Fortnite LazarBeam "Icon" Skin Coming March 4

LazarBeam is the next skin in Epic's "Icon Series" honoring popular content creators, available March 4.


Update: The LazarBeam Fortnite skin reveal has debuted. You can see pics of the cosmetic below or watch the reveal video for yourself. Like others in the Icon series, the skin is modeled after the real-life streamer Lannan "LazarBeam" Eacott.

According to the reveal and the official press release from Epic Games, the set will be available on March 4 at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET. It comes with the LazarBeam outfit, Lunch Break emote, Ol' Mate Sledgy Pickaxe, and the Baby Gingy Back Bling.

LazarBeam Fortnite skin.
LazarBeam Fortnite skin.

A tournament is also set to take place a day before the skin goes live, on March 3, where players can compete in Duos to unlock the bundle before it's available in the Item Shop. Find out more details from Epic Games.

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Epic Games will be revealing the next in its "Icon Series" of Fortnite skins, which honor popular content creators by modeling them in the cartoon Fortnite style. This time it's LazarBeam's turn, and the streamer is promoting a reveal to take place at 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET today, March 1.

You can view the reveal below when it goes live. As usual we expect the cosmetics to include a skin, emote, and some gear like custom back bling and pickaxe.

The Icon Series began with the mega-popular streamer Ninja, who was modeled with a blend of elements from the real-life streamer Richard Blevins and an actual ninja. Other popular streamers inducted as icons include Loserfruit and Lachlan.

Meanwhile, Fortnite continues to incorporate brands from across the nerd spectrum, having recently added Ripley and a Xenomorph. The game is also getting a crossover with Batman comics, this time with Fortnite codes in the comics themselves that will unlock a special armored Batman skin. Season 6 will likely be beginning later this month.

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