How many skins do YOU think are in Fortnite?

Since its release in 2017, Fortnite has won the hearts of quite a few gamers. One of the most popular games, the range of skins in Fortnite is huge but there's something for everyone in Fortnite.

But just how many skins are actually in Fortnite?

How many Fortnite skins are there?

There are currently 1,572 Fortnite skins as of April 2023.

Yes, you read that correctly. There are currently 1,572 outfits that have been released within Fortnite. These skins range from multiple original creations to various other collaborations with popular series.

Fortnite Marvel Skins (Image via The Loadout)
Fortnite Marvel Skins (Image via The Loadout)

The popular battle royale has been notorious for collaborating with some of the most popular franchises. Characters from Star Wars, various animes and more have made their appearance in the Fortnite universe.

From Spider-man to Anakin Skywalker, Fortnite has just about every iconic fictional character out there.

Every movie and TV series that Fortnite has collaborated with...

With so many popular franchises taking over pop culture, you would think that Fortnite would not be able to keep up with every big movie or TV show.

Well... think again.

The battle royale has kept themselves on top of every new hot release, creating unique skins for the majority of popular franchises being talked about in pop culture.

Fortnite Attack on Titan Skins (Image via Epic Games)
Fortnite Attack on Titan Skins (Image via Epic Games)

Here is a list of every Fortnite Movie and TV series collaboration:

  • Marvel
  • DC
  • Star Wars
  • John Wick
  • The Walking Dead
  • Predator
  • Alien
  • TRON
  • G.I. Joe
  • Rick and Morty
  • Space Jam
  • Free Guy
  • Bad Boys
  • Dune
  • Naruto
  • Attack on Titan
  • Dragon Ball Super
  • My Hero Academia
  • The Matrix
  • Cobra Kai
  • Indiana Jones
  • WWE
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The movies and TV shows listed above are not even close to the extent of collaborations that Fortnite has given us. The game has teamed up with celebrities, musicians, gamers and more, giving fans some of the most realistic cosmetics to drop off the Battle Bus with.

Fortnite's mass of outfits have created quite a wide range of variety. Not only does the game partner with various franchises, but they also create some of their very own skins. Sometimes, these skins can even have an impact on your actual game.

With a talented creative team at their side, the Battle Royale's list of original skins spans longer than we can write, but there are a few playable characters that should be noted.

Fortnite Renegade Raider Skin (Image via YouTube)
Fortnite Renegade Raider Skin (Image via YouTube)

Popular Fortnite ORIGINAL skins:

  • Renegade Raider
  • Black Knight
  • The Reaper
  • Dark Voyager
  • Bright Bomber
  • Midas
  • Jonesy

This list is only a small fraction of the unique skins Fortnite has created, and there is still room for so many more in the future.

The rarity of these original skins also play a major part in Fortnite's release of them. Skins like the "Renegade Raider" have not returned to the Item Shop since Chapter 1, Season 1, making it extremely rare.

How much do Fortnite skins usually cost?

This answer to how much Fortnite skins usually cost varies from character to character. With their collaborations, a lot of times a skin will cost 1,500 Vbucks to 2,000 Vbucks. Then, on the other hand, Fortnite has some original skins that cost only 800 Vbucks.

To put it into a better perspective, 1,000 V-Bucks currently costs $7.99 USD. This means one of their higher-end skins tends to be between $12 and $16. How to get Fortnite Vbucks for free?

Fortnite Vbucks (Image via Epic Games)
Fortnite Vbucks (Image via Epic Games)

Fortnite, a free-to-play game, does not require its players to purchase any of these skins. That said, the temptation is high once you see some of the game's top skins in the Item Shop.

So the question is... how many Fortnite skins do YOU own?

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