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What Are The Rarest Skins In Fortnite?

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Fortnite has been around for a long time now and numerous skins have come out ever since, with everyone from Batman to Wolverine and even The Predator now playable in the game.

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It’s been around for so long that certain skins are now a lot harder to get, even if you plan on using money to get some of them.

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What Are The Rarest Skins In Fortnite?

Naturally, fans have been curious about what the rarest skins are in the game so we did our best to find some of them.

Some rare ones you rarely see are a couple of skins from the first season back in 2017, like Black Knight, Renegade Raider, and Aerial Assault Trooper, while others are incredibly hard to get because they were launched with special editions of the game.

The Double Helix Fortnite skin, for example, is only available to those that bought the Nintendo Switch bundle of the game and that sold out so good luck finding that.

Hacivat, Brilliant Striker, and Radiant Striker are also considered to be rare since they haven’t been seen in 700+ days, which is a fairly long time.

We’re sure some fans have these skins since they probably realize how hard it is to get them but when you see how much other skins are in the game, you can’t blame people for not using them anymore.

With Fortnite Season 6 seemingly coming out soon, there will probably be more skins that will be added to the game.

Some dataminers have discovered a Peter Griffin skin that could be coming out soon and we’re sure even more licensed characters will be coming down the line, especially since shows like Wandavision or Falcon and Winter Soldier are getting plenty of steam.

If you’re interested in the game and its many skins, you can get Fortnite now since the game is a free-to-play download with in-game purchases and can be bought on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices.

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