How to get the John Cena skin in Fortnite
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There is a long list of celebrities and famous personalities to arrive in Fortnite as unique skins. From the ICON Series skins, which include the likes of LeBron James and Ariana Grande, to superhero skins such as Spider-Man and Doctor Strange, players have their pick of famous skins in Fortnite. As one would expect, though, Epic Games is nowhere near done introducing these skins to the game. Announced earlier this week, the developers revealed that John Cena, current WWE superstar, is arriving in Fortnite as a purchasable skin.

This release is a part of a collaboration between Epic Games and the WWE. The collaboration is called the “Epic Summerslam” in Fortnite and could introduce more WWE stars as summer goes on. The Epic Summerslam will also introduce WWE cosmetics into Rocket League and Fall Guys as well.

John Cena is known by many as a world champion wrestler, but he’s also known as a famous actor. Cena is considered one of the best wrestlers of all time and he’s still going strong in the WWE today. However, Cena seemingly hasn’t conquered enough in his time, as he now enters Fortnite, complete with two skins and a flurry of other cosmetics.

Getting John Cena in Fortnite

The John Cena cosmetics release in Fortnite on July 28 at 8 p.m. ET. The entire cosmetic lineup consists of one skin with two different styles, a back bling, pickaxe, and emote. The names for the cosmetics are viewable below.

  • John Cena Outfit (Jorts & Never Give Up shirt styles)
  • WWE Championship Back Bling
  • Five Digit Slapper Pickaxe
  • U Can’t C Me Emote with John Cena’s intro music

All of these cosmetics are wrapped into one bundle, so fans only have to pay one price for the lot. The price for the bundle hasn’t been revealed yet, but fans can expect it to come around 2,500 V-Bucks.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.