Becky Lynch & Bianca Belair Now Playable In Fortnite

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WWE Fans can now rumble into a new world with two of WWE’s biggest names – Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair – available in Fortnite.

Last week news broke that two former Women’s Champions have been added as playable skins in the new edition of one of the most popular game franchises.

Epic Games announced that the Fourth Chapter of the hugely successful game Fortnite will be released on August 25th.

Over the last six years since it was first released in 2017, Fortnite has been seen to change the computer game industry with its live-service model ensuring it was an instant success.

WWE is enjoying its greatest level of success and popularity since the Attitude Era, with viewing figures, merchandise sales, and event revenue all rising in 2023.

With the company at its hottest since the early noughties, it is no surprise to see brands looking to partner up which has led to Epic Games adding two new skins to Fortnite in the shape of Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair.

The news was shared on the Fortnite Game social media channels which included an animated Becky Lynch holding up a WWE Women’s Championship.

By offering fans the opportunity to play Fortnite as The Man or The EST of WWE, Epic Games hope to entice the WWE Universe into purchasing the Fourth Chapter on its release.

Epic Games have released a list of options players can purchase to enhance their time playing as a former WWE Women’s Champion:

Becky Lynch & Bianca Belair Bundle (all cosmetics): 2.400 V-Bucks
Bianca Belair Skin: 1.500 V-Bucks
Becky Lynch Skin: 1.600 V-Bucks
Toughest Shield Back Bling (available with the Bianca Belair Skin)
Disarm-Her Shield Back Bling (available with the Becky Lynch Skin)
Superstar Celebration Emote: 300 V-Bucks
K.O.D. Hammer Harvesting Tool: 800 V-Bucks
Disarm-Her Blade Harvesting Tool (available with the Becky Lynch Skin)

New Streak For The Undertaker As Dead Man Dominates Game World

With Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair exploring worlds away from the ring, WWE continues to have success with its annual 2k release.

Earlier this year it was discovered that WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker leads the way for most computer game appearances, as his long career in WWE has seen The Dead Man used in over 60 games starting in 1992 when he debuted in WWE Super WrestleMania.

Other Superstars with a leading number of appearances include Edge who bid farewell to WWE during an emotional Smackdown last Friday in Toronto which saw the Rated R Superstar defeated Sheamus with his family watching on.