Fortnite confirmed the release of its annual Fortnite Halloween event with a lot of special attractions. First, Fortnite is hosting its third short film festival known as “Fortnitemares”. The event is scheduled to run till November 1, 2021. Epic Games brings special things during the Halloween events like the Short Nite show. Short Nite’s show focus on spooky animated short films dubbed as “Shortnitemares”.
Shortnitemares follows the previous two Short Nite film festivals held in February. Epic Games is also featuring the Halloween event with new content in the game. The new content includes Halloween-themed weapons, outfits, cosmetics, upgrades, maps, and modes. Developers also brought spooky characters inspired by horror movies. The spooky characters are Frankenstein Monster and The Mummy. After the launch of these Fortnite skins, gamers raised questions about how to get these skins in the game?
Fortnite Halloween Event: Frankenstein Monster Skin
Epic Games released new skins in a bundle. Players can buy the bundle from the in-game store. Players can get both skins and Monsters Set from that bundle. So, it is necessary to collect a lot of V-bucks to buy the Frankenstein skin from the store. The developers are planning to release more legendary monsters and other characters like Rick Grimes from The Walking Dead. The Cubes are working on their ideas, and players need to stop them with a weapon from The Sideways and some returning Halloween tricks which is a limited-time mode.
The company has confirmed that Fortnitemares is going to end with the Battle Royale’s third Short Nite film festival Shortnitemares. In this festival, developers screen horror shots with the help of their creator-made movie theater by Quantum Builds. The festival allows viewers to choose the order of shots or watch them in a loop. Each shot is supposed to have its theater room. Epic Games will share more details about Shortnitemares in the upcoming weeks.
Which aspect of Fortnite’s Fortnitemares are you most excited about (Halloween mini-events, skins, etc.)? Let us know!