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What’s In The Fortnite Item Shop – October 30, 2021: Frankenstein’s Bride Skin Debuts

With Halloween coming up this weekend, the Fortnite Item Shop today features the final new skin for October. After a busy run of at least one new skin or style every day this month, the spooky season is set to close out with a classic character reborn in a modern image. Here’s what’s in the Fortnite Item Shop for October 30, 2021.

The marquee new addition is the Frankenstein’s Bride skin, though you may not spot her right away. Instead of her traditional black and white hairdo that would rival Marge Simpson’s beehive in height, the Bride has been reborn as part of a new collaboration between Fortnite and Universal Monsters.

Earlier this week, we shared the reveal of We Will Be Monsters, a new animated limited series starring the famous movie monsters who have each been given complete makeovers to celebrate a more diverse take on the timeless characters. The first episode is already available now within Fortnite’s horror movie festival, Shortnitemares, but you can grab the reborn Bride even if you don’t attend the show. She’ll cost you 1,200 V-Bucks, though contains no additional cosmetics other than an alternate style that allows for her hood to be worn rather than left hanging on her shoulders.

Frankenstein’s Bride is the first of many reimagined movie monsters to hit Fortnite over the next several months.

As future episodes debut in 2022, more reimagined Universal Monsters will hit Fortnite as well, though we don’t yet know exactly how many.

Elsewhere in the shop, you’ll find retro skins like Renegade (Season 1) and Instinct (Season 6), the still-present Fallen Heroes set featuring zombie versions of Fortnite’s customizable superheroes, and plenty more licensed crossovers such as Resident Evil, Ariana Grande, and Dune.

For a complete look at the Item Shop today, catch every single item in this one handy image from iFireMonkey.

Enjoy the final few days of Fortnitemares, then brace for impact as the Cube Queen doesn’t appear to be done causing problems just yet.

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