How to Get the TheGrefg Skin in Fortnite

Jayita T
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Fornite is a mass multiplayer battle royale game published by Epic Games where players can form co-ops or fight solo against other players using a variety of combat methods. Players have the freedom to use skins in the game to customize their characters and stand out in gameplay. While some of these are paid items, they can be pretty affordable, and you can spend a couple thousand V-Bucks to get them. This guide will take you through the process of how to get the TheGrefg Skin in Fortnite.

Where to Get the TheGrefg skin in Fortnite

You might know TheGrefg the Spanish content creator, whose real name is David Cánovas Martínez, as he’s one of the top followed channels on Twitch. Recently, arising from a collaboration with Epic Games, TheGrefg now has his own skin in Fortnite. This is great news for fans of TheGrefg who watch his Fortnite streams.

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TheGrefg presently holds the number eight spot for the most followed channel on Twitch, so it’s no wonder that the devs decided to give him his very own skin in the game, something that mimics his appearance and personality. The skin depicts the creator shirtless, wearing red and yellow pants. It reacts to kills by turning the skin red and the eyes yellow. There is also a back bling called the Ball of Power, which comes with the TheGrefg skin, and the skin reacts by turning from black to red when it is equipped.

This is a limited edition item, much like the Zoe Clash skin, so make sure to visit the shop to get the chance to purchase it. To get this item in Fortnite, you will need to shell out 1,500 V-Bucks, but you can also purchase it in a bundle along with his harvesting tool, the Staff of Control, and emote Controller Crew for only 300 more—which comes down to 1,800 V-bucks. You will basically get the harvesting tool that normally costs 800 V-Bucks, for free, since the emote itself costs 300 V-Bucks.

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