Fortnite is known for its collaborations with movies, tv shows, internet personalities, and even other video games. But which of them can be deemed the best Fortnite collaborations ever.
Fortnite started its crossovers small with a skin that somewhat resembled John Wick in Chapter 1 Season 3. This unofficial collab marked the beginning of Fortnite’s rise to prominence in the pop culture. The knock-off John Wick would later be followed up by an official crossover with the franchise, but not before a few other collabs.
Since its humble beginnings in 2017, Fortnite has amassed millions of players and has managed to collaborate with some of the largest pop-culture IPs. From Halo’s Master Chief to the Rick Roll dance, it seems that no crossover is off limits. Yet, some crossovers are much more elaborate, memorable, and impactful than others.
Avengers: Infinity War LTM
The first official crossover to grace Fortnite was the Avengers: Infinity War event. This collab brought the Infinity Gauntlet LTM which allowed one person to play as Thanos. It functioned like a normal round of Fortnite, except for one person having an overpowered arsenal of attacks and a ton of health.
This crossover was fairly elaborate, especially for being Fortnite’s first one. However, it claims a spot on this list because of its overall impact. Sure, it was a ton of fun to jump around the map as Thanos. But this single event started a trend of legendary crossovers with other media franchises.
Batman Season X POI
At the end of Chapter 1, Fortnite Season x introduced Gotham City as a POI. This took the place of Tilted Towers but was roughly designed the same. However, players could find Batman-themed loot here such as throwing stars and grappling hooks. It also introduced the first-ever DC cosmetics.
This crossover, along with the Borderlands collab, introduced the idea of licensed POIs. Building off of this concept, the Marvel crossover season littered the map with Marvel locations. It allowed players to visit familiar or iconic places while playing their favorite video game.
Travis Scott Concert
One of Fortnite’s most successful and most impressive events has to be the Travis Scott concert. Coming off the back of an incredibly boring Chapter 2 Season 1, players were treated to a virtual event like never before. The map changed over the course of a week or two in preparation for the Astronomical event.
This event was a turning point for Fortnite’s relationship with musical artists. Before this, Marshmello and Major Lazer had their own skins, but Travis Scott broke down walls allowing smaller artists to be a part of Fortnite. Small scale concerts and licensed music in emotes became more prevalent than before.
Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins Skin
Ninja getting a skin in Fortnite was something people wanted but didn’t think was ever going to happen. Many content creators deserved their own skin, but Fortnite hadn’t acknowledged this until Ninja’s skin was released. It proved that Epic Games does care about its community and the people who continue to make Fortnite as popular as it is.
Ninja’s skin was well deserved as many credit him with popularizing Fortnite. It also marked the beginning of the Icon Series which has since added a ton of creators to the game. LoserFruit, Lachlan, and Grefg have all been added to the game. Hopefully, there will be more skins to come.
Star Wars Preview Event
Before the release of Star Wars: The Rise of the Skywalker, Fortnite held an in-game preview event to show a clip from the movie. This clip was preceded by an impressive starfighter dogfight featuring the Millennium Falcon. While the preview clip itself was rather lame, the event started an awesome collab between Star Wars and Fortnite.
This event ended with players being given lightsabers to fight with. The lightsabers would stick around in-game for a few weeks alongside new crash sites. These sites would be patrolled by Storm Troopers who would be equipped with blasters. This event was one of the first that had a lasting effect on the
Top 5 most forgotten Fortnite weapons and items
Epic Games has come up with a lot fo creative and game-changing concepts, but here are the most forgotten Fortnite weapons and items.
Over the past 17 seasons, Fortnite has added a ton of new weapons and items to the game. But here are the most forgotten Fortnite weapons and items you may not even remember.
Some weapons are so iconic, Fortnite wouldn’t be the same without them. The SCAR, Pump Shotgun, and Pistol are trademark firearms, and the game feels weird without them. While these items have been removed for short periods of time, Epic Games knows better than to take them away for good.
Other weapons lived a very short lifespan in the game but were unforgettable additions. The B.R.U.T.E. Mechs, Infinity Blade, and Guided Missles wreaked havoc for a short time before being removed indefinitely. They may never return, but they will never be forgotten.
That leaves us with one last category of Fortnite items and weapons. These were the very few additions to the game that were underwhelming, useless, and ultimately forgettable. These are the top 5 most forgotten Fortnite weapons and items.
5. Decoy Grenade
Decoy Grenades are the most recent addition to Fortnite that appears on this list. Added in Chapter 2 Season 2, they were promptly vaulted at the start of Season 4. These throwable items would deploy a decoy AI that looked identical to the player. However, these decoys couldn’t deal damage to players to structures, and they took no time at all to kill.
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It’s no wonder that the Decoy Grenade has found a place on the most forgotten Fortnite weapons list, as it was pretty useless most of the time. Skilled players hardly fell for a decoy, and the AI would give away the player’s location.
4. Poison Dart Trap
The Poison Dart Trap stuck around for two-thirds of a season in Chapter 1 before being wiped from existence. It was the latest in a line of experimental traps Epic Games would implement to replace Spike Traps. However, its short lifespan made it one of the most forgotten Fortnite weapons.
That’s not to say these traps were bad. In fact, they were actually quite powerful. They would deal 80 damage directly to the player’s health and could shoot up to three tiles away. The darts would reload every 7 seconds before firing again. They wouldn’t one-shot kill any passersby, but would greatly weaken them making fights much easier.
3. Rusty Can
This forgotten weapon is unique because it’s actually still in Fortnite. Added during Chapter 2 Season 1, players can fish up Rusty Cans by casting their rods away from fishing holes. Since players don’t normally fish in still water or use Rare fishing rods, the Rusty Can has faded into obscurity.
And rightfully so seeing as the Rusty Can is virtually useless. It deals 20 damage to players and can only be carried in stacks of 3. Since a player’s pickaxe also does 20 damage a hit, Rusty Cans shouldn’t even be considered a last resort.
2. Machine Pistol
Nope, the weapon you see above isn’t another SMG. It’s the long-forgotten Machine Pistol. However, there’s a good reason why nobody remembers this thing. It was added as a part of Update v1.6.4 in late 2017. Just a few months later, Fortnite v2.50 was released vaulting the Machine Pistol.
Most players who do remember the Machine Pistol were likely exposed to it due to a slip-up during Season X. This season had a Solid Gold LTM which featured all Legendary weapons. For some reason, the Machine Pistol was accidentally added to this mode as well even though it doesn’t come in Legendary rarity.
1. Eye of the Storm Tracker
Did you know this thing existed? We sure didn’t before starting this list. That’s because the Eye of the Storm Tracker was available for all of 30 minutes before being removed forever. This utility item would show players the location of the next Storm Circle when equipped. A useful utility that would help with rotation, but wasn’t around long enough to test.
No worries though, the Storm Scout Rifle would later be added with the same functionality. Why this item was added and then removed so quickly remains a mystery. Regardless, it has earned the number 1 spot on the list of most forgotten Fortnite weapons and items.
The top 10 sweatiest cosmetics in Fortnite (2021)
Fortnite sweats love to use a particular set of cosmetics for aesthetic or advantage. Here are the top 10 sweatiest cosmetics in Fortnite.
Here are the top 10 sweatiest cosmetics in Fortnite. If you see a player wearing any of these, it might be best to avoid them at all costs.
Last year, we completed a list of the top-ten sweatiest skins in the game. Many of those skins have retained their “sweaty” status, but we’ve seen a lot of Item Shop updates since then.
As most players know, a Fortnite sweat isn’t only distinguishable by their skin. Their pickaxe and back bling also tell a story, which is why we’re opening this list to include additional sweaty Fortnite cosmetics.
As we said, a lot of the skins from last year are still drenched in sweat, and you’ll see a lot of them on this list. However, as players evolve and more skins are released, we will continue to update this list with the sweatiest of skins. Here are the top 10 sweatiest cosmetics in Fortnite.
In our first article, we listed the “OG Skins” as some of the sweatiest cosmetics in Fortnite. Let’s be real. A lot of the sweatiest players today weren’t playing when Renegade Raider and Black Knight were available. However, the “recent” release of a certain OG Skin has a lot of sweaty players pretending they were playing in 2017.
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The Recon Expert was a rare skin, but new sweats were given the opportunity to purchase it after its re-release. Unlike Ghoul Trooper or Skull Trooper, OG owners weren’t given an exclusive style. Now, it’s impossible to discern an OG sweat from a wannabe.
Pink Ghoul Trooper
This is an OG skin that has stood the test of time for many reasons. While original owners of the Skull Trooper and Ghoul Trooper were given exclusive styles, the Pink Ghoul Trooper is the only skin sweaty players still use.
For one, it proves that they were around during the early days of Fortnite. And two, it’s a female skin which many pro players prefer. It isn’t used in competitive play because of its vibrant colors, but sweaty players will show their dominance wearing the Pink Ghoul Trooper in Pubs.
Banner Brigade set
Banner Brigade may have overtaken the Soccer skins in terms of the sweatiest set in Fortnite. They offer substantial value for their price – only 800 V-Bucks with the ability to customize the style – but seem to be dominated by those at the top level.
We aren’t seeing as many Banner Brigade skins as we were last year, but the two back bling options are still very common. It’s easy to understand why. These are the only cosmetics that make your Banner mean something, and the customization options make them a good value.
Speaking of Soccer Skins, you didn’t really think they wouldn’t be on the list did you? These are iconic skins for sweaty players. Mainly younger players who had to coax their parents into buying them V-Bucks so they could buy their own customizable skin.
They aren’t nearly as popular now as many other skins on this list. That being said, you know you’re in for a fight if you see one. A sweat who continues to wear their soccer skin probably spends more time in creative courses than the actual game, and they are ready to taste blood.
The Studded Axe is one of the sweatiest cosmetics in Fortnite due to its competitive advantage. This bad boy barely makes a sound when it’s harvesting mats, and its sleek design makes it harder to see.
It’s also in the Item Shop quite frequently, so wannabe pro-players have the opportunity to purchase it every month or so. There are other axes that are just as quiet but harder to obtain. That’s why you’ll run into a lot of sweaty players running the Studded Axe
Speaking of sweaty harvesting tools, the Star Wand is by far the sweatiest pickaxe in Fortnite. Why? We have no idea. A handful of pros use it. It makes minimal noise when swung. But it isn’t all that rare.
However, its sweatiness is undeniable. It’s a well-known meme in the Fortnite community that the Star Wand is used exclusively by sweats. Maybe players are hoping that the wand will be bugged again to deal 75 damage per swing. That likely won’t happen, but that won’t stop sweaty players from hoping
Sparkplug, like a lot of skins on this list, is the skin of a Creative Warrior. It’s not as common as some of the others on the list, but it’s sweaty, nonetheless.
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In my experience, a Sparkplug skin is often the real deal. You have a lot of pretenders wearing Soccer skins and Star Wands, but Sparkplug skins are killers; more often than not.
Aura was one of those skins that you knew would be ‘sweaty,’ and it didn’t disappoint. For some reason, Aura became the primary skin of several pro-Fortnite players and sweats across the world.
Why is this skin so sweaty? It’s hard to tell. All we know is that an Aura either means business or thinks that they’re better than they are.
A new competitor for sweatiest skin in Fortnite has entered the chat, and their name is the Scarlet Commander. Go ahead and open Twitch right now or during a tournament. I guarantee one of the top Fortnite streamers is currently using this skin.
And it’s pretty obvious why. Since a certain skin that we will talk about next has been banned from comp, players are looking for a new skin that will give them an advantage. The Scarlet Commander is almost completely black with a few dark red accents and minimally exposed flesh. In dark areas and at night, Scarlet Commander is near invisible.
Against all odds, the superhero skins have become the sweatiest skins in the game. Even the male variants are usually worn by skilled players, which is rare.
The reason these skins were the sweatiest was because of the all-black and all-white styles. The superhero skins have been banned altogether in competitive play, but they still run rampant in pubs.
Before the ban, nearly every player in a competitive tourney was sporting one of these skins. It was all-black which was banned last year. After that ban, players switched to all-white. And now they aren’t allowed in comp play at all.
So, there you have it: the ten sweatiest cosmetics in Fortnite. It will be interesting to see which skins, pickaxes, back bling, and even gliders take over the throne over the course of the next year.
We’re sure that we missed a few cosmetics, as we only limited our list to ten. Let us know what we skipped on Twitter @FortniteINTEL.
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All Tier 100 Fortnite Skins ranked
Fortnite has given us a long list of Battle Pass skins. Here, we’re ranking all of the tier-100 Battle Pass skins from worst to best.
Fortnite has been providing us with skins for over two years. Take a look at all Fortnite tier 100 skins as we rank them from worst to best.
We’re 16 seasons into Fortnite at this point, and 15 Battle Passes deep. We’ve seen hundreds of skins come and go with varying degrees of originality. Some are still in Battle Royale to this day while others are collecting dust in a crowded locker.
Not all Fortnite skins are created equal. Today, we’re looking at the Fortnite tier 100 skins and ranking them from worst to best. Let us know your opinions in the comments!
16. Vendetta: Season 9
The Vendetta is my least-favorite tier 100 skin of the bunch. The non-upgraded version is lame and the final stage leaves a lot to be desired.
This one was one of the most uninspired tier 100 skin, in my opinion. It doesn’t look very good, either, which is why it’s placed at the bottom of our rankings.
15. Ice King: Season 7
The Ice King is a skin you’ll hardly ever see in a modern Fortnite match. It’s not the ugliest skin we’ve gotten as a tier 100 reward, but it isn’t far off.
The reason this is so low, though, has to do with the size. This skin is massive and clunky, making you feel like an easy target when you’re wearing it.
14. Ultima Knight: Season X
The Ultima Knight is, simply, an addition to the OG Black Knight that ranks much higher in this list. This is a poor man’s Black Knight and everyone knows it.
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Not only is the skin unoriginal, but it’s large and clunky when you rank it up. Anyone who already has the Black Knight won’t be rocking this version into battle
13. Dire: Season 6
The Dire skin is one of the cooler skin concepts Epic has added as a tier 100 skin. The werewolf skin, while interesting, is probably among the least popular skins you’ll see in the game.
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The base skin is boring and the upgraded version is too big – two ingredients that lead to a bottom-half ranking.
12. Ragnarok: Season 5
The Ragnarok skin sits right in the middle of the pack. It’s not horrible, but it’s not great, either. The upgraded skin is a little busy for my taste, so I take everything off and roll with the topless bald man.
11. Fusion: Chapter 2, Season 1
The Fusion from Fortnite Chapter 2 is decent but relatively boring. You’d be hard-pressed to find a player still wearing this skin – especially since there were far better options in the same Battle Pass.
I had this one high on my original rankings (from C2S1) but time has knocked it down to just inside the top-10.
10. Rick Sanchez : Chapter 2 Season 7
Being able to play as Rick Sanchez is pretty cool seeing as he’s the most iconic character in one of the most popular animated series in recent history. His unique cell-shaded style makes him stand out from other skins, and his smug look makes it seem like every elimination is a cakewalk.
Rick is lower on the list because of his lack of utility and inevitable plummet in popularity in a few seasons. His cartoon style makes him stick out like a sore thumb in-game. His head is a massive target. And players will likely only use this skin for the next season or so.
9. Omega: Season 4
The Omega skin suffers from many of the problems as of the other bottom-half skins: it’s unathletic. That is until you take all of the armor off of the outfit.
I rock this skin stripped-down, just as I prefer the Ragnarok skin. It looks sleeker and cooler that way, in my opinion. The base Omega skin squeaks it into the top-10 – especially since you can change the color on the stripped-down version.
8. Mandalorian: Chapter 2 Season 5
This might be a controversial placement, but I’m not a huge fan of the Mandalorian skin. Fans of the show will probably like it more, but it didn’t really do it for me.
Sure, the customization options are there, but you’ll never go back to the pre-upgraded armor like you could with some of the other tier-100 skins. Baby Yoda is a hit, but the Mando skin leaves a lot to be desired.
7. Luxe: Season 8
The Luxe was the number-one tier 100 skin in my book for a long time. This is one of the only tier 100 skins that I still regularly wear when I play Fortnite, and one of only two female skins in the group.
The real reason this one ranks so highly is the back bling. Those golden wings are at least the second-best back bling reward in any Battle Pass.
6. The Reaper: Season 3
For some, the Reaper is going to be a number-one tier 100 Battle Pass skin. I understand this argument, but I never liked it, myself.
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There were some bugs during Season 3 that caused Epic to hand everyone several Battle Pass tiers for free. The result was that almost everyone who bought the Season 3 Battle Pass got the Reaper skin, which is one of the reasons I never really liked it.
Despite my personal bias, I recognize that Season 3 was the golden age of Fortnite and this skin brings back the feels. It’s well-deserving of a top-five finish.
5. Spire Assassin: Chapter 2 Season 6
The Spire Assassin is the latest tier-100 skin added to Fortnite in Season 6, and it jumped right to the top-five in my rankings. This skin comes close to the best we’ve seen in Chapter 2, but it’s too early to tell.
It’s always hard to rank a skin while the season is currently underway, but I’m betting that Spire Assassin will be a common sight on the Fortnite island long after Season 6 concludes.
4. Eternal Knight: Chapter 2, Season 3
The Eternal Knight is a strong contender for the best tier-100 skin in the history of Fortnite. All of the variants are cool and unique and the customizable pickaxe is another huge point in favor of the outfit.
Along with only a few others on this list, the Eternal Knight is still a common sight on the Fortnite island. As long as players are still wearing the skin, it deserves a high placement on this list.
3. Midas: Chapter 2, Season 2
Midas remains a favorite of a lot of Fortnite players, whether you’re using his Ghost, Shadow, or all-gold version.
The Midas skin is the best of both worlds. He’s slender, which means he doesn’t take up much of your screen, but he’s still a cool and interesting character whose outfit goes well with a lot of different combinations.
2. Iron Man: Chapter 2 Season 4
Come on, it’s Iron Man. This is how you do a tier-100 crossover skin, and the Mandalorian was a huge step back from Tony Stark in the previous season.
With one skin, you get both Iron Man and Tony Stark – which you can switch between in-game. If you leveled up the Battle Pass, you can also play as Gold, Silver, or Holographic Iron Man/Tony Stark. It’s hard to see this as anything less than a top-rated skin.
1. Black Knight: Season 2
I know, I know. The Black Knight isn’t technically a Tier 100 skin. It’s a final-tier Battle Pass skin, though, so it’s worth including on this list.
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The Black Knight is the classic. It’s the OG. Wearing one of these skins doesn’t mean that you’re good, but it does mean that you’ve been playing the game for a long time.
The Black Knight takes the number-one spot because it’s one of the most aesthetically pleasing final-tier skins we’ve ever received. It’s not my personal favorite, but it carries a certain amount of significance for OG Fortnite players.
What’s your number-one tier 100 Fortnite skin? Let us know in the comments.
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