Which Fortnite skins are the best? 2022 top 20 list
Most popular fortnite skins
Since inception, several outfits have been introduced to the Fortnite Item Shop and Battle Passes, but we’re going to take a look back at the finest Fortnite skins ever published as of 2022.
Aside from the suspenseful showdowns towards the finish of a battle, one of the most exciting aspects of Fortnite is the release of new skins and cosmetics to the game. Some of these may be bought, while others can only be unlocked by completing tasks and collecting XP.
They may not provide you with a competitive edge (unless you were previously wearing the infamous superhero skin), but obtaining the coolest skins in Fortnite offers you bragging rights among your friends and other players.
Besides, what’s the point of celebrating those hard-earned Victory Royale victories if you don’t have a nice skin to show off?
From iconic crossover skins like Marvel’s Scarlet Witch and Halo’s Master Chief to originals like the banana-human hybrid Peely and even Agent Jonesy himself, everyone has a go-to skin.
We explored the Fortnite archives to compile a list of 20 of the finest skins to grace the game since its inception in 2017. Some of these may eventually return to the item store, so keep a look out for them.
Are there any Marvel superheroes more popular right now than Deadpool? He was resigned to being a favorite of comic book fans until the smash 2016 film, but now that he’s gained mainstream fame, the whole globe has fallen for the wise-cracking’merc with a tongue.’
He was added as a challenge prize in Chapter 2 Season 2, and we can understand why; being one of the few Marvel heroes who would really employ an assault weapon or a rocket launcher in his own movies and books, he’s the ideal crossover skin.
Lexa has been the most popular of the latest unique Fortnite skins. She is often referred to as the franchise’s “anime girl” due to her unusual cel-shaded anime-style design, pink hair, and wide-eyed appearance.
The finest thing about Lexa, though, is the unlocked built-in Hunter Protocol emote, which’sets mechafusion levels to maximum’ and allows users to completely modify her look, transforming her into a robotic hunter.
The Joy skin, based on a design by artist DahjaCat, is one of the most distinctive skins available in Fortnite, since it comes with a built-in emote based on the popular Doja Cat and SZA song, Kiss Me More.
Emotes with famous songs generally cost a lot of V-Bucks, so having one included with a skin is a great deal. Even better, it’s a traversal emote, so you can rollerskate while listening to music.
After months of waiting, Marvel fans finally got their hands on the Fortnite skin of their dreams when Spider-Man emerged in the Chapter 3: Season 1 Battle Pass accompanying a Web-Shooter equipment that enabled players to swing about the Island.
That’s not all, as a Spider-Man modeled on Tom Holland’s Peter Parker from the Marvel Cinematic Universe was introduced in the Item Shop only a few weeks later, providing gamers with several ways to become the legendary superhero.
Fortnite memorialized famous DJ Marshmello by hosting a performance presented by the music legend. Ten million people watched, and he even received his own skin with unlocked cosmetics.
Aside from being an incredible skin, Marshmello demonstrated the future of live entertainment, pave the way for rapper Travis Scott to perform his own Fortnite crossover event a year later.
Renegade Raider skin
Okay, so the design isn’t anything exceptional, but what makes Renegade Raider unique is that it was only available as a Battle Pass prize in Chapter 1 Season 1, making it perhaps the rarest skin in the game.
Wearing this during a match makes it evident to other players that you’ve been visiting The Island from the beginning, which merits a particular spot on our list.
While Marvel superheroes tend to take center stage in Fortnite, the anticipation for Superman’s entrance in Chapter 2 Season 7 was palpable – it was teased for weeks before ultimately being published as the season’s Secret Skin.
The Man of Steel includes a built-in emote that allows him to shift from Clark Kent to Superman in-game, something not many skins have, as well as an epic Shadow style that only the most committed players were able to acquire.
Naruto, the beloved ninja from Konohagakure, was one of the most hyped Fortnite skins of all time. After months of speculation and anticipation, the anime symbol has finally come, complete with matching cosmetics and a throwable Kunai weapon.
Even better, the whole Team 7 – Sasuke, Sakura, and Kakashi – could be purchased from the in-game store. However, there is only place for one Naruto character on this list, thus it must be the main character himself.