The Superhero Skins have been Disabled from Fortnite Competitive Playlists

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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Credit: Epic Games

Once again the Boundless Outfits have been Disabled in Fortnite.

The Boundless Set or more commonly known in the Fortnite community as the Superhero Skins were first released back in Chapter 2 Season 4. The skin sets came to the item shop and were an instant hit among the player base.

The Boundless outfits are highly customizable with different colors, accessories, hairstyle, and more. But soon some players started using the all-black version of the skin in competitive matches. This made these skin users very hard to spot in shadowy areas or through builds. This issue was more prevalent for Console players as they could remove shadows from the settings to better see the all-black SUperhero skin users.

As a response, Epic Games disabled these skins in competitive game modes and later introduced a fix. Players were no longer able to make the Superhero skins All-black or All-white. All this was some time ago but seems like something is wrong with the Boundless Set once again.

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Boundless Set Disabled:

The official Fortnite Status Twitter account recently shared the news of the removal of the Boundless set from competitive Fortnite playlists. However, all other game modes do not have a restriction.

The Tweet reads,

“For the time being, we’re disabling Outfits from the Boundless Set from competitive playlists. We will update players when we have new information.”

As of now we do not know the exact reason why the Boundless Set outfits were disabled. We will be sure to update everyone on new information about the Boundless Set once it comes to light.

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.