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How to get Fortnite’s free Kurohomura Battle Breakers skin

by Matt Porter

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Epic Games have continued to promote their new RPG title Battle Breakers in Fortnite, offering those who try out their latest offering another free skin for the game’s Save the World mode.

Just like Fortnite, Battle Breakers is a free-to-play game, so there’s no upfront cost to trying it out, and with that in mind, Epic Games are encouraging players to try out the role-playing game, in hopes that it will be able to cultivate a rabid fanbase too.

Epic Games have already offered players a free Save the World skin in the form of Razor, but those who are grinding their way through Battle Breakers can now get their hands on another brand-new character from the game to use in Fortnite.

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Epic Games
Battle Breakers is the newest game released by Epic Games.

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How to get Kurohomura skin in Fortnite

To get your hands on the Kurohomura skin, players will need to do some serious grinding on Battle Breakers, with plenty of bosses to take on and defeat in combat if you want to rock the special look in Save the World.

Playing the game and destroying these enemy bosses will reward players with XP, and once players reach the in-game milestone of Level 50, they will be gifted with the Kurohomura skin from Battle Breakers in an effort to convince players to give the new game a chance.

Once you have reached the magical Level 50, you won’t need to do anything on Fortnite, as the skin will appear in your inventory thanks to your Epic Games account, which you need to play Battle Breakers.

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Epic Games
Players need to reach Level 50 in Battle Breakers.

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Will Kurohomura appear in Fortnite Battle Royale?

Epic Games have yet to officially confirm that we will see Kurohomura in the game’s Battle Royale mode, however, leaks suggest that the menacing figure will be making an appearance alongside Razor in the in-game store sooner rather than later.

While sifting through the cosmetics from the v11.20 update, data miners found the character in files specifically for the popular mode, indicating that they are intended to be added to Battle Royale in the future.

Whether they will be free like their Save the World counterparts, or will cost players money remains to be seen, but we’ll be sure to keep this post updated as new information becomes available.