Acquiring the free skins is exactly the same as fortnite items for sale's been in the past: all you have to do is head over to the PlayStation store and recover them. So long as you have a Fortnite account tied to the account you used to retrieve the skins, then they will appear in-game. That is great news, because said skins are not restricted from being used on other consoles. The catch, of course, is you have to be a PS+ subscriber, but many of you likely are anyway.
The skin is pretty simple, though that's not a bad thing. It's called"Prodigy", and it is a type of 80's movie interpretation of, I don't understand, someone who's good at mathematics. There is a female version too, which will likely show up in the item shop soon enough. The insect chunky glasses with all the dog tags still dangling beneath the bandanna really are a nice touch.
You also receive that the tabulator back bling, which I haven't had a chance to play with yet. Nonetheless, it appears to be like the A.I.M. back bling, which counts your in-game eliminations, allowing you to wear your present score with pride into you're inevitably outbuilt and stomped to the ground. Epic is playing around with responsive skins and other makeup nowadays, and this is a rather simple feature that's fun to have in the game.
That is all for now: Epic is currently gearing up to its 14 Days of Fortnite, which begins tomorrow and includes a rotation of classic Restricted Time Modes in addition to some free challenges and loot. Stay tuned because we see what is up.