New Fortnite Leak Reveals Deadpool Back Bling

Fortnite Season 2 is poised to add a Deadpool skin to the game. When this will happen, hasn't been divulged, but it should be any week now. That said, the back bling that will accompany the skin has leaked, revealing that in addition to the skin, players will be able to cop the character's katana blades and wear them on their back. Of course, they aren't the most iconic superhero weapons. In fact, Deadpool uses plenty of weapons that aren't his trusty katanas, but if you were going to add a Deadpool weapon as the skin's back bling, they would be the ones you'd probably choose.

The leak comes way of the game's files, which dataminers have been digging through. In these files are assets for the new backbling, which will presumably be free to anyone who cops the skin. You can see the item for yourself, below, courtesy of Fortnite leaker HypeX.

As you would expect, players of the PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, and mobile battle royale game are excited about the prospect of running around the free-to-play game with the weapons.


Fortnite is available for PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices. At the moment of publishing, there's been no word of any next-gen ports. That said, plenty of games have been confirmed for the PS5 so far, all of which you can read about right HERE.

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