Fortnite Battle Royale and Save the World skins

Skins or let’s call them costumes, is the main desire of almost all players. While the game is free to play, skins quickly became a symbol of wealth and experience. Skin talks about the ability to spend money in the game. It also underlines the seriousness of intentions.

For its anniversary celebration, Fortnite developers created a new way to please gamers. They decided to reward all the gamers, including those who preferred the paid mode of Fortnite Save the World. In the 2018 year, the game passed 1-year milestone and players received exclusive rewards.

They released Fortnite Founders Pack last year as the easiest way to buy Save the World. So, fans who already bought this mode were rewarded with special skins created for the mode. They revealed Rose Team Leader and Warpaint outfits in v5.1 update.

The good news is if you don’t own the Founders Pack, you still can receive these skins. The bad news is you have to pay for them. The choice is yours. Fortnite Battle Royale offers a lot of good and scary looking skins on its own.

Fortnite Season 5 skins

Season 5 of Fortnite was released in July of the 2018 year, with the pack of skins, locations and emotes, inside Battle Pass. As always, there are few most-wanted skins in the pack. Trends of the year are Ragnarok and Drift. It is totally upgradable and of course, customizable.

How to get fortnite battle royale skins for free?

Well, this “free” term has several meanings here. For everything, there is a price. The Founder’s Pack which is called free cost you some money as well. It is just a 50 percent cut of the usual price for the pack.  But if you have already bought Save the World mode, the new outfits comes totally free.

While the Battle Royale is free of charge, it still has paid options for different pleasant items. You can buy V-Bucks, Battle Passes, etc. The game can offer you something you may want at any time. If you want new skins, go and buy it, new cosmetics, sure, go and buy it. You can buy anything until you have enough V-Bucks, in-game currency bought for real money.

The most popular skins

There are dozens of skins available for purchase. Some of the skins can be bought for V-Bucks earned inside the game or bought with real money. Battle Pass for one season offered by the developers costs 950 V-Bucks, which is almost $10 as intro tier, and 2 800 V-Bucks for Premium variant.

Not all skins are available constantly. Some of them whisked away after holidays or special occasions. For some of them, gamers have to wait a whole season. While the most popular trends may still return on the market, other less popular can disappear forever.

Let’s name our favorites

  • Beef Boss Fortnite Skin is still can be bought in the game and costs 1 500 V-Bucks or $15 from the real world. While it is definitely the weirdest name for a skin, gamers love it. This is simply another version of Tomatohead skin, another popular option to buy for the same price. It has a head of the burger with a big tongue and creepy huge eyes. Perhaps its charm is in the burger’s shape of the head. Epic rarity, color Purple.

  • Chomp Sr. skin is more expensive than Beef Boss and costs 2 000 V-Bucks or $20. It is definitely worth paying for as your character turns into half man half shark. Sharkman? It looks like someone took its old Halloween suit with a shark head and scuba suit. But, it works! Chomp Sr. never loses its popularity. Rarity Legendary.

  • Sgt. Winter skin is far more creative. This is a 23 tier on 7th Season Battle Pass. You can buy Basic Pass for 950 V-Bucks. This skin looks like a Santa who spends all his free time in a gym. Good looking and ready to kill. Has an epic rarity.

  • Wukong Fortnite skin costs 2 000 V-Bucks or $20. It was released somewhere around Chinese New Year and quickly became popular. It has a golden armor that shines and blinds its enemies. Besides, they may get scared with the mighty look of this mythic warrior. It has a Legendary rarity.

  • Bunny Brawler skin costs 1 500 V-Bucks or $15 real money. Its rarity is Epic, and it is not in the rotation right now. Fortnite has two skins connected to Easter. And for many players, Brawler skin looks better than Bunny Raider. But of course, it is up to you. This skin looks similar to pajamas. Still, these blue colors can compromise player who wants to hide in green colors of Fortnite world.

  • Mothmando skin is Epic and costs 1 500 V-Bucks. It has a deep background story that goes to the urban legends. It came from horror stories. However, the Mothman still has habits of the moth and likes light. Basically, it is a man who has a gas mask and funny ears, that reminds us of moth.

  • Power Chord skin has Legendary level of rarity and costs $20 or 2 000 V-Bucks. It looks more like a punk outfit for a band member. Still, it is cute skin, especially for those who want to express its punk personality. The best option for a rock lover.

  • Funk Ops for $15 or 1 500 V-Bucks for those who love disco. It dazzles and gives your foes advantage as they can see you from a far distance. Still, if you are in love with the 1970s era, it is time for you to shine. It will be epic to kill your enemies in Austin Powers-like suit.

  • Fable skin looks so good, you want to buy the whole Season 6 Battle Pass. This is Tier 47 on it. Do you remember Little Red Riding Hood Story? This skin gives us an idea of how this little girl may look like once she grew older.

There are much more skins than it was mentioned above. You may want to check them going to Fortnite store. Remember, the game is not about the best skins, it is about you killing all your enemies and becoming the last survivor on the amazing island.