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Street Fighter Cammy, Chun-Li, Ryu, and Guile Skins Return in Fortnite

Street Fighter Fortnite Skins

Street Fighter skins of Cammy, Chun-Li, Ryu, and Guile have returned in Fortnite. The skins are available to obtain for a limited period of time, with each skin including one different style that changes the appearance of the skin. In the case of Ryu, for example, it switches between his classic appearance and his appearance in Street Fighter V. The Street Fighter skins of Chun-Li, Ryu, Guile, and Cammy in Fortnite are available to obtain individually for 1,600 V-Bucks, which translates to roughly $15. However, the skins are available to purchase as a bundle for a higher price.

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In addition to the skins, other cosmetic items are also available for purchase. These include special themed pickaxes, gliders, and back bling. Furthermore, the skins will come with unique built-in emotes specific to each individual character.

Alongside the return of these Street Fighter skins, Sakura and Blanka are available to obtain as skins in Fortnite. Like the Ryu, Chun-Li, Cammy, and Guile skins, they are available to obtain for a limited period of time. This means that they will disappear after a set number of days. However, there is a chance that they will appear again in the future. Like the previous packs, themed pickaxes and accessories have appeared as part of the crossover.

Fortnite is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, Android devices through the Epic Games app, and PC through the Epic Games Store.

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