More Rick And Morty Themed Skins May Come To Fortnite

Fans were really elated after seeing the Rick and Morty collaboration in Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 7. Although you have to work a lot to get the Rick Sanchez Fortnite skin, it's worth the grind.

That being said, there's a possibility that we may get more Rick and Morty themed skins over the course of this season.

Epic Games loves teasing upcoming cosmetics within the game itself. And individuals have stumbled across some evidence that could possibly hint at some upcoming skins.

Will we get any new Rick and Morty themed skins in this season?

According to popular Fortnite data miner Hypex, the Mr. Nimbus skin and Summer skin may be on the cards.

There are a few props that were seen with these two characters in the Rick and Morty Season 5 trailer. Those props were also seen inside the underground complex in Fortnite.

Although there has been no official confirmation yet, these two skins may come to be a reality in Fortnite soon enough. It's just been a week since the season has gone live, so there's a lot of time left and a lot of things can happen.

That being said, the Mr. Nimbus and Summer skins are fine, but the lack of Pickle Rick is highly depressing. I would trade these two skins for Pickle Rick any day.

Either way, there are a lot of secret compartments in the battle pass that haven't been unlocked yet, so Pickle Rick could also be on the cards.

Now that Epic Games has breached this wall as well, could we see more cartoon collaborations in the game? I, for one, would love to see a Scooby Doo collaboration in Fortnite. I'm pretty sure everyone would love to hunt aliens as Shaggy!

Everything said and done, I wonder what happened to the Peter Griffin collaboration that was on the cards. We've been hearing about it since Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 5, but sadly we haven't seen it come to life yet. I'd be very sad if they cancelled it to be honest.

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