Watch Fortnite’s New Galaxy Skin in Action | Gaming News

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Without a doubt, one of the more attractive cosmetics in Epic Games' free-to-play title Fortnite Battle Royale is the , with the only way for one to acquire it at the moment being to play the game on either the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 smartphone or the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 tablet. Before getting the skin, though, some might want to see it in on display in actual gameplay, so thankfully, the pro gamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins recently hosted a livestream featuring the Galaxy skin in action.

As seen in Ninja's exclusive Galaxy skin reveal, Fortnite fans can get a look at the pro gamer's character appearing with bright, white colored hair and glowing eyes, and panning around him shows off what appears to be an entire system of innumerable stars and constellations. What's more is that there are blue shooting stars orbiting the Galaxy skin's head, and while players are diving from the Battle Bus, Epic has added an air stream animation representing a boundless string of infinity symbols.

On top of the gorgeous-looking Galaxy skin, Fortnite fans are also treated to Ninja's preternatural prowess in the free-to-play title, as the pro eventually goes on to handily secure a Victory Royale after showing off the new cosmetic to viewers. For those swayed by the Galaxy skin's design, it's worth noting that pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 also come with 15,000 V-Bucks, which could sweeten the pot for those hoping to get the cosmetic.

Beyond the Galaxy skin, Fortnite as a whole's next update won't be long from now, as patch v5.30 is scheduled to occur tomorrow to bring about bug fixes, balance changes, Season 5 Week 7 challenges, and more. Taking all of this into consideration, when comparing Fortnite Battle Royale with all of its most recent adjustments to the original iteration that launched last year, it's remarkable to see just how drastically the overall game has changed while also retaining the core gameplay that made it so popular in the first place.

Fortnite is available now on iOS, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, with an Android beta currently taking place.

Source: Ninja – YouTube

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