It appears that a collaboration between Travis Scott and Epic Games is in the works, as prominent Fortnite dataminer and leaker Lucas7Yoshi reveals files for Fortnite season two, mentioning the 27-year-old rapper.

"A Travis Scott cosmetic set was added in v12.00," he tweeted. "This confirms some form of collaboration between him and Fortnite. Exact details are not clear but its safe to say its probably a skin and some other stuff (as it is a set)."

While no information has been shared by Epic Games or Scott, the files shown by Lucas7Yoshi point to a cosmetic set, which means we are likely to receive a Travis Scott skin and possibly a sicko mode emote. points out that the collaboration is presumably part of the video game company's Icon series and could include an in-game concert, similar to the one Marshmello participated in.

Be sure to stay tuned as we bring you all pertinent information as it surfaces.

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