The official Fortnite 2018 Christmas jumpers have been announced

Ross Deason

When you think of video game merchandise, your first though probably isn’t of a classic ‘ugly Christmas jumper’, but that’s exactly what you’re getting with the latest officially licensed Fortnite merch.

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That’s right, Merchoid have just released four new ‘Fortnite Christmas Sweaters’ for pre-order that are knitted with designs that are instantly recognizable for fans of the Epic Games title.

“Don’t know your Floss from your Fresh? Thankfully, Merchoid have you covered this year with a new range of Fortnite 100% knitted Christmas sweaters! Ranging from youth to adult sizes in a variety of designs, there’s something here for everyone this holiday season!” say Merchoid.

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Christmas jumpers aren’t for everyone, but if you feel comfortable walking around in something that will cause just about everybody you walk past in the street make a double take, these might be perfect for you!

The four Fortnite Christmas Sweater designs, which are available in a range of sizes from youth to adult, can be seen below.

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The designs are called:

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  • Flossin’ Around the Xmas Tree
  • And A Llama In A Pear Tree
  • Merry Marauder
  • Have A Bear-y, Merry Xmas

Fortnite Battle Royale took the world by storm in the first half of 2018 and the cultural phenomenon shows no sign of slowing down as the year draws to an end.

With people from all walks of life getting hooked on the game, you can bet your bottom dollar that you won’t be able to go anywhere in a Fortnite Christmas Sweater without someone pointing or insisting on having a picture with you.

You can get your hands on one of the products for £39.99.

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Ross is a former Dexerto writer and editor. Ross joined Dexerto in 2017 as a CSGO and Call of Duty writer after completing his History degree. He later became the Acting Head of Editorial at Dexerto but failed in his mission to become a Counter-Strike pro. Maybe it's time to retire and give Valorant a try.