Top 5 licensed Fortnite skins
Iconic licensed Fortnite skins
#5 – Batman
Last Seen: 7/10/2020
Release Date: 9/25/2019
Who would not want to play as Batman in Fortnite.
The Caped Crusader is one of DC Comics’ most popular characters, and his iconic look is world-renowned. Thankfully, the Batman skin continues to show up in the Fortnite in-game shop for players to snag and enjoy.
#4 – Kylo Ren
Last Seen: 5/05/2020
Release Date: 12/21/2019
Any on the Star Wars skins available are actually incredible choices for players to provide. There’s a thing about the last trilogy’s Kylo Ren which screams amazing. It might be his Darth Vader esque black helmet or maybe his crudely assembled cross guard red lightsaber.
Kylo is actually a serious epidermis to show up from on the Fortnite island. This skin instills fear as well as a little bit of hesitation in adversaries while he glides down from the fight bus.
#3 – Deadpool
Last Seen: Release
Release Date: 4/03/2020
Not only is Deadpool a great looking skin with several fantastic styles available, but his Deadpool Set included the variant looks Ravenpool and Cuddlepool. Extremely popular, the Merc with a Mouth certainly made quite the entrance, with images of him bathing in a pool of V-Bucks coming to the fore upon release.
#2 – John Wick
Last Seen: 10/13/2020
Release Date: 5/16/2019
Not to be confused with The Reaper, the original skin available in Fortnite that resembled John Wick, the officially licensed skin cuts an impressive figure.
Just about anything Keanu Reeves touches these days is golden, as if Midas touched it himself. The release of the John Wick skin also makes owners of The Reaper skin extremely lucky, as the knock-off skin is MIA since 2018.
#1 – Kratos
Last Seen: 1/08/2021
Release Date: 12/04/2020
With console players producing up nearly all of Fortnite’s player base, it just makes good sense that Fortnite will include things like Sony’s Kratos within its lineup.
Kratos relates to Fortnite as his older self, as witnessed in the newest God of War game – a little much more haggard, bearded, somewhat less muscular, but still on top of the game of his. Honestly, Kratos didn’t stop all of the Greek pantheon gods in order to be slighted by Fortnite, therefore Epic had no option but to incorporate him within the game.