This week, Geralt of Rivia, a main character of the Witcher series, joins the roster of playable skins in Fortnite!
Finally, you can unlock Geralt of Rivia in Fortnite as part of the current season’s Battle Pass as confirmed last week.
Fans of the Doom and The Witcher series have a lot to look forward to in this season of Fortnite.
Moreover, characters from both titles are going to join the game as part of the Gaming Legends series, alongside the release of the Battle Pass video.
How to get Geralt’s in-game skin?
After purchasing the Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1 Battle Pass for 950 V-Bucks, players can unlock the Doom Slayer and Geralt of Rivia skins.
Upon reaching level 26 and completing page six of the Battle Pass, Doom Slayer becomes accessible for use.
However, admirers of Geralt of Rivia had to navigate to a different Battle Pass page to learn when and how they might unlock his Fortnite skin.
Rewards other than the skin
After finishing all five tasks, the Geralt skin unlocks and goes to the player’s inventory the next time they return to the lobby from a match.
Each quest will reward the player with a cosmetic item related to Geralt of Rivia.
There are easier tasks that can be finished simply by playing a few battle royale matches, and there are harder ones that will require the player to put in more time and effort.
Players, for instance, will need to take down the Ageless Champion at the Citadel to complete a specific quest.
The Fortnite community theorized that, like other skins released later in Battle Pass, the Geralt skin and its set will require players to complete a series of tasks.
Moreover, the Tuesday patch made Geralt’s Battle Pass page and quests playable. Fortnite players who want to get their hands on Geralt of Rivia must first finish five separate quests.
There’s still more to come
Three weeks from now, you’ll have access to a previously undisclosed page of cosmetics, where you can purchase a unique appearance for Fortnite’s Geralt skin.
While it may seem frustrating to have to wait three weeks longer to get additional Fortnite goodies, this ensures that there will be more to unlock as the season progresses and that players won’t have to suffer long enough.
Who knows, maybe we’ll get to see a day when you’ll get owned by someone who has a Peter Griffin skin, or so rumors say.