Prop disguise for Fortnite is making some serious waves and everybody loves it. Being able to disguise yourself as some inanimate prop so you can jump out at people? Hilarious. And a little Potter-esque perhaps, but still lots of fun.
This particular skill was introduced for Fortnite's Season 6 and some might recall a similar skill from Chapter 1. While the prop disguise does not quite work in the same way, it is undeniable that the devs over at Epic Games have built off this original idea.
Prop Disguises in Fortnite: How to Make It Work
Whether you are waiting to jump out at someone or hiding from opponents, the prop disguise is a useful skill. Perhaps a little too useful, which is probably why Epic Games have limited the ability to five props - and only if you can get a prop from a specific NPC. Which NPC's you ask?
- Bushranger in Pleasant Park.
- Raz in Colossal Crops.
- Jekyll in Steamy Stacks.
- Snow Sniper to the east of Retail Row.
- Crustina in The Orchard.
In order to get a prop disguise will cost you 75 gold from any of these five NPC's. Which, actually, makes it quite an affordable upgrade.