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Top 15 Fortnite Skins Ranked (Season 9) – July 2019 | Gaming Tier List

Top 15 Fortnite Skins Ranked (Season 9) – July 2019

Here are the best of the best skins.

Fortnite has produced hundreds upon hundreds of different cosmetic items for players to enjoy. With that in mind, many players have a hard time sifting through all of their options when it comes to selecting a good skin to spend their resources on.

If you fall within this category, don’t fret. You can check out a ranking of the top 15 Fortnite skins down below.

15. Tricera Ops

A part of the Dino Guard set, Tricera Ops is a legendary skin that will set you back 2,000 V-Bucks in the Cash Shop. Equipped with a shiny dino suit, this costume is sure to attract attention from your fellow players.

14. Brite Bomber

The Brite Bomber outfit is a female-only, rare costume. As a part of the Sunshine and Rainbows set, the Brite Bomber has gleefully been bringing joy to players ever since its release.

13. Dark Bomber

This rare skin will set you back 1,200 V-Bucks in the cash shop. As a part of the Lighting and Thunderstorms set, this outfit is a big hit with Fortnite players.

12. Nog Ops

This Christmas themed outfit is uncommon, costing only 800 V-Bucks within the Cash Shop. This female-only skin is a massive hit during the holidays.

11. Omega

A legendary skin, you have to reach tier 100 in season four of the battle pass to get this outfit. A villainous attire, this outfit is part of the Omega set.

10. John Wick

As a promotional strategy for the film John Wick 3: Parabellum, an official John Wick skin was eventually placed within the game. This legendary skin costs 2,000 V-Bucks within the Cash Shop.

9. Sparkle Specialist

This epic skin is unlocked by reaching tier 56 in Season two of battle pass. A female-only outfit, this skin is part of the Fortnite Fever Set.

8. Elite Agent

An epic costume, the Elite Agent is earned by reaching Tier 87 in season three of battle pass. As a part of the Dark Vector set, this female costume is all the rage.

7. Raven

Known as the “brooding master of the dark skies,” the Raven is a legendary skin. If you want to grab this costume, you are going to have to spend 2,000 V-Bucks at the Cash Shop. As a part of the Nevermore set, this male outfit is incredibly popular.

6. Skull Trooper

For only 1,500 V-Bucks at the Cash Shop, you can get your hands on the Skull Trooper costume. An epic outfit, this skin was first introduced as part of the Fortnitemares update.

5. The Reaper

A reference to the film anti-hero John Wick, The Reaper is a legendary outfit that will command you some serious respect. The skin is unlocked by reaching Tier 100 in Season three of the battle pass.

4. Merry Marauder

For 1,500 V-Bucks at the Cash Shop, you can get your hands on this epic outfit. A Christmas themed wonder, this skin comes equipped with an incredible aesthetic that is only enhanced by the rest of the Gingerbread set.

3. Renegade Raider

This rare female Battle Pass outfit is a crowd favorite. Featuring a commando themed getup, this costume is sure to get other players’ attention. Better yet, this outfit is part of the Storm Scavenger set of gear.

This skin is available within the season one shop for 1,200 V-Bucks.

2. Ghoul Trooper

Introduced within the Fortnitemares update, the Ghoul Trooper is an Epic costume. This outfit will have you ready to shamble with the best of them. For only 1,500 V-Bucks, you can grab this costume in the Cash Shop.

1. Black Knight

Known as the “scourge of Wailing Woods,” the black knight is perhaps the single most sought after skin in Fortnite right now. And, it’s for good reason.

This is a legendary (male-only) outfit that is unlocked when you reach level 70 in Season two. A part of the Fort Knights set, this costume is sleek and unforgiving. If you want to show off to your friends, then you are going to have to get your hands on this outfit.

Hunter Boyce is a writer, which probably seems pretty obvious with "author" prominently displayed. He mostly writes about video games. However, he was previously a mixed martial arts news writer. When not writing about people pelting each other in the face or about leveling up in the latest RPG, he tends to spend his time as a web producer in Atlanta.

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