You don’t have a fortnite (14 days) to get a Halloween costume

  • Wednesday, October 24, 2018 2:51pm
  • Business

MARYSVILLE – With Halloween just days away, you may be looking for a costume.

Haile Tallman, assistant manager at Spirit Halloween, said Wednesday that the most-popular costumes this year are related to the Fortnite video game.

She said her store is sold out of children’s sizes, but it does have some small adult sizes some older children may be able to wear.

Tallman said you have to go to Tacoma to set a Fortnite costume because they are all sold out in Puget Sound.

“It’s the biggest, craziest thing,” she said.

Costumes include: Dark Voyager, Black Knight, Rex, Tricera Ops, Brite Bomber, Skull Trooper, Crackshot and Cuddle Team Leader.

Of course if you are not a Fortnite fan (and who isn’t as it’s one of the most-popular video games in the world) then local stores also carry a variety of other scary costumes and accessories, like this mask and haunted house fixture.

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