Saints offer sneak peak at Fortnite content – (Saints Wire) Saints News

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The NFL is partnering with Fortnite, the wildly-popular massive multiplayer game earning coverage on ESPN. Beginning Friday, Nov. 9 at 6 p.m., fans of all 32 NFL teams will be able to purchase custom NFL uniforms for their avatars to wear on the game’s battlefield. The Saints revealed a look at how the black and gold will look in the game earlier Friday afternoon:

This will be welcome news to many NFL players, who will surely start repping their own jerseys as soon as possible. Several Saints players took part in a Pro vs. G.I. Joe Fortnite tournament earlier this week on their day off (Nov. 6), competing with active duty military members for charity. Saints defense end Cameorn Jordan, running back Boston Scott, and linebacker Vince Biegel were among those participating.

Fortnite players will be able to grab their favorite team’s uniform on the PlayStation Network and XBox Marketplace for 1,500 in-game credits, which comes up to about $15. Per the official release, players will be able to switch between any team and customize their jersey numbers.

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