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Not spending money in Fortnite can make kids a target for bullies—in the game and in real life.

May 08 2019

Not spending money in Fortnite can make kids a target for bullies—in the game and in real life. A “default” is a Fortnite avatar that’s wearing the game-supplied “skin” or appearance, and being called one is an insult. Modified skins (like a fish suit) and other character accessories can cost up to $20. They come in and out of season, just like real clothes, and some friend groups collaborate outfits à la Mean Girls. Seasoned players can easily target “defaults” in the gaming craze, while classmates continue the teasing offline. (Polygon)