Like most Fortnite skins, the cost for a Predator skin is anyone's guess. Typically, new skins can cost anywhere from 1,200 to 2,000 V-Bucks. This price may be the result of how the First Access Tech Demo Game is shaping out, or simply the general chaos, which may include other skins and seasonal events.

Some examples of skins that have been showcased are:




Center Axe

"Phil Spencer said that skins are going to be free and that they're going to be out relatively quickly. We have not released a business plan yet for how it's going to work, like how much pricing is going to be, how it's going to work in terms of freemium/paid promo and all that. When we do we will definitely share with you more."

Trevor Noah said at TGS that he was "going to reiterate that there's going to be 2,000 zombies right off the bat" when the mode is released. This has led to concern that people will likely complain about price of skins and therefore give up the game once it launches. The massively popular Youtube personality explicitly said he wants players to support the game and "like" it, meaning he wants his viewers to purchase skins.

Some players, with huge subscriber counts on their Youtube channels, have suggested that the skin game may have been planted codenamed with names such as "Venom" or "Plague." They have claimed that a video that showed an integrated system for rigging zombies to charge in quick succession was set up using scripts "the media was not aware of."

Who is The Predator And What Is His Skill Set?

As revealed in previous Dragon Age and Assassin's Creed announcements, the developer made a bold choice to place the model of a male Predator on Microsoft's Xbox One in December. When asked for a commentary of what the Predator is doing within the game, Justin Kloran, Senior Designer at Splash Damage, has divulged a bit more.

When asked if the Pred was a disrespectful tease in terms of casino and speakeasy settings, Kloran said,

"Maybe he should have known better, just like when FFXIV came out, I wanted to make sure people knew that there's a close familial connection between the French and English ruling families. However the Rapilard was able to merge his bloodline with the French after all, and he's essentially a descendant of the famous Casanova Ercole, so its not as ludicrous as it sounds. The thing about Assassin's Creed is its own heritage since its very origins: it