone differences and the ping difference between them, it’s likely this is a one-off spectacle.

When future Icon Series skins are added, we could see new star-studded quads joining forces. But for now, this will go down as the most iconic Fortnite team yet.