Leaked Skin Model suggests Tyler Rake from Extraction is coming to Fortnite

A recently discovered skin model has led to hints that Tyler Rake from the movie Extraction played by Chris Hemsworth is possibly coming to Fortnite.

Fortnite Season 7 is currently 68% complete with only 31 days remaining. According to most players, Epic Games has done a splendid job with content this season. Fortnite players have been getting weekly content updates that are introducing new mechanics and weapons to the game. But that’s not all.

Recently we got to enjoy the Fortnite x Ariana Grande Rift Tour event. Just a few hours ago we also got the Fortnite x Free Guy skin and challenges. In this very season, we also had other collaborations with movie franchises, games and celebrities, and internet personalities.

But Fortnite players can’t seem to catch a break from all the collaborations as a new Fortnite x Extraction collaboration has apparently been leaked.

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Possible Tyler Rake Skin Leaked in Fortnite:

Fortnite leakers recently found a skin model in the game files while trying to data-mine “Free Guys” challenges and skin. The codename for the skin model is currently “Dusty” and Fortnite fans were quick to notice that it looked similar to Tyler Rake from the movie Extraction.

The “Dusty” skin model has the same tattoo as Tyler Rake played by Chris Hemsworth in the movie Extraction. This further solidifies the fact that the Tyler Rake skin is coming to Fortnite.

A previous Fortnite Crew Pack skin apparently also teased the Tyler Rake skin but at the time everyone thought this was the silhouette of a Thor Skin.

Fortnite Crew Pack teased skin silhouette
Fortnite Crew Pack teased skin silhouette Credit: Epic Games

Epic Game’s Chief Creative Officer Donald Mustard also tweeted about putting Tyler Rake as a skin in Fortnite about a year ago. The tweet was a response when the Russo Brothers Twitter account posted an image of Tyler Rake and John Wick. Donalds response to the tweet reads,

“Hey Joe. Maybe we should put Rake in Fortnite and find out”.

As usual, take all of this info with a grain of salt as Epic Games is yet to make an official announcement about this. Hopefully, we will learn something new soon.

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