Fortnite is an action-packed battle royale game from Epic Games. It is one of the most popular games out there right now even after years of its release. One of the reasons for its popularity is the continuous collaborations it does with other popular franchises. Fortnite has already collaborated with Dragon Ball once and this is the second time they are collaborating. Last time Fortnite players could get Goku’s skin and bundle and this time around they can get the bundle and skin of Son Gohan.
Son Gohan in Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1
The second collaboration with Dragon Ball has been introduced in the game along with the update v23.30. The first time around Goku was the main attraction of the update and this time around his successor is none other than his son Gohan. The new update introduces five new Reality Augments and has also brought back fan favorites like the Kamehameha, Nimbus Cloud, and Dragon Ball Adventure Island.
Son Gohan will be available to be purchased by the players both as an individual outfit or a bundle that packs everything in it. It will include an outfit, a back bling, a pickaxe, and a glider. All of these can be acquired by the players by spending different quantities of V-Bucks respectively.
How to get the Son Gohan Skin in Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1
The Son Gohan skin is available both as an individual skin and a whole bundle along with its Son Gohan-themed components in the Fortnite Shop. Players can just buy the Son Gohan skin from the shop for 1800 V-Bucks. Along with the skin, the players will also gain the Super Saiyan style, Charging Up emote, and Gohan’s Cape back bling.
For 2200 V-Bucks, players can buy the whole Son Gohan bundle altogether. The bundle will include all the assets players will get by buying just the skin alone along with the addition of new items. The items will be Capsule No. 576 glider, the Gohan and Piccolo loading screen, and Gohan’s Beast Axe.
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