Fortnite Craft Hunter's Cloak

Hunter’s Cloak in Fortnite is a new weapon that you can make in the game, using the new gameplay system. In order to craft the Hunter’s Cloak, though, there are several things you have to figure out. The first one is how to get the crafting resources, and how many you need. The second is, of course, how to actually make the Fortnite Hunter’s Cloak. We’ll explain both points in our Fortnite Craft Hunter’s Cloak guide.

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Fortnite Craft Hunter’s Cloak

How to Craft Hunter’s Cloak in Fortnite

To craft the Hunter’s Cloak in Fortnite, you first have to find and shoot some wolves. There are several places where they spawn, but it seems that the Weeping Woods are the safest bet. It doesn’t matter where you find them, though; however, the Weeping Wood rarely fails to have some wolves. Anyways, you need to kill two wolves and gather the resources they drop in order to get enough to craft the cloak.

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From there, things are pretty simple. All you have to do is go into the crafting menu. Basically, go into your Inventory screen, and switch over to Crafting. The Hunter’s Cloak will be right there in the list. You’ll need Bones and Raw Meat to craft it, and two wolves should be enough, as we’ve said. Then, just click Craft, and the Cloak will appear in your inventory. The last step is to “use” the cloak in order to equip it. However, you don’t need to do that if you don’t want to; you just have to craft it to complete the challenge.

So, that’s how you craft the Fortnite Hunter’s Cloak. That is one of many different uses for these materials, by the way; you can also use them to upgrade your weapons. On top of that, don’t forget that you can also tame wolves. This can be a huge advantage; at the very least, you’ll look so cool charging into battle with a wolf by your side. That’s a matter for a different guide, though.

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