What Fortnite Armors are coming to Destiny 2?

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As announced in the Destiny 2 Lightfall Showcase, there is a collaboration happening between Fortnite and Destiny 2. Players can don their characters in Fortnite-themed attire, with one full set of ornaments per class. These ornaments are lighthearted and fun and can be purchased from the Eververse store. Here are the Fortnite armors that are coming to Destiny 2.

All Fortnite armor sets coming to Destiny 2

Warlock set

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This Warlock set of armor is themed after the Drift skin in Fortnite. It costs 2,000 Silver and can be purchased from the Eververse store in the Tower. This ornament set is not designed after the base Drift skin but rather the fully upgraded version of the Legendary skin. This skin portrays the intimidating power of Warlocks and the dangerous knowledge that makes them a force to be reckoned with.

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Hunter Set

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This Hunter set of armor is themed after the Oblivion skin in Fortnite. It also costs 2,000 Silver and can be purchased from the Eververse store in the Tower. Although the Oblivion skin in Fortnite also possesses a gold variant, this Destiny 2 armor is designed after the base version of the Legendary skin. This skin depicts Hunter's suave and nimble style, with a streamlined design and fashionable details.

Titan Set

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This Titan armor set is themed after the Black Knight skin in Fortnite. It costs 2,000 Silver and can be purchased from the Eververse store in the Tower. Although there is a similar skin titled Red Knight, this armor was designed after the Black Knight skin, with a few intricate details added. This skin captures the stalwart nature of Titans, depicting them as noble knights ready to protect the innocent.

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