The Reaper (outfit)

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The Reaper
New Reaper.png
Description
Vengeance for Hire.
Details
Rarity Legendary
Type Outfit
Source Battle Pass Season 3
Set Hired Gun
Introduced in Season 3
Character Model Mike
Release Date
(UTC-)
Feb 22, 2018
The in-game store updates at 00:00 UTC daily, which means that the eastern and western halves of the world are on different dates when the shop updates. This UTC- date applies to North and South America and French Polynesia.

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(UTC+)
Feb 23, 2018
The in-game store updates at 00:00 UTC daily, which means that the eastern and western halves of the world are on different dates when the shop updates. This UTC+ date applies to Europe, Africa, Asia, and Oceania/Australia.

Date incorrect? Please edit this page. For more info see Help:Dates.
Item ID
CID_084_Athena_Commando_M_Assassin
Featured Image

The Reaper is a Legendary Outfit in Battle Royale that could be obtained as a reward from Tier 100 of Season 3 Battle Pass.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The Reaper, as well as the entire Hired Gun Set, is based on the John Wick movie franchise.[1] The Reaper closely resembles the eponymous assassin-for-hire in his trademark custom suit. Because of this, he is generally referred to as John Wick, or "Wicky", by the Fortnite community.
  • The promotional artwork for The Reaper mimics a famous movie poster from the 1983 gangster film Scarface.[2]
  • The Reaper appears in the Wick’s Bounty trailer.

Character[edit | edit source]

The Reaper can be found in Fancy View as a character you can interact with.

Sold Items[edit | edit source]

Collection[edit | edit source]

Relentless. Ruthless. The Reaper stops at nothing to get his prey. If you can track him down he might have you some bounties to share... if he isn't already hunting YOU.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • He has special dialogue if the player talks to him while wearing the Bullseye or Sureshot.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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