Fortnite‘s Season 4 is now in full swing, and many fans of Epic Games’ wildly popular sandbox survival title are doing their best to experience all of the content that the free-to-play Battle Royale portion has to offer. Speaking of which, the development team behind the release has now decided to give players a look at what the new Carbide skin will look like once they’ve completely upgraded the outfit in the game.
As seen in the tweet below, Epic Games shows off the progression of the different styles for the Carbide skin until it’s fully upgraded to look like a cross between a set of Mass Effect‘s standard N7 armor and Tony Stark’s Mark V Iron Man suit. In order for fans to acquire the final form of the Carbide skin, they will need to play Fortnite on the regular so as to increase their season levels and unlock all of the different appearances for the suit.
You can upgrade the Carbide outfit? Yeah… yeah you can!
Play to increase your season level and unlock all new appearances. Included in Battle Pass Season 4. pic.twitter.com/Lun0huByHn
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) May 10, 2018
In addition to the Carbide gear, Fortnite has plenty of other exciting additions occurring at the moment, as Epic Games recently teamed up with Marvel to bolster Season 4’s superhero theme with a limited time addition called the Infinity Gauntlet mode. In it, players are able to wield the titular glove from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and turn into the villain Thanos to wreak havoc upon anyone who stands in their way.
As far as the future of Fortnite‘s content is concerned, a recent theory has been circulating online in relation to the fresh discovery of an indestructible hatch in Wailing Woods, which suggests that Epic Games could be planning a Lost crossover. Should this be the case, perhaps the developer will eventually add some new skins – much like it has with the Carbide outfit’s reflection of Season 4’s theme – that are inspired by the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 from the aforementioned TV show.
Fortnite is available now in early access for iOS, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Source: Fortnite – Twitter