The “Mecha Morty” Skin and “Get Schwifty” Emote finally arrives in Fortnite

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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Fortnite Mecha Morty Skin Credit: Epic Games/ Rick and Morty

The previously leaked “Mecha Morty Skin” and “Get Schwifty Emote” are finally available in the Fortnite item shop.

Fortnite recently released the v17.40 update a few days ago. Following the update, Fortnite data miners found new skins and cosmetics that were added to the game files. Some of these skins include J Balvin and Will Smith skin. The data miners also found one other collaboration skin and it was Morty from the popular TV show Rick and Morty.

Rick from is already included in the current Fortnite Season 7 Battle Pass. Fortnite players can unlock him by buying the Battle Pass and reaching tier 100. During the initial release of the Rick skin, many people thought that it was impossible to add Morty to Fortnite Battle Royale as his character model did not meet the height requirement.

But Epic Games has come up with a clever plan to add Morty to Fortnite. They put Morty in a mechanized suit that brings his height up to par with other Fortnite skins.

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The Fortnite official Twitter account recently announced Mecha Morty’s arrival at Fortnite.

The Fortnite Mecha Morty Bundle Costs 2200 V-Bucks but the items can also be bought separately. The Fortnite Mecha Morty Bundle contains the following items-

  • Mecha Morty Outfit (1500 V-bucks)
  • Morty’s Backpack Back Bling (comes with the Mecha Morty skin)
  • Space Snake Pickaxe (800 V-bucks)
  • Look at Me! Wrap (500 V-bucks)
  • Get Schwifty Emote (500 V-bucks)
Fortnite Mecha Morty Outfit and Items
Fortnite Mecha Morty Outfit and Items Credit: Epic Games

The “Look at Me! Wrap” has a unique feature as with each kill, a new Mr. Meeseeks will appear on the wrap until finally ceasing to exist at the end of a match. The “Get Schwifty Emote” is also a synched emote meaning two players can perform the emote at the same time.

The two players doing the emote together will have different animations as seen below-

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.