We are now in the ninth season of Fortnite and each Season has brought a stash of new exclusive Outfits to the game. We’d like to share our opinions on which are the best and which are the absolute worst.
Epic Games could not have imagined the immense success that Fortnite would achieve. In fact, at first, the whole game’s launch seemed like a failure. Of course, that all changed with the release of the Battle Royale mode.
As the BR experience developed, Epic decided to start adding ‘Seasons’ and ‘Outfits’ to the mix. As it turns out, we all loved the idea and couldn’t stop buying these artistic wonders since.
Now, we want to take a look at the Battle Pass Outfits specifically and give the a proper ranking. You might not agree with every placement, but the list is still a great trip down memory lane! Let’s start…there’s a lot of them.
There are 56 Fortnite Battle Pass skins in total as of Season 9. (Images are courtesy of ProGameGuides).
Top 10 Seasonal Battle Pass Outfits
10. Calamity – Season 6 Battle Pass
Calamity marked a bit of an evolution of Fortnite Battle Skins. Styles were just becoming a staple and Calamity had many more than other skins. Along with the Western themes and dynamic cloak mechanics, we had to include her in the Top 10.
9. Bunker Jonesy – Season 9 Battle Pass
Bunker Jonesy gets onto our Top 10 due to two reasons. One, the slightly comical art design. And two, his progressive role in the Fortnite story. Lore isn’t the main part of Fortnite, but the background story has already interested us. Jonesy embodies the player on their journey through the world.
8. Rox – Season 9 Battle Pass
Rox is a recent outfit added in Season 9’s Battle Pass. The striking visual design of the neo-futuristic garments matches well with the Season’s themes. It may just be the hype for Cyberpunk 2077 talking, but Rox rocks!
7. Demi – Season 9 Battle Pass
While the model for Demi has been used in the past, the design of this Season 9 outfit is superb. While the other skins show the obvious and eccentric sides of the future, Demi displays the less flamboyant. The robotic arm cleanly compliments the rest of her and the headset brings a nice touch as well. You can see the inspiration from Ada Wong too.
6. Ice King – Season 7 Battle Pass
Season 7’s iceberg changed Fortnite’s landscape forever and we still fear the Ice King’s wrath. Speaking of inspiration from other franchises, it’s safe to say that the art designer has played a bit of World of Warcraft. Who would win in a fight, the Ice King or the Lich King?
5. Rook – Season 5 Battle Pass
While many of the entries on this list come from criminal or ‘evil’ background, Rook’s a straight shooter. Desk duty wasn’t the life she’d expected, so she decided to jump into field work. The shotgun shells signal that she’s ready for a fight!
4. The Reaper – Season 3 Battle Pass
No matter what Donald Mustard might say, The Reaper IS John Wick. When the skin released in Season 3, many players simply bought the whole Battle Pass just to play him day one. The black on black on slate black design looks perfect for ‘sweaty’ players.
3. Ember – Season 8 Battle Pass
The second we saw an elf in Fortnite, we had to have it. An elf that controls the power of fire with her hands? Yeah, that’s worth the price. The contrasting color of her dark skin and white hair make for a intense character with depth.
2. Black Knight – Season 2 Battle Pass
Ok, the Black Knight is not the most intricate skin ever released, but he was a sign of things to come. In Season 2, when you saw a Black Knight, you knew the player wasn’t playing around. The red glow, the accents on his chest, and the medieval style all combine into a masterwork.
1. Lynx – Season 7 Battle Pass
Lynx had to be our number 1 pick for several reasons. First, the Outfit has dramatically different looks between the early and late Stages. Second, the sleek body armor of the Fortnite’s Black Panther looks incredibly clean and meticulously designed. When you play as Lynx, you actually feel like you gain a newfound ability to traverse fights with deadly grace.
Battle Pass Outfits Ranks 11-56
11. Sun Strider – Season 5
12. Omega – Season 4
13. Dusk – Season 6
14. Drift – Season 5
15. Elite Agent – Season 3
16. Ragnarok – Season 5
17. DJ Yonder – Season 6
18. Valor – Season 4
19. Fable – Season 6
20. Powder – Season 7
21. Peely – Season 8
22. Hybrid – Season 8
23. Dark Voyager – Season 3
24. Carbide – Season 4
25. Redline – Season 5
26. Zenith – Season 7
27. Teknique – Season 4
28. Blackheart – Season 8
29. Vega – Season 9
30. Dire – Season 6
31. Master Key – Season 8
32. Blue Squire – Season 2
33. A.I.M. – Season 6
34. Royale Knight – Season 2
35. The Prisoner – Season 7
36. Sidewinder – Season 8
37. Luxe – Season 8
38. Vendetta – Season 9
40. Rust Lord – Season 3
41. Trog – Season 7
42. Enforcer – Season 5
43. Sparkle Specialist – Season 2
44. Zoey – Season 4
45. Huntress – Season 5
46. Mission Specialist – Season 3
47. Moonwalker – Season 3
48. Onesie – Season 7
49. The Visitor – Season 4
50. Squad Leader – Season 4
51. Sledgehammer – Season 5
52. Battlehawk – Season 4
53. Sentinel – Season 9
54. Giddy-Up – Season 6
55. Sgt. Winter – Season 7
56. Nightshade – Season 6
Why Fortnite Sideways Anomalies are insanely overpowered
The new Sideways Anomalies in Fortnite Season 8 are ridiculously overpowered. Here is how players can use them to their advantage.
The new Sideways Anomalies introduced at the start of Fortnite Season 8 are ridiculously overpowered. Here’s why you need to be visiting these anomalies.
Fortnite Season 8 is off to a weird start. Where the past few seasons had themes that were easy to understand, Season 8 is a black swan.
With Cubed being the Season 8 title theme, a bunch of Kevin Cubes have popped up all over the map. Like in Chapter 1, these cubes roll around the map leaving destruction in their wake. But there’s even more to this season’s madness.
Epic Games also threw in the new Sideways biomes. These are zit-lit bubbles that appear on the map that are infested with dangerous creatures. However, the Sideways Anomalies are smaller biomes that are game-changing additions to Fortnite.
What are Sideways Anomalies in Fortnite?
There are two ways players can enter The Sideways in Fortnite Season 8. The first and most popular is via The Sideways biome that appears on one of the POIs at the start of every match. These biomes do not disappear, and they are heavily populated by players and monsters.
However, The Sideways biomes are not as accessible or rewarding as the Sideways Anomalies. Sideways Anomalies appear as purple rift-like markers on the map, and there are three on the map at all times.
When approached, the rifts will expand and create a smaller Sideways biome. Cube Monsters will begin to spawn, and players will be able to spend a small amount of time inside the anomaly before it closes. Once the Sideways Anomaly closes, another one will appear on the map.
Why Sideways Anomalies overpowered
Aside from the larger Sideways biome, players tend to ignore the Fortnite Sideways Anomalies. However, players should visit every Sideways Anomaly they can. Here’s a list of reasons players should visit the Sideways Anomalies.
- Siphon health from Cube Monster eliminations
- Easily get max ammo from Cube Monsters
- Easy way to get Mythic Sideways Weapons
Every time a player kills a Cube Monster, they will gain health and shield. And since the Cube Monsters are easy to kill, players can get full health and shield super quickly. As well, Cube Monsters drop a lot of ammo when eliminated.
Players can also get overpowered Mythic Sideways weapons after visiting 1 or 2 Sideways Anomalies. But what makes these so overpowered is the small number of players that visit them.
Yes, you can get all of these benefits from the large Sideways biomes, but it’s unlikely that you’ll encounter an opponent at Fortnite Sideways Anomalies. Having a biome all to yourself takes the edge off of getting geared up.
Are you a fan of the new Sideways biomes, and have you tried the Sideways Weapons yet? Let us know your thoughts on our FortniteINTEL Twitter page.
For more Fortnite, check out where to find every Mythic weapon in Season 8, and stay tuned for more news and guides.
When Fortnite Season 9 starts and Chapter 2 Season 8 ends
Here is when Fortnite Season 8 ends and Chapter 2 Season 9 starts. The season is off to a wild start, and it’s only going to get crazier.
Fortnite Season 8 just started, but it might not be your cup of tea. Here is when Fortnite Season 8 ends and Season 9 starts.
Fortnite Season 7 was out of this world in the most literal sense. But Fortnite Season 8 is even wilder. From a map filled with cubes to mysterious alternate realities, it’s already surpassed Season 7 on the crazy scale.
But that doesn’t mean Season 8 is for everyone. Some players are already asking when Fortnite Season 8 ends and season 9 starts. This article will answer both those questions and more!
Whether you love or hate the new season, you might be wondering when the next one will start.
When Does Fortnite Season 8 End?
Fortnite Season 8 will end on December 5, 2021. This will allow for Fortnite Season 9 to start just-in-time for the annual Holiday event.
Since Fortnite is reaching a climactic point in its overarching storyline, players can expect an end-of-season event. Fortnite Season 7 featured an interactive experience, and a similar event will likely be held at the end of Season 8.
When Does Fortnite Season 9 Start?
Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 9 will start on December 6, 2021. Keeping with the recent trend, Fortnite Season start the day after the current season ends. It wouldn’t make sense for Epic Games to delay the start of Season 9 past December 6th.
Fortnite has made a habit recently of jumping from one season to the next with no breaks in between. There will likely be some downtime between Season 8 and 9, and it could be as long as 13 hours like the end of Season 7.
Is There a Fortnite Season 8 Live Event?
As of right now, we don’t know. We likely won’t know anything about a live event until close to the end of Fortnite Season 8. However, we will keep this article updated with the latest information.
What Season is Fortnite on?
Fortnite is currently in Chapter 2 Season 8. This is the eighth season of the second chapter which started after Chapter 1 Season 10. While most players refer to this season as “Season 8”, it’s technically Season 18.
As well, the Fortnite Crew Pack is starting a storyline connected to Midas that will span the next three months. This is the same time frame that Fortnite Season 8 will take place. This means the new Fortnite season could be related to another one of Midas’ plans.
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We will keep you updated on when Fortnite Season 9 starts. For more Fortnite, check out every Alien Artifact location in Season 7 and stay tuned for more news and guides.
How to get Fortnite Inflate-A-Bulls and how to use them
Epic Games have added another disguise to Fortnite Season 8 following the v17.10 update, and they’re called Inflate-A-Bulls.
If you ever wanted to tip-toe around the Fortnite world hidden in a cow costume, well, now is your chance!
On July 13, 2021, Epic posted a new update on their official live blog, confirming the Inflate-A-Bull has been added to the game.
Now, you’re going to need to know how to use it, and where to find them – because they look like a lot of fun.
How to use Fortnite Inflate-A-Bull
Fortnite Inflate-A-Bulls can be attached to your back and can be – shock horror – inflated to bounce or roll away from dangerous scenarios.
Essentially, they may save your life during close gunfights.
Even if a player shoots your way and pops the inflatable, you will be protected from the damage.
Epic have also released a quick tip for players to follow as well, to get the most out of this strange disguise. They posted: “Tip: Rolling downhill with an Inflate-A-Bull is a LOT faster than just running downhill”.
Where to find Fortnite Inflate-A-Bull
These pesky disguises can be found in two ways: IO Chests and normal Chests.
However, there is one NPC on the Fortnite island selling these as well – Rick Sanchez. For those who don’t know, Sanchez can be found at the IO Base east of Weeping Woods (seen above).
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