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Fortnite gets Red-Nosed Ranger and Candy Cane Wrap as new Christmas cosmetics

This is the first Wrap in the Item Shop.

Tyler Rake Dec 19, 2018 4:58 am

Fortnite: Battle Royale just got the Candy Cane Wrap as its first purchasable weapon and vehicle skin. It debuted in the Item Shop last night along with the outfits Red-Nosed Raider and Ranger and the candy cane pickaxe Candy Axe.

Players can buy the uncommon Wrap Candy Cane for 300 V-Bucks. At time of writing, there were about 12 hours left until this item rotated out of the Item Shop. Other Wraps are only available by leveling up the season seven Battle Pass, and developer Epic Games has yet to reveal if more Wraps will come to the Item Shop or as part of the daily rewards of the new Christmas event 14 Days of Fortnite.

Related: All Wraps available in Fortnite: Battle Royale

This new Wrap makes all your weapons and vehicle look like a threatening candy cane. As with every other item of this category, players can choose which weapon class will show it once they get that weapon.

The Candy Cane Wrap and the Red-Nosed skins are part of the new holiday-themed items Epic Games announced yesterday they would bring to Battle Royale until the end of the year. Players who own skins from last year already got new styles and back blings after the 7.10 update went live yesterday, and those who still want to buy them might have the change in the next couple of days when the Item Shop cosmetics rotate.

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