- In honor of Super Bowl LIII, “Fortnite” is bringing back jersey outfits for all 32 NFL teams.
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- To celebrate Super Bowl LIII, “Fortnite” will bring back its NFL jersey outfits.
- “Fortnite” first partnered with the National Football League to add jerseys for all 32 teams in November 2018.
- Players can choose their gender, favorite team, and any number between 1 and 99.
“Fortnite” will bring back its series of NFL Jersey outfits to celebrate Super Bowl LIII this weekend.
The outfits will be made available starting tomorrow, February 1st, at 7 p.m. ET. The game first partnered with the National Football League in November 2018 to produce costumes for all 32 NFL teams.
Both male and female characters will be able to select the outfit from the team of their choosing, with a number between 1 and 99. The update will let players choose white jersey variations for each team.
There will also be a new limited-time mode called NFL Rumble that will parody Super Bowl LIII by pitting 20 players dressed as New England Patriots against 20 players dressed as the Los Angeles Rams.
“Fortnite” is no stranger to pop culture crossovers: Last year the game had a special “Avengers: Infinity War” event that let players don the infinity gauntlet and play as Thanos, the movie’s villain.
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