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Fortnite Echo Skin


The latest Fortnite skin, Windwalker Echo, may not be as familiar a face as LeBron James or Wonder Woman, but to anyone who saw last year's Unreal Engine 5 reveal trailer, the action hero will be very familiar indeed. The Windwalker Echo skin is now available in the Fortnite Item Shop for a limited time, marking her first public appearance in over a year.




Fortnite Echo Skin



Currently, developers with an Unreal license can develop games using this engine, and some big ones have already begun. Fortnite players can now take part in this by purchasing and using the brand new Windwalker Echo skin. Additionally, the skin is reactive, giving players even more reason to hit up the Item Shop.


The brand new skin hit the Item Shop last night and is currently still available. The skin only costs 800 V-Bucks, making it one of the cheapest reactive skins the game has ever had to offer. The question is, what is reactive about it?


The Fortnite Windwalker Echo skin has tattoos that will illuminate when opening chests. This makes it one of the easiest reactive skins to activate. Instead of doing something that many players don't always do, like getting eliminations or a Victory Royale, this one reacts to something that the majority of players will do in the majority of their matches: opening chests.


Players often go right for a chest when they are landing, and sometimes even determine their landing spot based on the loot there. Opening chests is already a fun part of Fortnite, but with the Fortnite Windwalker Echo skin, it will just be a bit more fun.


Fortnite has added so many people and characters from other franchises and walks of life that it has effectively become a virtual Funko Pop collection. Harley Quinn, Marshmello, Predator, and Lara Croft are just a few of the different people to have received their very own Fortnite skins and accompanying items such as backbling and pickaxes.


Since Windwalker Echo hasn't brought any other items with her to Fortnite, her skin is actually a little cheaper than most others. Just 800 V-Bucks which is a little more than half the regular going rate for big-name arrivals such as Shang-Chi and Wonder Woman. It makes sense that Echo would have a lower price point since, and no offense to the Unreal Engine demo lady, most who come across her in Fortnite's store probably won't know or remember who she is.


Windwalker Echo is an Uncommon Outfit in Fortnite: Battle Royale, that can be purchased in the Item Shop for 800 V-Bucks. She was first released in Chapter 2: Season 7 and is part of the Wind Song Set. The skin can be obtained with V-Bucks from the Item Shop in the usual manner.


Fortnite players can now purchase the brand new Windwalker Echo skin from the item shop where it has rotated back after much contemplation from players who have wanted it since its release. Additionally, the skin is reactive, giving players even more reason to hit up the Item Shop.


This outfit had been popular after its initial release before its re-release in the game, and it is currently available to purchase in the near future from the item shop. The skin has only one selectable style to choose from for now: the Default version.


It was released earlier in the game and was last available almost a week ago. Now that it has rotated back in the item shop, it will go out again as the day entails. Since the skin does not contain any other items like back blings, it is cheaper without the pack.


Last year, Epic Games revealed Unreal Engine 5 with a pretty Tomb Raider-style tech demo, showing a Lara Croft-like lady travelling through some ancient caves and ruins. At the time, I thought: "Ooh, wouldn't it be great to play through that!" Though sadly, it wasn't an actual game. However, you can become the cool, previously unnamed character in Fortnite now, because they've added a skin of her, named Windwalker Echo. Better than her sitting in limbo in a trailer forever, I suppose.


Fortnite has added loads of weird and wonderful skins over the last few years, yet I still find this one a bit stranger than the rest. Like, they've added football kits, loads of Disney crossovers, and even a peeled banana that has bones and not delicious banana fruit underneath. By comparison, adding an explorer-looking person like this is pretty tame.


The Windwalker Echo skin will set you back 800 V-bucks in Fortnite, which you'd need to spend a minimum of 7/$7 to get. According to PC Gamer, her arm tattoos light up when you open chests, similar to what happens when she uses her magic in the tech demo vid.


Also, she has three white circles printed on her chest and both her shoulders. There is a bag on her back fixed with some white straps on her chest. On her legs, she is wearing skinny white trousers with printed black circles and some black straps.


Since there's only the outfit to buy, and no extra pickaxes, back bling, or dances, Windwalker Echo costs just a modest 800 V-bucks. That's about $7 USD if you're wondering, making it one of the cheaper Fortnite skins out there. One cool effect, however, is that Echo's arm tattoos will light up when you're opening loot chests, much like when she activates her magical powers in the original tech demo.


Joseph Knoop is a freelance writer specializing in all things Fortnite at PC Gamer. Master of Creative Codes and Fortnite's weekly missions, Joe's always ready with a scoop on Boba Fett or John Wick or whoever the hell is coming to Fortnite this week. It's with a mix of relief and disappointment that he hasn't yet become a Fortnite skin himself. There's always next season..."}; var triggerHydrate = function() window.sliceComponents.authorBio.hydrate(data, componentContainer); var triggerScriptLoadThenHydrate = function() if (window.sliceComponents.authorBio === undefined) var script = document.createElement('script'); script.src = ' -9-5/authorBio.js'; script.async = true; script.id = 'vanilla-slice-authorBio-component-script'; script.onload = () => window.sliceComponents.authorBio = authorBio; triggerHydrate(); ; document.head.append(script); else triggerHydrate(); if (window.lazyObserveElement) window.lazyObserveElement(componentContainer, triggerScriptLoadThenHydrate, 1500); else console.log('Could not lazy load slice JS for authorBio') } }).catch(err => console.log('Hydration Script has failed for authorBio Slice', err)); }).catch(err => console.log('Externals script failed to load', err));Joseph KnoopSocial Links NavigationJoseph Knoop is a freelance writer specializing in all things Fortnite at PC Gamer. Master of Creative Codes and Fortnite's weekly missions, Joe's always ready with a scoop on Boba Fett or John Wick or whoever the hell is coming to Fortnite this week. It's with a mix of relief and disappointment that he hasn't yet become a Fortnite skin himself. There's always next season...


The Fortnite 12.10 update has arrived, introducing a new wave of skins to pine for. Dataminers have dug through the code and managed to leak skins that will be hitting the Item Shop in the coming days and weeks. There's a fresh array of Back Blings and weapons to collect, including Deadpool's katanas and a pair of fish pickaxes. For those looking to customize their favorite characters in-game, this latest patch is going to make you feel happier than a fish in water.


And speaking of fish, let's take a minute to fully digest the beauty that is Contract Giller. During Season 1, this orange fish-shaped bipedal emerged as one of the top Fortnite skins in the world. Flopping around with that droopy face and racking up Eliminations while doing so offers a joy few other cosmetics can provide. But Epic Games couldn't keep just making skin-color variations for the aquatic ne'er do well, so designers needed to get creative.


Fortnite players can now purchase the brand new Windwalker Echo skin from the item shop, which players who have wanted it since its release have returned after much thought. Additionally, the look is reactive and gives players more reasons to go to the Item Shop.


This outfit was popular after its debut before its re-release in the game and is currently available for purchase from the item shop in the near future. The skin currently has only one selectable style to choose from: Default version.


Well, not exactly a hard-to-get skin as it appears in the item shop often. Many pro players prefer this simple skin. Maybe also because you can present your country and come on - who doesn't like soccer! Epic Games


We don't know why the Echo skins are so popular with the pros. Is it because of their badass look? Or because you can run around as the ultimate duo on the map? Whatever. We all agree that Echo is a pretty nice skin. Epic Games


The OG Fortnitemares skin from Season 1 Chapter 1 often shows a veteran player since the skin has been in the game for so long. It sometimes appears in the item shop during the Halloween season, but not too many players have this skin in their collections. Epic Games


This skin is pretty rare as it comes from the Season 1 Chapter 3 battle pass giving it a degree of old-school prestige. Throw in the dark color pallet and the word elite in its name, gives this skin a legendary status! Epic Games


You could probably guess it already. The superhero skins are the skins that you can customize the most. This got to the point where you could make the skin completely black and become almost invisible in the dark corners of Fortnite. Thankfully, Epic disabled that customization with a patch, but we still feel like these skins and their makeup give you some advantages. And I guess the sweaters feel the same way. If you see a superhero skin, you better get your legs in gear! Epic Games


This skin used to have a legendary status since it was so rare and only available to purchase once, but has lost a bit of stock on the flex market since. The skin has a crazy number of ways to customize, making it one of the best skins to use and a beacon for try-hards alike. Epic Games 041b061a72


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