STOP paying for FORTNITE skins!

Playing Fortnite Battle Royale wearing the same outfit as everyone else in the game isn’t going to affect your skill and performance at all. So let’s be honest for a second though, it’s not hard to feel somewhat jealous of that other player who’s dressed like a walking mighty Death Reaper, or looks ready to hit the disco is it?

The critical question is, how do you actually get your hands on all the shiny new premium skins in this game though? You’ve got numerous options, and more of them do involve handing over at least some of your hard earned real life money.

Epic games has just released new legendary outfits like the Cyborg Ninja and the Oblivion and there is a way to redeem these skins for free.

Since the folks at FortniteGiveaways are feeling generous, we are giving away V-Bucks for free so that you can redeem these legendary outfits and other cosmetic items in the Item Shop. All you need is to go here or click the button below to enter the Fortnite V-Bucks giveaway which is totally free and safe. V-Bucks is transferred through legitimate gifting method. But you’ve got to hurry as it is limited time only. It’s really simple: just redeem, wait a few minutes to see the v-bucks in your game account, go to the in-game store and hit the skin purchase button to have that shiny Skins in your inventory forever!

Stop grinding out a vast number of matches and get everything you want instantly by entering the V-Bucks giveaway now!

Top 10 best Fortnite Battle Royale Skins

We’ll continuously update this guide as new outfits are introduced to the game, so keep checking back for the latest and greatest!

 

10. Wukong Fortnite Skin

Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: 2,000 V-Bucks ($20) 

Wukong is where skins start getting just a little bit more expensive. Released around Chinese New Year as part of a celebration of the holiday, the Mythic Soldier shines with prominence on the battlefield. His shoulder blades glisten in the bright world of Fortnite, because of its bright gold armor. If you want the potential (but not really any potential) to blind a foe on the treacherous battlefield with your shoulderblades, then Wukong is one of the best skins to have for its sheer shininess. 

 

9. Funk Ops Fortnite Skin

Rarity: Epic (Purple)
Cost: 1,500 V-Bucks ($15)

Funk Ops is pretty much a 1970s stereotype, but ignoring that front, Funk Ops is one of the best Fortnite skins to ever grace Battle Royale. With a bedazzled vest, headband, and killer glasses, Funk Ops is a funky callback to a long-lost era, even if it’s an overdramatic version of it. Anyways, if you’re a big Austin Powers fan or something, then Funk Ops is probably the go-to skin for you. 

 

8. Omega Fortnite Skin

Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: Tier 100 on Season 4 Battle Pass (base Battle Pass costs 950 V-Bucks) 

The Omega skin is the most coveted skin on the new Season 4 Battle Pass. It’s not achievable until unlocking Tier 100, which will take a long, long time for most players (unless they pay up). With the superhero theme for this season, the Omega skin is a full-body, all-black suit. Honestly, it looks a little bit like Black Panther, only with red swapped for the white accents. Of course, as with the John Wick-like skin, it’s not actually Black Panther. But if you squint and have some imagination, it basically is. 

 

7. Love Ranger Fortnite Skin

Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: 2,000 V-Bucks ($20) 

Love Ranger pins players as Cupid himself, only as a Cupid made of stone. It’s a unique skin among Fortnite Battle Royale due to his build and giant wings on his back. As a Valentine’s themed skin, the likelihood of it popping back up in the daily rotation is very slim. But in the off-chance of love finding a way back onto Fortnite, then the Love Ranger skin is an ideal grab. 

 

6. Dark Voyager Fortnite Skin

Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: Tier 70 on Season 3 Battle Pass (base Battle Pass costs 950 V-Bucks) 

The Battle Pass for Season 3 has the most stacked collection of exclusive Fortnite skins yet. Dark Voyager is among them. There are three astronaut-inspired skins for the particular collection, but Dark Voyager edges the others out on top with its slick all-black get-up. It’d be great if Fortnite Battle Royale had a space map, because then you’d really blend in with the darkness of the universe. If you’ve ever had a dream of being an astronaut and partaking in a battle royale, then there’s no better skin for you. 

 

5. Valor Fortnite Skin

Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: Tier 71 on Season 4 Battle Pass (base Battle Pass costs 950 V-Bucks) 

Valor is one of the seven skins introduced in Season 4 of Fortnite’s latest Battle Pass. It’s the most emblematic of the light heroic-themed season, featuring a woman with a superhero suit. She looks very, very rad and out of place in Fortnite Battle Royale, like she’s about to save a school bus of children rather than pick up guns and blast away strangers on a meteor-struck island. It’s that unexpected quality that makes Valor stand out in Season 4’s Battle Pass. 

 

4. Raven Fortnite Skin

Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: 2,000 V-Bucks ($20) 

Raven is the newest skin to reach Fortnite Battle Royale, and it’s already ignited fan adoration far and wide. It’s one of the new legendary skins to be launched into the game’s regular rotation, which are sadly few outside of special holiday events. The Raven skin also looks hardly like what you’d imagine an Edgar Allen Poe-inspired figure to look like. In fact, players are already drawing comparisons to Destiny’s sneaky weekend salesman Xur. So if you’re still mad about Destiny 2, then you might as well take out your frustrations on all the Raven-wearing players in Fortnite Battle Royale. 

 

3. Crackshot Fortnite Skin

Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: 2,000 V-Bucks ($20) 

Crackshot is a downright terrifying skin. At first, you may think this is an ordinary man. But Crackshot is no ordinary man. He is a man that wears a giant nutcracker head for some reason. There are no chestnuts to be crunched down in sight, and it’s a tactically foolish skin to be wearing at all (that helmet sticks way out). Yet artistically, it’s one of Fortnite Battle Royale’s very best. It’s holiday themed, without feeling too bent on that Winter season. Every day can be jolly with a nutcracker building impossible structures at your side. 

 

2. Leviathan Fortnite Skin

Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: 2,000 V-Bucks ($20) 

Leviathan was an adorably unexpected addition to Fortnite Battle Royale just a few weeks ago. It’s a skin that’s a lot similar to the astronaut ones in Season 3’s Battle Pass, only with Leviathan, the helmet doesn’t house a human head—but a fish. The fish looks pretty mean too, with a furrowed brow and rude look on its face. The suit itself is a pretty, iridescent teal and a glossy white. It’s easily the best of the astronaut-like skins, and because of that, is one of the best skins in the entire game. 

1. The Reaper Fortnite Skin

Rarity: Legendary (Orange)
Cost: Tier 100 on Season 3 Battle Pass (base Battle Pass costs 950 V-Bucks) 

The Reaper is a not-so-subtle pop culture reference for the ages. The Reaper is not a nod to Reaper from Overwatch, nor Reaper from, well, any of the dozens of other games with a character named reaper. The Reaper is instead a skin that gestures towards the John Wick films, an action series starring Keanu Reeves as he gets revenge on the death of his dog (among other things). The John Wick movies are exhilarating and have become a big hit for good reason (the dude doesn’t even let reloading a gun slow him down). For arguably the biggest game in North America right now to directly bow to the legendary hitman himself, that’s something that parallels no other Fortnite skin, and that’s why it is the very best that Fortnite Battle Royale has to offer right now.