It has been a wild ride since the reveal of Fortnite's Toona Trouble comic, with fans speculating about a comic Meowcles and a possible Bendy and the Ink Machine tie-in.
In the end, what fans got was a Toon Meowcles bundle featuring Toon Meowcles, a custom emote, accessories, a new loading screen, and new Load-In music.
Here is how to snag Meowcle's new look.
Toon Meowcles Bundle
Fortnite fans can currently snag Toon Meowcles with his Toona Can Back Bling and Squash & Stretch Emote from the in-game Item Shop for 1,400 V-Bucks.
His Ten-Ton Toon-Bells Pickaxe is available for 800 V-Bucks, and the Drop-In Music Pack is 200 V-Bucks.
Players looking to save a bit of V-Buck, and get the bonus Fantastic Cat Loading Screen can grab everything in a bundle for 1,700 V-Bucks, a 700 V-Buck savings.
Toon Meowcles is a very lighthearted skin who looks hilarious on the battlefield.
While it is currently hard to match a Glider with him, he certainly adds a more whimsical feel to Fortnite.
His facial expressions during certain emotes are extra exaggerated, turning even the more serious emote into a cartoon parody.
More Toons on the Way
Toon Meowcles is listed as part of the Inkville Gang set, hinting there may be more Toon skins on the way.
One of the previous hints to his release is in the form of the Battle Pass' Level 91 Spray, KABLAMMO!
The Spray features Toon Meowcles, Toon Peely, and Toon Fishstick in a vintage cartoon rumble
Could this mean that Toon Peely and Toon Fishstick are on the way?
Bendy and the Ink Machine Debunked?
With the release of Toon Meowcles, it seems the rumors of a Bendy and the Ink Machine collaboration are out the window.
Then again, the popularity of the idea may lead to something in the future.
For now, Fortnite fans can be happy with their cartoon cat and his squash and stretch antics.
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