There are now hundreds of skins available in Fortnite, but only a few of them are a sure sign you’re facing off against a sweat. Here are the sweatiest skins you’ll find in Season 6.
“While Fortnite has been taken over by crossover skins from franchises like Street Fighter and Marvel in recent seasons, you’ll rarely see sweats wearing these. Typically, they’ll go for original designs and skins that the average player can no longer attain.”
Sweats love OG skins like Renegade Raider.
If you see someone wearing the Renegade Raider skin, you know they’ve been playing since day one. This skin was only available to buy in Chapter 1 Season 1 of Fortnite if players reached Level 20 and were willing to spend money on the skin. It’s often used to show off a sweat’s OG status, and with years of play behind them, their skills will likely be top-notch.
It’s not as sweaty as it once was, but Ghoul Trooper is still a top choice.
Another skin that’s usually a sign the player wearing it has been around since the OG days is the Ghoul Trooper. It first appeared during the Fortnitemares aka the Halloween event in Chapter 1 Season 1, although it has returned to the Item Shop a good amount of times now, typically around Halloween each year, meaning you’ll sometimes get non-sweats wearing it too.
Bugha’s choice Crystal is big among sweats.
Crystal is the skin of choice for a number of Fortnite pros, and was the primary skin for the World Cup Solo winner Bugha, so it’s not hard to see why it’s become one of the sweatiest skins for players trying yo look – or appear as though they can replicate – the high skill level of the winner. It’s cheap at 800 V-Bucks and regularly appears in the Item Shop, so it is slightly more accessible than the rest of this list.
Banner Brigade Skins
Banner Brigade skins offer plenty of customization.
Dexerto says “Despite their simplicity, you’ll often see the Banner Brigade skins being used by skilled players in Fortnite. This is likely due to their low entry cost (800 V-Bucks) and the fact that they’re highly customizable with various colors and logos, allowing sweats to keep that classic Fortnite style while also adding an element of individuality.”
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