Fortnite Winterfest Will Be Bringing Back This Jujutsu Kaisen But It Comes With a Catch!

Published 12/16/2023, 8:25 PM EST

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When it comes to video game collaborations, no other game does it like Fortnite does. Over the years, Fortnite has become a huge part of today’s pop culture as it is always involving celebrities and big brands with the game. From collaborations with musicians to bringing in Naruto and Attack on Titan outfits, Epic has always been ahead of the rest when it comes to collaborations.

Although Fortnite has already collaborated with the Jujutsu Kaisen franchise, there has been some exciting news that has surfaced. iFireMonkey, a popular source for Fortnite news on Twitter, shared details on what fans can expect coming for WinterFest 2023.

Fortnite set to bring back Jujitsu Kaisen outfits for Winterfest


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Winterfest 2023 began in Fortnite with update v28.01 on December 14, 2023. The event is set to run from December 14, 2023, at 9 AM ET to January 2, 2024, at 9 AM ET. During the event, players can expect 14 free gifts, including two new outfits. While there is way more planned for the Winterfest, most fans are hyped about Yuji Itadori being available for purchase in the in-game Item Shop.

In addition to the normal Yuji outfit in the game, there is a Streetwear version is an alternate skin or cosmetic appearance for the character. But the catch is that this Streetwear version will not be available in the Item Shop for this event.


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The Jujutsu Kaisen skins—Satoru Gojo, Megumi Fushiguro, Nobara Kugisaki, Streetwear Yuji Itadori, and Yuji Itadori—vary in price and can be purchased from the Item Shop or as part of discounted bundles.

Previously players could unlock these skins by completing Jujutsu Kaisen quests and accumulating Cursed Energy. It is unsure how Epic will go about unlocking the skins in the game this time, or if players will need to do any quests at all.

The Winterfest is packed with many fun features that players can experience while we approach the end of the year. Along with Jujutsu Kaisen outfits, players will get to see many more features in Fortnite.

Everything you need to know about the Winterfest in Fortnite

Epic Games has planned the end of the year in Fortnite to be a blast for players. The Winterfest introduces Holiday Boxy and Winterfest Bushranger Outfits, both with a LEGO Style. These outfits can be obtained by collecting gifts from the Quests tab each day.

Winterfest brings back festive favorites from the Vault. Players can use Holiday Presents, wear the Sneaky Snowmando disguise, unleash the Snowball Launcher, consume a Snowy Flopper, and use the Icy Grappler.


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Completing Winterfest Quests, related to the unvaulted items, unlocks the Snowglobe Smasher Pickaxe. There are 19 quests in total, available until Winterfest ends. A new limited-time experience, ‘Ship It! Express’, allows players to experience the life of a Ship It! Express representative. This mode will have only thrown weapons and consumables will be allowed. Players will see increased loot spawns and frequent Supply Drops are featured.

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Set, including Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, and Donatello, is introduced during Winterfest. April O’Neil, an investigative reporter, is also part of the set. All outfits have a LEGO-style variant for the LEGO Fortnite mini-game.


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Fortnite Crew subscribers get a benefit during Winterfest. The Gilded Style of the Glorious Giftblade Back Bling is automatically given to all active subscribers logging in during Winterfest. There is a lot that is coming to Fortnite in Winterfest 2023. So stay tuned and enjoy Fortnite as Epic works towards a spectacular end of the year.

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Viren Mirpuri


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Daniel D'Cruz