How to get Rick from Rick and Morty in Fortnite Chapter 2, season 7

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Fortnite has finally reached its next season, Chapter Two, season seven, and it’s brought plenty of space-themed additions to the island.

One of the most notable additions has been the introduction of Rick Sanchez from the Rick and Morty animated series as a player skin. Along with Rick himself, there are plenty of other additions from the show that players will be able to earn during their time playing this new season.

All of these themed items boast an impressive 2D cartoonish aesthetic that’s similar to the Lexa skin introduced in Fortnite Chapter Two, season five. 

For a lot of fans, getting skins for Rick and Morty is going to be their top priority when hopping into this update. Fortunately, the process of getting these skins is rather simple. But that doesn’t mean it’ll be easy.

How to unlock Rick and Morty skins in Fortnite

As displayed in both of the season’s trailers, Rick Sanchez is now available in Fortnite. And to score this look for yourself, you’ll simply need to work your way through the battle pass.

Using Battle Stars, you can purchase the Rick Sanchez skin from the battle pass. But there are still further editions that can be earned. You can also purchase the Toxic Rick style for the skin that gives the character a familiar green ooze aesthetic like in the episode “Rest and Ricklaxation.”

As of right now, there isn’t a Morty player skin available in the game. But that doesn’t mean the character doesn’t make an appearance.

You can earn the harvesting tool Hammerhead Morty, which, as the name suggests, turns Morty into a hammer. It’s likely that a Morty player skin could be added to the game later in the season, but for now, nothing has been announced.

Along with these two items, there’s a back bling available in the battle pass called Butter Robot and Rick’s UFO cruiser glider to earn.

If you’re a die-hard Rick and Morty fan who’s looking to collect all of the show’s cosmetics that have made their way into the game, there are a few more things to look out for, including loading screens, emotes, stickers, and weapon skins. You can score these by both working through the battle pass or completing challenges throughout the duration of the season.


Ryan Galloway
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