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Fortnite Street Fighter Collab Will Add Cammy and Guile Outfits

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Cammy Fortnite

Cammy and Guile from Street Fighter are coming to Fortnite in an upcoming collaboration on August 7, 2021. The collaboration will add two outfits for each character, in addition to a new loading screen, gear, and back bling. Additionally, Epic Games will hold a special Cammy Cup tournament event starting August 5, 2021, where players can unlock Cammy’s outfit early.

Guile’s default outfit is based on his appearance in Street Fighter II, and a special beach-themed “Glistening Guile” outfit is also included. The second variant features the Airman in a tank top and swim trunks combo, sporting aviators and a lifeguard’s whistle instead of his dog tags. Guile will also come with a special “K.O.” back bling. Similarly, Cammy will come with her classic outfit in addition to a “Tactical Cammy” variant that features a cropped top and tactical camo pants. She also comes with a Borealis Backer Back Bling.

Players who purchase the Cammy & Guile Gear Bundle will also unlock a “Knuckle Buster” Pickaxe for Guile and “Delta Red Bowie Blade” pickaxe for Cammy. Furthermore, it also includes a special V-Trigger Vector Glider that is reportedly inspired by the jet fighter on Guile’s stage.

Finally, the Cammy Cup will run from August 5 and will pit teams of two against each other in a max of ten games. The tournament will last for three hours in each region. Fortnite players who earn up to 42 points will receive the classic Cammy skin and Borealis Bling early, and those who earn 8 points will receive the new loading screen.

You can check out the official outfits, gear, and loading screens below:

The Street Fighter collaboration Fortnite event will bring the new Cammy and Guile outfits to the in-game Item Shop starting August 7, 2021. The Cammy Cup tournament will start on August 5, 2021.

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