Fortnite cosmetics are always in demand and create healthy competition among those who own them in their lockers. Ever since the first Fortnite season, players have been actively purchasing these cosmetics from the Item Shop and sporting them as exclusives.
Amongst those, Fortnite skins are often bought by players who love refreshing their appearance or flexing their extremely rare outfits. Over the years, many have bought several skins that are either inspired by popular culture or were created by Epic's team of artists.
Skins are commonly brought back to the item shop in rotation so that players have an equal chance of owning them by spending their precious V-Bucks. However, some skins haven't been available for a long time and remain exclusive to those who claimed them earlier.
These outfits make an account highly valuable amongst players and those involved in selling accounts in the black market scene. However, here are the top 10 skins that can make your Fortnite account highly valuable.
The Reaper, Omega, and more skins that make your Fortnite account highly coveted
10) Black Widow (Comic version)
Last seen 1352 days ago in the Item Shop, Black Widow remains the rarest Marvel skin in Fortnite to date. It was released in Chapter 1, Season 8, in 2019 during the Avengers: Infinity War collab in-game.
The outfit features a classic black and red suit and comes with a pickaxe, backbling, and a special Widow's Pirouette emote. Those who bought it for 1500 V-Bucks back in 2019 still flex with this as the rarest skin in their lockers.
9) Double Helix
The only skin worth $400, Double Helix is an exclusive outfit for those who bought a Nintendo Switch Console back in 2018. The outfit wasn't ever released in the Item Shop, and only console owners could redeem its attached code.
Sadly, there are no active codes for the skin anymore at present. Those who own the skin in their Fortnite locker flex it proudly.
8) Golden Peely
The gold variant of Agent Peely (known as Golden Peely) can be unlocked upon reaching level 300 across the Chapter 2 Season 2 Battle Pass in Fortnite. The grind to redeem the skin was so demanding that players had to consistently complete challenges and level up.
However, only a few achieved the super level and become proud owners of this gold variant.
7) Special Forces
Last seen 1454 days ago, Special Ops is one of the OG Fortnite skins released in Chapter 1 Season 1 in the Item Shop and is worth 1200 V-Bucks. Although the skin looks quite basic, its exclusivity is justified by its rarity.
Fortnite players with this skin in their lockers usually consider themselves veterans and like to flex it amongst beginners.
Last seen 965 days ago in the Item Shop, Rue is probably the only Fortnite outfit that was seen twice in the shop and never made a return. Additionally, the skin was recently banned due to its references to N*zi-style attire.
It probably won't make a return to the Item Shop. Those who grabbed this skin early for 1200 V-Bucks consider themselves lucky, as it imbues their accounts with a bit more value.
5) Astro Jack
The Astronomical-themed Astro Jack skin was last seen 995 days ago in the Item Shop and was released during the Travis Scott event in April 2020 during Chapter 2 Season 2.
After Epic announced a possible ban on Travis Scott outfit due to certain controversies at his concert, the probability of Astro Jack's return turned to zero. Worth 2000 V-Bucks, owners of the skin consider it an extremely rare and valuable addition to their locker.
4) Travis Scott
Travis Scott is one of the rarest Icon Series outfits that exist in Fortnite and was last seen in the Item Shop 995 days ago during Chapter 2 Season 2, during the rapper's Astronomical Live Event in-game.
However, last year ahead of the unfortunate events that took place at one of Travis' concerts, Epic announced that they were offering refunds on the skin, and it was speculated that it would be banned permanently.
Hence, the supposed ban on the skin makes it extremely rare for those who didn't refund it. Owners imbue it with a significant value worth 1500 V-Bucks.
3) Omega (All styles)
Omega was released as a max tier 100 skin in the Chapter 1 Season 4 Battle Pass. Players could unlock all five styles and available colors in the skin by slowly progressing across their Battle Pass.
During the release of this outfit, Fortnite was progressively gaining popularity. That said, not many were able to buy Omega with selectable styles.
However, those who do are considered OGs, which makes their account highly valuable.
2) The Reaper
The Reaper (commonly known as OG John Wick) is a legendary outfit that was a tier 100 skin of the Chapter 1 Season 3 Battle Pass. During that time, only a few owned the Battle Pass.
The John Wick-inspired skin is, however, considered extremely rare and OG in current times and strikes fear in opponents. Those who house this outfit in their lockers have gained a remarkable asset.
1) Renegade Raider
The rarest and oldest Fortnite Item Shop skin that was last seen 1861 days ago, Renegade Raider was released in Chapter 1 Season 1 and hasn't returned to the Item Shop ever again.
Players often buy accounts with this skin, as it is the most coveted acquisition they can have. An account with this 1200 V-Bucks skin is considered extremely valuable, and gamers would have to pay an insane amount to purchase it.