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Fortnite Skins Ranked – The 20 best skins of Fortnite



This list of Fortnite masks was originally published in April 2018. With the release of Fortnite Season 5, we updated our rankings and added another five Fortnite masks.

As a free game, the main attraction of Fortnite Battle Royale to earn money comes in a single shadow: microtransactions. "Battle passes". "V-Bucks." Other small things These are familiar terms for the most avid players of Fortnite Battle Royale; the first one takes out new skins and other cosmetic items the more you play for a paid season pass, while the other is the game currency where you can buy Fortnite skins or gliders with pointed ease, and accelerate the growth of levels towards rarer objects in a Battle Pass.

The skins, also known as clothes, are a very desired object in any multiplayer game. In Overwatch, they are randomly caught in booties with special edition skins that hit during events. In MOBAs, the masks wear the 15 pixels of the screen that do not even look good. At Fortnite, furs are a mark of wealth in the world of freedom to play. They are shown to other players on the battlefield that hey, I have the money to spend in this game, and in some cases, the time to get the most coveted masks of the battle passes as well. All the others look remarkably smaller in comparison.

Fortnite's best skins

And so, we decided to rank the twenty best Fortnite skins out of the dozens available in the game. Some can still be obtained on a rotating basis (the store is renewed daily) and can be purchased through V-Bucks, which can be earned (albeit slowly) in the game or bought with real-world money. Fortnite Battle Royale also offers a Battle Pass per season, which costs 950 V-Bucks ($ 9.50) for the introductory level, or 2,800 V-Bucks through its Premium version that starts at level 25. If you're too anxious about experience, you can also level up faster with V-Bucks by purchasing EXP to the next level.

Other fortnite skins, unfortunately, have been eliminated by time and the promise of exclusivity of the holidays, although some have made surprises, fleeting returns to the daily store. It's a shame too, as some of the best skins at Fortnite Battle Royale are the rarest. (It's funny how it works, right?)



The best skins of Fortnite.

20. Tomatohead Fortnite Skin

Still in rotation? Yes
Rarity: Epic (Purple)
Cost: 1,500 V-Bucks ($ 15)

The skin of Tomatohead is terrifying. It is based on the Tomato Town Holder, a location on the map of Fortnite Battle Royale that features a fast food joint. The gigantic tomato head that goes round and round from the top of a pole is an unavoidable point of reference, so Epic Games decided to pay tribute to Tomatohead's skin. The skin itself is disturbing, obviously, the tomato's helmet is the most unpleasant part, but it is lively and unexpected on the Fortnite battlefield. If you see the always smiling face of the Tomatohead in the distance, I suggest building a wall and fleeing immediately.



The best skins of Fortnite.

19. Shadow Ops Fortnite Skin

Still in rotation? Yes
Rarity: Epic (Purple)
Cost: 1,500 V-Bucks ($ 15)

Fortnite's Shadow Ops skin has been speculated to have been inspired by another property of the epic games: Paragon. As you may have heard, Epic Games closed the Paragon servers at the end of April, opting to concentrate on their other games, including Fortnite instead. Given how lucrative Fortnite Battle Royale has been (and, to some extent, Fortnite Save the World, focused on PvE), Epic Games has probably made the right decision. But Paragon will not be forgotten, lives in this skin inspired by Countess.



The best skins of Fortnite.

18. Skull Trooper Fortnite Skin

Still in rotation? No
Rarity: Epic (Purple)
Cost: 1,500 V-Bucks ($ 15)

The Skolar Trooper is actually a bit boring when it comes to the most luxurious skins, but the positive side is that it is a skeleton. No frills. No strange ornaments. Just a skeleton, or rather, a cunning skeleton complete with facial paint. And the skeletons are always great! You can not go wrong with a skin skeleton. You can even cheat the other player in the middle of the real battle, tricking them into thinking that you are just a fragment of environmental narration if you lean a bit towards the bottom, but then poof, move and you are armed with a Rocket Launcher. Surprise. A Victory Royale guaranteed.




17. Fortnite Skins World Cup

Still available? Yes
Rarity: N / A
Cost: 1,200 V-Bucks

It's been an exciting World Cup, has not it? Fortnite participated in the football (or soccer) action this year with some special limited-time masks. It would be pointless to highlight one, although the eight have their own unique names (from Clinical Crosser to Midfield Master). This is because regardless of the body you choose, the designs can be designed in one of the 24 competing countries. The number can also be customized, either to highlight a favorite player or simply your personal lucky number. We have seen Fortnite evolutionary masks in the past (like Omega), and it would be fantastic to see more customizable future like the World Cup themes in the future.



The best skins of Fortnite.

sixteen. Wukong Fortnite Skin

Still in rotation? No
Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: 2,000 V-Bucks ($ 20)

Wukong is where the skins start to get just a little more expensive. Launched around the Chinese New Year as part of a holiday celebration, the Mythic Soldier shines with prominence on the battlefield. His shoulder blades shine in the shining world of Fortnite, due to his shining golden armor. If you want the potential (but really does not have any potential) to blind an enemy in the treacherous battlefield with your shoulder blades, then Wukong is one of the best skins to have for its sheer sheen.




15. Rook Fortnite Skin

Still available? Yes
Rarity: Epic (Purple)
Cost: Level 87 in season 5 Battle Pass (Battle Pass base costs 950 V-Bucks)

Rook is not in it higher, but the skin is still quite high compared to the rest. Rook is a skin ready for battle, with the character wearing a bulletproof vest and an outfit that seems to have just left work and had to get on the Battle Bus to move to his home and become a Victory Royale. She is also equipped with glasses, which completes the look. In the grand scheme of masks, Rook's is one of the most subtle and actually battle royale prepared for the entire game.



The Best Fortnite Skins.

14. Bunny Brawler Fortnite Skin

Still in rotation? No
Rarity: Epic (Purple)
Cost: 1,500 V-Bucks ($ 15)

Between the two related Fortnite Easterners: Bunny Brawler and Bunny Raider : The first one is much prettier. The skin adorns the player in an adorable monkey that looks like pajamas in a kindergarten kid's closet. (Or older, as Ralphie learns from A Christmas Story ). The Bunny Brawler stands out as one of the skins that might not be tactically responsible, since its pastel blue tone and pointy ears can stand out in the lush green world of Fortnite Battle Royale. But hey, the skin is adorable. So, who the hell cares?



The Best Fortnite Skins.

13. Power Chord Fortnite Skin

Still in rotation? Yes
Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: 2,000 V-Bucks ($ 20)

Power Chord looks like a sad, weird view of a video game from what is punk? It's like the zaniest suit combination of a Saints Row game. Or a member of the band in Guitar Hero. Or a hot topic that went crazy. Although feels very hard in its aesthetics, the final result is quite nice. Namely, I love the top part of the white grid below the torn sleeveless shirt and the pink hair. If you want to stand out as a thumb in Fortnite Battle Royale, this is the rocker option.



The Best Fortnite Skins.

12. Funk Ops Fortnite Skin

Still in rotation? Yes
Rarity: Epic (Purple)
Cost: 1,500 V-Bucks ($ 15)

Funk Ops is more or less a stereotype of the 1970s, but ignoring that front, Funk Ops is one of the best cover of Fortnite that has ever given grace to Battle Royale. With a dazzled vest, headband and killer goggles, Funk Ops is a funky callback to an era long lost, even if it is an overdramatic version. Anyway, if you're a big fan of Austin Powers or something like that, then Funk Ops is probably the skin for you.



The Best Fortnite Skins.

11. Omega Fortnite Skin

Still available? No
Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: Level 100 in Season 4 Battle Pass (Battle Pass base costs 950 V-Bucks)

The Omega skin is the most coveted skin in the new Battle Pass of season 4. You can not achieve until you unlock level 100, which will take a long, long time for most players (unless they pay). With the theme of the superhero for this season, the Omega skin is a full body black suit. Honestly, it looks a bit like Black Panther, only with the red interchanged by the white accents. Of course, as with John Wick's skin, it is not actually Black Panther. But if you squint and have some imagination, basically that's the way it is.



The best skins of Fortnite.

10. Love Ranger Fortnite Skin

Still in rotation? No
Rarity: Legendary (orange)
Cost: 2,000 V-Bucks ($ 20)

Love Ranger punches players like Cupid himself, just like a Cupid made of stone. It is a unique skin between Fortnite Battle Royale due to its construction and giant wings on its back. Like a Valentine-themed skin, the likelihood of it reappearing in the daily rotation is very small. But with the possibility that love finds a way back to Fortnite, then Love Ranger's skin is an ideal capture.



The best skins of Fortnite.

9. Dark Voyager Fortnite Skin

Still available? No
Rarity: Legendary (orange)
Cost: Level 70 in season 3 Battle Pass (Battle Pass base costs 950 V-Bucks)

The Battle Pass for Season 3 has the most stacked collection of exclusive Fortnite masks. Dark Voyager is one of them. There are three astronaut-inspired masks for the collection in particular, but Dark Voyager outperforms the others in its elegant black outfit. It would be great if Fortnite Battle Royale had a space map, because then really would mix with the darkness of the universe. If you ever dreamed of being an astronaut and participating in a real battle, then there is no better skin for you.



The best skins of Fortnite.

8. Valor Fortnite Skin

Still available? No
Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: Level 71 in Season 4 Battle Pass (Battle Pass base costs 950 V-Bucks)

Value is one of the seven masks introduced in season 4 of Fortnite's last battle pass. It is the emblematic season most emblematic of the light heroine, with a woman in a superhero costume. She looks very, very exaggerated and out of place in Fortnite Battle Royale, as if she were about to save a children's school bus instead of picking up guns and shooting strangers on an island hit by a meteorite. It is that unexpected quality that makes Valor stand out in the Battle Pass of season 4




7. Sleuth Fortnite Skin

Still available? Yes
Rarity: Epic (Purple)
Cost: 1,500 V-Bucks

Sleuth skin fell in early July, along with other skins inspired by hard detectives, Noir and Gumshoe. Among them, Noir and Sleuth have more in common. But for fans like me, Sleuth is closer to the genre in which he is inspired. With a large beige raincoat and a low-topped hat on the Fortnite battlefield, it might be easy to confuse a player wearing a Sleuth with a Sam Spade style.




6. Ragnarok Fortnite Skin

Still available? Yes
Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: Level 100 in season 5 Battle Pass (Battle Pass base costs 950 V-Bucks)

We have recently seen evolutionary masks of Fortnite, called "progressive skins", and for season 5 they return. Although now they are in a smaller capacity. Among them is Ragnarok. At first, Ragnarok is a disheveled bald man with a blue beard and bright white eyes. In overtime, Ragnarok becomes more threatening the more you play like him. His bald head becomes a gigantic skull with huge horns. His beard, under the skull, is lush with lots of little ponytails keeping him in place. The Ragnarok is easily the best skin of the season 5 offers, it is a shame that it remains at the highest level: 100.



The best Fortnite skins.

5. Raven Fortnite Skin

Still in rotation? Yes
Rarity: Legendary (orange)
Cost: 2,000 V-Bucks ($ 20)

Raven is the newest skin to arrive at Fortnite Battle Royale, and already the adoration of the fans is on fire everywhere. It is one of the new legendary designs that will be released to the regular rotation of the game, which unfortunately are few outside of special holiday events. Raven's skin also looks a lot like what you would imagine as a figure inspired by Edgar Allen Poe. In fact, the players are already making comparisons with the furtive weekend salesman Xur of Destiny. So, if you're still angry about Destiny 2, then you can also get your frustrations out with all the Raven players in Fortnite Battle Royale.



The best skins of Fortnite.

4. Crackshot Fortnite Skin

Still in rotation? No
Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: 2,000 V-Bucks ($ 20)

Crackshot is a frankly terrifying skin. At first, you may think that this is an ordinary man. But Crackshot is not an ordinary man. He is a man who uses a giant nutcracker head for some reason. There are no chestnuts that can be creaked in sight, and it is a silly skin from the tactical point of view to wear (that helmet stands out). However, artistically, it is one of the best in Fortnite Battle Royale. It is a festive theme, without feeling also engaged in that winter season. Every day you can be cheerful with a nutcracker building impossible structures by your side.




3. Flytrap Fortnite Skin

Still available? Yes
Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: 2,000 V-Bucks

The Flytrap skin looks spooky. He has a face that resembles a severe villain in a comic, and the details match. His spines will undoubtedly stand out on the island of Fortnite, as if he were waving a flag that said: "I am here, try to get me". And yet, the Flytrap skin impresses compared to many other rotating skins. It does not fit a particular theme, there is no vacation, there is no special event. It is just a trap to fly human, ready to consume any poor soul that floats in its path.



The best Fortnite skins.

2. Leviathan Fortnite Skin

Still in rotation? Yes
Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: 2,000 V-Bucks ($ 20)

Leviathan was an adorably unexpected addition to Fortnite Battle Royale earlier this year . It is a skin that is very similar to that of the astronauts in the Battle Pass of season 3, only with Leviathan, the helmet does not house a human head, but a fish. The fish looks pretty bad too, with a frown and a rude expression on his face. The costume itself is a beautiful iridescent teal and a bright white. It is easily the best of skins similar to astronauts, and for that reason, it is one of the best masks in the whole game.



The best Fortnite skins.

1. The Reaper Fortnite Skin

Still available? No
Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: Level 100 in Season 3 Battle Pass (Battle Pass base costs 950 V-Bucks)

The Reaper is a reference Not so subtle pop culture for ages. The Reaper is not a nod to Overwatch's Reaper, nor Reaper's, well, any of the dozens of other games with a character named Reaper. The Reaper is, instead, a skin that makes gestures towards the movies by John Wick an action series starring Keanu Reeves that avenges the death of his dog (among other things). The films of John Wick are stimulating and have become a great success for a good reason (the guy does not even let him reload a gun to slow him down). Arguably the largest game in North America that leans directly to the legendary hit man, that is unmatched by any other Fortnite skin, and that's why it's the best Fortnite Battle Royale has to offer. at this time.

Until next season, probably. And the season after that.

For more information on the successful Battle Royale game that does not deal with Fortnite skins, see our guides on how to get started in the Fortnite Battle Royale and Fortnite Season 5 guide, including the weekly challenges. 19659124] This article may contain links to online retail stores. If you click on one and buy the product, we can receive a small commission. For more information, go here.


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