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Who exactly is Beast Boy?

Fortnite Skins Background: Beast Boy

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Who is Beast Boy, anyway? (Credit: Epic Games)

Fortnite's crossovers are going through the roof. More and more new characters from movies, TV, other video games, comics, real-life icons and more are popping up in the game. And in our new weekly series 'Fortnite Skins Background', we want to introduce you to one of these Fortnite characters at a time. Today it's Beast Boy's turn.

Beast Boy is a DC series outfit in Fortnite: Battle Royale. He was first released in Chapter 2, Season 6, and is part of the Teen Titans sets. He is currently available in the item store. Besides, it was also available for free if you signed up for the Teen Titans Cup Competitive Tournament on May 12, 2021.


Fortnite Skins Background: Who Is Beast Boy?

Garfield Mark Logan, better known as Beast Boy, is a fictional superhero who appears in American comics published by DC Comics. He was also published under the pseudonym Changeling. Created by writer Arnold Drake and cartoonist Bob Brown, he is a shapeshifter who has the ability to transform into any animal of his choice. The character first appeared in The Doom Patrol #99 in November 1965 and is usually depicted as a member of the Doom Patrol and the Teen Titans.

Beast Boy has appeared in numerous cartoon TV shows and movies, including as one of the Teen Titans in Cartoon Network's series of the same name.

All Beast Boy Cosmetics

Beast Boy can be purchased in the Item Shop for 1,800 V-Bucks or with the Beast Boy Bundle for 2,000 V-Bucks. These are all the cosmetics in the Teen Titans set:

  • Beast Boy Outfit with three styles
  • Couch-Titan Back Bling
  • BB's Beast Bat Pickaxe
  • Go Ape Emote
Beast Boy Cosmetics
Those are all the Beast Boy cosmetics in Fortnite. (Credit: Epic Games)

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Original article by EarlyGame's Alisa Eiber.