Fortnite: Cobra Kai Outfits Arrive in Time for Season 4

Just in time for the release of the series' fourth season on Netflix, The Cobra Kai Set is now available in Fortnite.

The set adds 10 new outfits, each of which can be altered to represent the dojo of your choosing: Cobra Kai, Eagle Fang, or Miyagi-Do. The five male and five female outfits are available in two separate bundles for 2,000 V-Bucks ($20 USD) each. Alternatively, individual outfits can be purchased for 800 V-Bucks ($8 USD).

Also available in the set are a number of new accessories — Teachings of Miyagi Back Bling, Cobra Coin Back Bling, Dojo Logo Pickaxe, and Cobra’s Curse Pickaxe — as well as the Karate Kid's signature Crane Kick emote. All the new gear can be purchased as a bundle for 1,500 V-Bucks ($15 USD), while individual accessory prices range from 200-800 V-Bucks ($2-8 USD)

Cobra Kai: Season 4 hit Netflix on New Year's Eve. IGN reviewer Amelia Emberwing awarded the latest season a 7/10, calling it "an imperfect transition to Netflix production, but an admirable continuation to the series none the less."

Fortnite, meanwhile, is back online after experiencing some server issues around the holidays. It's been an eventful month for the beloved battle royale, as Fortnite Chapter 3 kicked off in early December, bringing with it the game's transition to Unreal Engine 5.

We're also in the midst of Fortnite Winterfest 2021, which includes a ton of new content, including new outfits inspired by Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Jordan is a freelance writer for IGN.

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