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Fortnite Battle Royale • Jan 08, 2019

When will the Fortnite Deadfire skin bug be fixed?

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When will the Fortnite Deadfire skin bug be fixed?

Epic Games has announced many bug fixes in recent weeks, but many players are still bemused as to why their Deadfire skin has seemingly changed and nothing has been done about it. 

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Many paying customers have purchased the reactive outfit skin, which would previously change colors, for 2,000 V-Bucks from the Item Shop. 

But now, they're wondering whether or not there was any point in buying it, after realizing that the color changing feature they paid for has actually been removed.

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The issue has been around for a few weeks now and disgruntled customers have been posting about it on the Fortnite BR subreddit, expressing their concerns. 

"So, I spent 2000 V-Bbucks back in October for the Deadfire skin because I loved how the skin evolves into the ghost form, however, it no longer changes colors! I really hope this is a bug and not on purpose" said user Memeist1. 

Other fans, though, have went a step further and think that Epic should be either looking to fix it as soon as possible, or take other measures. 

Another look at the Fortnite Deadfire skin people paid for, with changing colors.

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"This should really be addressed by now" Mayo-over-miracle posted to the same thread. "I paid money for a product. And, suddenly the product is altered making it way worse. Bug or not, fix it or refund my money Epic."

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With changes on the horizon, as the third v7.10 content update is on the way, many gamers will be expecting the developer to fix this issue as soon as possible. 

However, there has been no official word from Epic about this issue - specifically - as of this time, leaving many fans questioning whether this is a bug or an intentional change to the skin.