Having a rare Fortnite skin is one of the best ways to flex on other players. Some skins are only around for a very limited time, so you need to grab them before they disappear for good. One such case is the Major Mancake skin, which is becoming increasingly uncommon among Battle Bus passengers. Interestingly, the only way to get it is by playing Fall Guys. Here’s how to get the Fortnite Major Mancake skin!
How to Get the Major Mancake Skin in Fortnite
To get the Major Mancake skin in Fortnite, you need to complete objectives within Fall Guys. Now the party game is free-to-play and multiplatform, Epic Games is doing this to promote it within Fortnite. The objectives focus on playing rounds within shows, with five different objectives stacking on top of one another.
Luckily, they are fairly straightforward. The first objective tasks you with playing ten rounds, which stacks until you reach 100 rounds played. Of course, this will take quite a long time to complete, but it doesn’t require you to win them to count. Therefore, all you have to do is play as much Fall Guys as you possibly can. The promotion runs until July 11, so you’ve still got over a week to complete the tasks.
Provided you have the same Epic Games account linked to both Fortnite and Fall Guys, the Major Mancake skin should appear in your locker once the objectives are completed. Equally, you should note that for PC players, only the Epic Games Store version of Fall Guys will contribute to progress, not the Steam version. Therefore, you’ll need to either migrate your save over before starting the challenge, or begin from square one.
Therefore, getting the Major Mancake skin in Fortnite isn’t the easiest process. It’ll require a few days of total dedication to Fall Guys, but the reward is more than worth it. You’ll end up with an ultra-rare skin in your locker!
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Luke Hinton is a freelance culture journalist living in Cardiff, Wales. He graduated from Cardiff University with a degree in Journalism, Media and Communications, and currently balances his freelancing work with postgraduate studies. He specialises in film, TV and entertainment writing.