[Top 15] Fortnite Best Skins That Look Freakin' Awesome

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As a free-to-play game, Fortnite Battle Royale's primary source of revenue is micro transactions. These are familiar terms to the most dedicated Fortnite Battle Royale players; the former rewards you with new skins and other cosmetic items the more you play through a paid season pass. At the same time, the latter is the in-game currency that allows you to easily purchase Fortnite skins or gliders and accelerate your tier growth toward rarer items in a Battle Pass.

Skins, sometimes referred to like costumes, are a highly sought-after commodity in any multiplayer game. They're grabbed randomly in loot boxes in Overwatch, with special edition skins appearing during events. Skins are a symbol of riches in Fortnite's free-to-play universe. 

They demonstrate to other players on the battlefield that they have the cash to spend on the game and, in some cases, the time to grind for the more sought Battle Pass skins as well. Everyone else appears significantly smaller in comparison. In this article, we will be discussing the top Fortnite skins that look freekin' awesome. So, let us get started:


15. Beef Boss

Beef Boss, Fortnite

Beef Boss is the ridiculous name for skin, yet it works. The Beef Boss skin is simply a variation on the Tomato head skin, but with a different recognized mascot from the Fortnite map. It's the Durr Burger head, complete with its trademark large tongue. Apart from the huge burger face, it's pretty ordinary, but for its great name—Beef Boss—it certainly merits a position on this list.


  • 1,500 V-Bucks


14. Crackshot

Crackshot, Fortnite

Crackshot is a very frightening skin. At first glance, this may appear to be an ordinary individual. Crackshot, on the other hand, is no average guy. He is a man who, for whatever reason, is dressed like a gigantic nutcracker. There is no chestnuts insight, and wearing this skin at all is tactically unwise.

Nonetheless, it's one of the best-looking maps in Fortnite Battle Royale. It's holiday-oriented, but not overly so. Every day may be a joyous occasion when accompanied by a nutcracker who constructs unimaginable constructions.


  • 2,000 V-Bucks


13. Sleuth Fortnite Skin

Sleuth Fortnite Skin, Fortnite

Fortnite released the Sleuth skin in early July with Noir and Gumshoe, two other hardboiled detective-inspired skins. Noir and Sleuth share the most significant similarities. With a sizeable beige trench coat and a low-tipped hat, it's easy to confuse a Sleuth-wearing player for a Sam Spade-like character on Fortnite's battlefield. However, for noir enthusiasts such as me, Sleuth comes closest to the genre.


  • 1,500 V-Bucks


12. Firewalker

Firewalker, Fortnite

The Firewalker skin was introduced last month as a complete surprise. The dragon-faced skin arrived on the scene to commemorate the Lunar New Year. It was a blink, and you'll miss its skin. Still, it rapidly established itself as one of the very bests in the history of Fortnite's many, many skins, even edging even the Wukong skin, Epic's Lunar New Year celebration the year previous.


  • 1,500 V-Bucks


11. Blackheart

Blackheart, Fortnite

When you initially unlock Blackheart at the beginning of Season 8's Battle Pass, the pirate kid resembles our hooded introduction to Aragorn from Lord of the Rings far more than anybody we'd picture chanting "yo ho, yo ho, a Pirate's Life for me." However, the Blackheart skin develops with time. Indeed, it consists of eleven steps, beginning with the first. 

At 80k XP, Blackheart transforms; the skin on his face melts, leaving only a skull capable of maintaining a beard. The skull-headed Blackheart, on the other hand, is where the skin truly shines. Additionally, color swaps for the more bare skin are available, earned by completing Weekly Challenges.


  • Tier 1 on Season 8 Battle Pass (base Battle Pass costs 950 V-Bucks)


10. Dante and Rosa of the Muertos Set

Dante and Rosa of the Muertos Set, Fortnite

This Halloween, Epic Games brought back some of the previous year's skins and added some new ones. The greatest was the Muertos skins, which were inspired by the yearly Dia de Los Muertos festival. The leathers are meticulously crafted and, unlike the majority of skins, are also reactive. Their facial paint glows brightly in the dark, causing them to light. Because both skins are equally fantastic, they share a position on our list.


  • 1,500 V-Bucks


9. Hime Fortnite Skin

Hime Fortnite Skin, Fortnite

Although the Hime skin is not included in Season 6, it was released in the interim between the two seasons. It's a legendary skin that's now in rotation, and it's pretty lovely as well. It's one of two samurai-themed skins, and both are far more detailed than other Fortnite skins. However, the Hime skin's pattern is exceptionally complex.


  • 2,000 V-Bucks


8. Ragnarok

Ragnarok, Fortnite

Recently, we saw evolvable Fortnite skins dubbed "progressive skins," and they're returning for Season 5. However, they are presently operating at a reduced capacity. Ragnarok is one of them. Ragnarok is a scraggly bald guy with a blue beard and bright white eyes at the film's opening. Ragnarok gradually transforms into something more terrifying the longer you play as him. 

His bald head transforms into a monstrous skull with enormous antlers. His beard is luxuriant beneath the head, held in place by a cluster of small ponytails. The Ragnarok is without a doubt the most incredible skin available in Season 5, and it's a pity it's being maintained at the highest tier: 100. If you missed Season 5, you might still obtain a comparable skin: the Valkyrie, a regular rotation legendary.


  • Tier 100 on Season 5 Battle Pass (base Battle Pass costs 950 V-Bucks)


7. Raven

Raven, Fortnite

Raven is the newest skin to arrive in Fortnite Battle Royale, and it has already sparked widespread fan devotion. It's one of the game's new legendary skins to enter its normal cycle, which is unfortunately limited to special holiday events. Additionally, Raven's skin does not resemble what one may picture an Edgar Allen Poe-inspired figure to look like.

 Indeed, players have already drawn parallels to Destiny's cunning weekend marketer Xur. Therefore, if you're still enraged over Destiny 2, you may as well vent your rage on all the Raven-clad gamers in Fortnite Battle Royale.


  • 2,000 V-Bucks


6. Calamity

Calamity, Fortnite

Calamity is one of the most stunning evolvable skins in Fortnite thus far. At first glance, you resemble an extra from Coyote Ugly. The skin then becomes gradually colder, evolving into a frightening cowgirl wearing a long trench coat and the enormous hat you've ever seen. 

The leveling process does not end at the sixth skin tier; by completing weekly tasks, you may also alter the hue of the skin's glow. The best appearance is achieved by completing 50 weekly tasks. We'll see you later, Fortnite cowboys.


  • Tier 1 on Season 6 Battle Pass (base Battle Pass costs 950 V-Bucks)


5. The Joker

The Joker, Fortnite

The Joker, who is available as part of the Last Laugh collection, is, of course, one of the most iconic supervillains of all time. This bundle, which cost $30 and featured Poison Ivy and Midas Rex, has been reintroduced to the Item Shop following its first release. This set is unique in that we must purchase it with actual money, but the significant part is that it includes 1,000 V-bucks. It was last accessible on March 9, 2021, and will undoubtedly resurface in the Item Shop.


  • 1,000 V-Bucks


4. Kratos

Kratos, Fortnite

It is one of the unique skins since it is based on a PlayStation-exclusive character. Regardless, you could have obtained the Kratos skin on any Fortnite version, regardless of platform. We could acquire the main character from the renowned God of War series from the Item Shop for 1,500 V-bucks when it was available. It was initially released around the end of 2020 but remained accessible until March 9, 2021.


  • 1,500 V-Bucks


3. The Reaper

The Reaper, Fortnite

The Reaper is a not-so-subtle homage to pop culture over the years. The Reaper is neither a reference to Reaper from Overwatch nor Reaper other hundreds of other games featuring a reaper-themed character. The Reaper, on the other hand, is a skin that alludes to the John Wick movie, an action series featuring Keanu Reeves as he seeks vengeance for his dog's death (among other things). 

The John Wick films are thrilling and have become a box office smash for a good cause (the man doesn't even pause to reload a gun). To have probably the most significant game in North America right now immediately bow to the famous hitman is unmatched by any other Fortnite skin, which is why it is one of the most delicate Fortnite Battle Royale skins available.


  • Tier 100 on Season 3 Battle Pass (base Battle Pass costs 950 V-Bucks)


2. Master Chief

Master Chief, Fortnite

Master Chief is yet another character from a platform-exclusive franchise. The Halo franchise's hero made a cameo appearance in Fortnite during The Game Awards 2020 and acquired 1,500 V-bucks. Master Chief, like Kratos, was available on all platforms, despite Halo's exclusivity on Xbox. Since then, the character has been known for purchase from the Item Shop on many occasions, most recently on March 9, 2021.


  • 1,500 V-Bucks


1. Taro and Nara of the Storm Familiars Set

Taro and Nara of the Storm Familiars Set, Fortnite

Taro and Nara of the Storm Familiars are another pair of skins marching triumphantly onto our list of the most excellent Fortnite skins, and we've boosted them to the top after considerable deliberation. They were unveiled quietly in the lead-up to Season 7, with just their names serving as a hint to the approaching storm. Both skins are distinctive. However, Nara is somewhat more excellent due to her enormous horns protruding from her mask.


  • 1,500 V-Bucks

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