Now you can purchase Brie Larson’s Fortnite loadout • Eurogamer.web


And it is not Captain Marvel.

You may, in fact, be Captain Marvel in Fortnite – however that is not who Brie Larson picked for her new purchasable locker loadout.

Quite the opposite, Brie Larson is clearly somebody with style in the case of Fortnite characters – and so she picked her favorite pores and skin, Bushranger, to be supplied in a cut-price bundle with an array of related equipment.

Bushranger, a sort of anthropomorphic shrub with types for each season, has additionally obtained a further in-game fashion. It has been designed particularly for Brie Larson in honour of her Fortnite squad really being named the Bush Infants. Brie Larson actually does love Bushranger.

Element on the brand new fashion features a Bush Infants necklace and a string of mushrooms – IRL, Brie Larson additionally actually loves mushrooms.

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You probably have Bushranger already – which when you play Fortnite you actually ought to – you will get the brand new in-game fashion totally free. And if you have already got components of his new bundle, the entire thing could also be near free to get the remaining.

Bushranger. Not Brie Larson.

As ever, there’s loads occurring in Fortnite land. Horizon Zero Daybreak’s Aloy turns up tonight, with the horrifying Princess Fishstick shut behind. This week’s 16.20 replace additionally introduced new weapons and “Chonkers” car tyres, which you’ll be able to both throw onto vehicles to take them off-road or throw at enemies to make them bounce away. Oh and Sony simply gave Epic one other $200m to remain finest mates, as Epic Video games continues its path to the metaverse.

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