- — In-Game Description
The outfit is most likely based on the banana from the "It's Peanut Butter Jelly Time!" trend. It's reactive feature is similar to a real-life banana which he starts out green, and ripens overtime to change to yellow. He was so popular that in Season 9, he owned his own Banana Store in Neo Tilted. Peely was an instant hit with Fortnite players, gaining many other outfit variants like P-1000, Peely Bone, Agent Peely, Unpeely. and Potaissus Peels.
Peely is more of a group of characters like a bunch of bananas rather than a singular character proven after Season 8. Towards the end of Season X, P-1000, a robot variant from the Bunker Days set was introduced. In Chapter 2: Season 1, Peely Bone was introduced, with a built in emote, named Xylo-Bone. In Chapter 2: Season 2, Agent Peely, a secret agent variant from the Banana Royale Set was introduced. In Chapter 2: Season 3, he went to gear up for the summer along with Drift, Brite Bomber, Wild Card, Jonesy, Zoey, Fable as a new Outfit: Unpeely. A few days after the beginning of Chapter 2: Season 6, Potassius Peels was released in the Item Shop.
- Peely and Jonesy were best friends until he was drank by Jonesy before Season 9 due to a shortage of food in the bunker.
- It is also a possibility that Peely is also a snapshot of Jonesy due to him putting a banana into a rift, hence that both are best friends.
- Peely and his variations tend to be exclusive, usually being exclusive to a certain event, battle pass, or bundle.
- In Chapter 2: Season 5, Peely could be found stuck in Carbonite in the Mandalorian's apartment in Hunter's Haven. This is proven in the Mando's Bounty trailer.
- This is proven in the Mando's Bounty trailer, where he catches up to Peely and freezes him and keeps him as a trophy.
- Additionally, in the The Hunt Loading Screen, the Predator is seen hunting Peely.
- It is the first Outfit to be reactive.
- In the Chapter 2: Season 4 trailer, it is revealed that Peely has claws made out of bananas that he can pull out any time like Wolverine.
- He was blown up by Ryu in the Chapter 2: Season 6 trailer.
- He had a low voice by the disguise of "John Doe" to not reveal his identity in the Chapter 2: Season 7 trailer, saying "Then... the rest of them showed up." This is probably a low-pitched version of John Jones, hence the reference in the disguise.