The kid who designed the Tender Defender skin in Fortnite finally got to see it in the game and his reaction was priceless.
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Back in September, Reddit user tfoust10 showed a photo that his 8-year-old son, Connor, had drawn saying that Connor wanted to suggest it to the Fortnite developers.
The post picked up steam, with over 40k upvotes and eventually, Epic Games added it to Fortnite during Thanksgiving.
As the post got more popular Connor’s dad let the community know how excited his son got and that he started drawing more detailed pictures of his creation.
Of course, this is nothing compared to seeing Connor’s live reaction when he saw his skin appear in the game.
The video starts with Connor and tfoust10 sitting on a couch surrounded by the entire family.
Connor looks excited to buy something from the shop but tfoust10 slyly says, “I don’t want that one. Well, there’s like a minute left [until the store updates] and I can see what else is coming on.”
Time eventually comes for the shop to update and Connor jumps forward with a big smile across his face as he realizes what the skin is, “Tender Defender!”
The whole room gets excited as they realize that Connor’s drawing has actually been added to the game followed by him shouting, “We’re buying it! We’re buying it! We’re buying it!”
The Tender Defender skin comes equipped with an egg Backpack and could be purchased for 1,500 V-Bucks. Along with the outfit was the Scrambler Pickaxe for 500 V-Bucks and the Flappy Flyer Glider for 800 V-Bucks.