Star Wars crossover adds imperial stormtrooper to Fortnite

The Second Sister wields a red lightsaber but unfortunately Cal can't do the same

The Second Sister wields a red lightsaber but unfortunately Cal can't do the same

It's available now for purchase in the item store. Fallen Order launches today, and if you pick it up from the Epic Games Store, you can get this Stormtrooper outfit for free. Those who own EA's other Star Wars title can get 10% off the new game right now, both on PS4 and Xbox One.

Don't try to get sneaky and buy Fallen Order just to refund it and keep the Fortnite skin, because Epic says you'll lose access to the stormtrooper (or the V-Bucks) as soon as you do.

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This is the skin you're looking for, Star Wars fans. As far as we can tell, there's no new mode to go along with this skin as there has been with previous crossovers.

It's always possible that this is just a taste of things to come.

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Even though The Rise of Skywalker will only arrive in cinemas next month, it seems like Disney has already begun to flex its muscle by releasing quite a number of Star Wars-related content on multiple platforms. Fortnite's newest crossover skin is from the mega-hit sci-fi franchise and it's all about the Empire.

If you want the skin for Fortnite, there are two ways to obtain it.

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