Cyclo is the name of a Legendary rarity skin in Fortnite that is able to be obtained in the Fortnite Battle Royale Item Shop for 2,000 V-Bucks. This one is currently unreleased. Originally found replacing the suit of Venturion at the Rig, this mechanical monstrosity built with the old parts by Midas is remixed version of Tempest. They all look like, both being storm themed and not being fully human. Some could call him the long lost Season X counterpart of Tempest.
- Rarity: Legendary
- Type: Skin
- Cost: 2,000 V-Bucks
- Unlocked: Item shop
- Availability: Unreleased
The thing called Fortnite just had a new patch today, and it has inserted a few different things into the game data that are interesting. The normal team of leakers and dataminers is out there, and while no one are sharing the exact specifics of the event, one new loading screen and one new skin seem to have given the players major clues about what is going to happen.
One of the most interesting things is known as Cyclo, which has backbling named a Windshear Cloak. All of them are described as “Defy the Storm” and “Whatever the wind blows” respectively. When the suit is on, it appears to be harnessing a few power of the Doomsday device that have been seen in the office of the Midas, as it looks identical.
Another interesting thing is the loading screen. this one shows Midas looking at some sort of new powersuit behind glass, and if you zoom in, you are able to see not just his reflection, but that of a woman.
It is pretty clear that the thing that creates the flooding which will lead to a drowned Chapter 2, Season 3 map is a huge, man made hurricane. Midas has designed this one either to survive what is coming, or he is literally the one creating the hurricane while in that suit, some sort of Weather Wizard kind supervillain thing.
Before this kind of thing, the players have seen the barest wisps of clouds start to form a circle around the Agency, which is likely going to be the eye of the storm. some people thought those clouds would get more pronounce with this new patch, but that has not happened yet, so maybe it all manifests next Saturday during the event itself.
Nevertheless, this makes a lot of sense. The thing called Fortnite has done huge explosions before, so introducing a huge weather event like a hurricane that makes flooding on the map is an evolution of that concept. What the players are certainly most curious about is how this is going to play out in real time, if they will see the map flood during the event, or if that will have to be patched in for the seasons witch over. Knowing Epic Games, anything is impossible, even crazy dynamic weather alterations of the map. One thing for sure, the giant doomsday hurricane is coming, with the eye being Midas at the Agency and him apparently being a new supervillain.