Update: The game is now available to pre-order via Amazon!
Fortnite is taking over the world. No, seriously. These days it's hard to go anywhere without hearing about Fortnite, and soon not even your family game nights will be safe. A newly skinned version of Monopoly, titled Fortnite Monopoly, will be making its way into stores beginning October 1, and you can already pre-order the game via Amazon! Custom versions of Monopoly are nothing new, we've seen tons of them through the years, but this one will surely be a hit this upcoming holiday season. The custom skin has popular Fortnite locations as its spaces, including Dusty Divot, Tilted Towers, Loot Lake, and more.
The game will also feature chests, traps, and storm cards, all of which replace other familiar parts of the regular Monopoly. Instead of just a few game pieces, it looks like Epic has brought forth a bunch of its most popular skins, including Tomato Head, Bunny Brawler, Skull Trooper, and more. It's unknown at this time which retailers will carry it or what it will be priced at.
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