Fortnite has a few skins with broken textures, and the most recent one is Tsuki. This skin lacks any proper texture at all so it ends up looking like white paint under good conditions; in other words, not very visible if they’re playing against someone who doesn’t know about them!
The downside of pay-to-win games is that people can buy their way to victory by getting items that are better than everyone else’s – which means they have an unfair advantage over those players without such items.
Is the Fortnite Tsuki skin really broken?
So, for now we’re dealing with this skin’s brokenness. It blends in really well because it lacks a human texture and no one is paying attention to the white thing that should be standing out against all these trees we’ve been putting up everywhere!
That might get complicated if you go into an area where there are buildings — since Tsuki is completely white, it doesn’t stand out at all unless someone points him or her out.
There’s a human-style that is scheduled to come to the skin sometime soon, but there are no exact details yet.
The Tsuki voice pack in Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 4 sounds like it may be customizable and allow for players who want black-on-black voices without any color customization at all.
Once upon a time, not too ago but also far away in the present day, there was an invisibility skin. It could only be seen when players were close to it and they had to purchase this special item for themselves since no one else would give them anything voluntarily because of their greedy ways that caused people’s life-spans to shorten exponentially!
When Epic Games released Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 4, they introduced a new skin that was much less subtle than the Tsuki Skin. This caused outrage from players and so Epic Games made changes to this skin by changing it’s color but keeping the same outline while also adding detail in order for their creativity not be taken away too far.