Fortnite x TMNT Splinter Skin Leaked

Check out the leaked Fortnite x TMNT Splinter skin.
Check out the leaked Fortnite x TMNT Splinter skin. / Epic Games, via @ShiinaBR

Just a few days before the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles invade Epic Games' Battle Royale, the Fortnite x TMNT Splinter skin has leaked.

Epic Games first brought Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, Donatello, and April O'Neil to Fortnite during Winterfest 2023. Unfortunately, the iconic characters were only available in the Item Shop for a limited-time before they disappeared without ever making their presence felt in-game. Now, just over a month later, the franchise is making its way back to Fortnite with TMNT-inspired weapons, quests, and even more skins, including Splinter.

Check out the leaked image of the upcoming Splinter skin below.

Fortnite x TMNT Splinter Skin Leaked

The Fortnite x TMNT Splinter skin leaked as Fortnite update v28.20 went live, giving fans a preview of what is to come in Epic Games' second crossover with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Master Splinter now joins Shredder as the two confirmed TMNT skins coming to Fortnite.

So far, the leaked image from ShiinaBR only shows one skin and a possible Back Bling, but we predict Splinter will have alternate styles, as well as more accompanying cosmetics. Although Epic Games has not confirmed how to get Splinter just yet, the skin is likely coming to the Item Shop.

Shredder, on the other hand, will be a premium reward in the upcoming TMNT mini-Battle Pass. Similar to the Jujutsu Kaisen Battle Pass, the TMNT Battle Pass will require fans to unlock all previous rewards before they can get the Shredder skin.

Fortnite x TMNT Splinter Skin Release Date

The Fortnite x TMNT Splinter skin will be released on Friday, Feb. 9, 2024. Once the crossover goes live, fans will get to purchase Splinter from the Item Shop.

At the time of writing, it is unknown how long the Fortnite x TMNT crossover will last, so make sure you get the Splinter skin as soon as it launches before it leaves the game. Typically, Epic Games does not bring collaboration skins back to the Item Shop until months after their original drop.