How to get Lady Gaga's Fortnite skin, songs, emotes & all cosmetics

How to get Lady Gaga's Fortnite skin, songs, emotes & all cosmetics
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Written by 

Daniel Megarry

Published 

21st Feb 2024 15:30

Little Monsters rejoice, because Lady Gaga is finally coming to Fortnite! The pop superstar will get two skins, multiple cosmetics, and plenty of Jam Tracks as part of Fortnite Festival Season 2: Unlock Your Talent.

Following in the footsteps of The Weeknd, who headlined the first season of Fortnite Festival, Heavy Metal Lover singer Lady Gaga will be the next artist to take on the main stage with two outfits inspired by her Chromatica era. There will also be songs from across her career including Bloody Mary and Just Dance.

How to get the Lady Gaga skin in Fortnite

You can purchase the Chromatica Armor Lady Gaga skin from the in-game shop. There will also be a bundle containing the Chromatica Bass, Chromatica Mic, Stupid Love Jam Track, and a Rain Check Emote.

We don't know how much the Lady Gaga skin or cosmetics will cost, but for reference, The Weeknd's skin was 1,800 V-Bucks and the bundle was 3,500 V-Bucks, so this new set will probably be around the same price.

Chromatica Armour Lady Gaga Skin in Fortnite
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You'll also be able to unlock the Enigmatic Gaga skin by purchasing the premium Fortnite Festival Pass for 1,800 V-Bucks and earning Festival Points by completing quests in Fortnite Festival mode.

Other rewards available in this premium Festival Pass include the Glitch Groove Aura, the Chromatica Guitar, the Chromatica Keytar, and four Jam Tracks including Lady Gaga's number one single Poker Face.

Enigmatic Lady Gaga skin in Fortnite
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There's also a free track in this Festival Pass, which includes various items like the Woodworker Drums and the Strap Spin Emote - but it won't get you the Lady Gaga skin or any of the rewards we've mentioned above.

You'll be able to get all of these Lady Gaga cosmetics starting with the v28.30 update, which drops on February 22, 2024.

The Fortnite Festival Pass for Season 2
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I don't know about you, but I couldn't ask for a better pop star to be in Fortnite. Duos with Ariana Grande, anyone? I'll meet you at Lavish Lair.

All Lady Gaga songs coming to Fortnite Festival

While the new skins and cosmetics are undeniably the biggest attraction here, there are also loads of iconic Lady Gaga songs being added as Jam Tracks:

  • Applause
  • Bloody Mary
  • Born This Way
  • The Edge of Glory
  • Just Dance
  • Poker Face
  • Rain On Me
  • Stupid Love

These songs will most likely function in the same way as existing Jam Tracks, which means they'll appear every now and then in the song rotation or you can purchase them from the shop for 500 V-Bucks to play them whenever you want.

It's been confirmed that the Lady Gaga skins and the accompanying Festival Pass will be available in Fortnite until April 22, 2024, at 12 AM ET. It's time to put those paws up, loopers - everyone better be jumping!

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That's everything you need to know about those epic Lady Gaga skins. While you're here, visit our Fortnite homepage for more guides like the rarest skins, the best landing spots, and all the dances in the game.

Daniel is GGRecon’s Deputy Guides Editor. He graduated from university with a degree in Journalism & English Language before covering video games and LGBTQ+ culture at publications including Gay Times and Dexerto. His favourite games include Pokemon, Kingdom Hearts, Resident Evil, and anything Nintendo. You can reach him on [email protected].

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