If you’re a fan of the NFL and a fan of “Fortnite,” you’ll be able to marry two of your favorite things this week.
The NFL announced on Monday that it has partnered with Epic Games, makers of “Fortnite,” to offer NFL team outfits in the Battle Royale Item Shop starting on Friday.
From the league’s announcement:
“This unique opportunity will give ‘Fortnite’ players the ability to purchase and customize up to eight outfits representing their favorite NFL teams. In addition to NFL team outfits, there will be football-themed emotes, harvesting tools, gliders, and even a referee outfit, so players can bring their passion for football into Fortnite.
“Once a player owns an NFL team outfit they will be able to choose a uniform from any of the League’s 32 teams and customize the jersey with a number of their choice (1-99). The NFL team outfits will be available as both male and female figures and can be customized with a different team/number each time a player uses the outfit in Fortnite.
“The NFL team outfits will be available in Fortnite’s Battle Royale Item Shop starting November 9 at 7 pm ET.”
It marks the first time Epic has partnered with an outside entity for special outfits.
While “Fortnite” is still incredibly popular, the hype surrounding the game has died down quite a bit over the last six months or so, meaning the league may be a bit behind in joining forces with Epic.
But, hey — if you’ve been itching to have a glider with a Kansas City Chiefs skin as you’re trying to survive, you’re about to be in luck.
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