Fortnite has mastered the art of microtransactions in gaming. Players buy V-Bucks without a second thought, all to buy skins they can put into action on the island. These skins come in all shapes and sizes and cross a vast array of franchises. Movies and Comics have made their mark with skins from Naruto, DC, John Wick, Star Wars and more. Gaming has also made a huge wave with Fortnite skins for Horizon Zero Dawn, God of War and Street Fighter.
The most plentiful of all the Fortnite skin pools, though, is Marvel. All Fortnite Marvel skins come at a price, or through the Fortnite Battle Pass, and there are so many to choose from. Not only that, but plenty come with edit styles to unlock through quests or levels. Even Fortnite leaked Marvel skins exist, with rumors of Galactus coming soon!
That being said, here is a list of all Fortnite Marvel skins you can play right now:
Ant-Man aka Scott Lang, first appeared in Marvel comic books, and eventually got his own movie, Ant-Man, in 2015. From there, the sequel Ant-Man and the Wasp was released in 2018. Eventually, Marvel comic fans got what they were waiting for when we saw the character come to Avengers: Endgame in 2019.
In March 2021, Fortnite Chapter 1 Season 5, the Fortnite Ant-Man skin finally appeared in the shop after much teasing from Epic Games. He was originally in the shop for 1500 V-Bucks. The Fortnite Ant-Man bundle sells for 1800 V-bucks and comes with a Toothpick Pickaxe, and a Back Bling of Ant-Tonio. With Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania coming in 2022, I would bet we will see the Ant-Man Fortnite skin back in the shop soon.
Black Panther Skin
The Black Panther movie was released in 2018, and Marvel fans went crazy. The titular actor, Chadwick Boseman rose to instant stardom, and the character took off. Unfortunately, in August 2020, Boseman tragically passed away from cancer at the age of 43. In December of the same year, Chapter 2 Season 4, the Fortnite Black Panther skin was released in the Fortnite Marvel Royalty and Warriors pack.
For $24.99 instead of V-Bucks, Fortnite offered up the Black Panther skin, Captain Marvel skin and Taskmasker skin bundled together. In the bundle, you get the Kinetically Charged edit style, Wakandan Skyrider Glider, Vibranium Daggers Pickaxe, and the King Cowl’s Back Bling with Kinetically Charged edit style.
Black Widow Outfit
Black Widow is one of the most badass women in the Marvel universe, so much so that there have been two Black Widow Fortnite Marvel skins released, Black Widow in Chapter 1 Season 8, and Black Widow (Snow Suit) in Chapter 2 Season 4, each for 1500 V-Bucks on their own.
The original Black Widow skin came out in April 2019 and is a solid black suit with two edit styles, blonde or red. As part of the Fortnite Avengers Set, the Black Widow Bundle comes with the Black Widow skin, along with the Widow’s Bite harvesting tools, Widow’s Pack Back Bling, and Widow’s Pirouette Emote. The Black Widow skin was the first Marvel skin in Fortnite.
The Black Widow (Snow Suit) skin came out later, in November 2020, and is part of the Black Widow bundle for 2200 V-Bucks. This Fortnite Black Widow set features the Widow’s Light Backpack, and the set includes Widow’s Fangs Pickaxes and the Widowmaker Glider.
Blade basically started the entire MCU, so he definitely couldn’t be left out of the Fortnite Marvel skins. It made its first appearance in September 2020, Chapter 2 Season 3, in the Item Shop, and it comes back pretty frequently, last seeing it in December 2021.
The Blade Fortnite skin sells for a whopping 2000 V-Bucks with a jacket edit style. You can also buy the Blade skin in a bundle for 2300 V-Bucks which features the Dayflier Glider, Sword of the Daywalker Back Bling and Pickaxe, and Daywalkers Kata Emote.
The Cable Fortnite Skin first showed up in April 2020, during Chapter 2 Season 2. The skin was originally part of the X-Force set, purchasable alongside Psylocke and Domino for 3000 V-Bucks.
You can buy the Cable skin on its own for 1500 V-Bucks or as part of the set when it pops back up in the shop. The full X-Force peripherals set is an extra 2500 V-Bucks and will get you the Cable Cloak Back Bling and Unstoppable Force Pickaxe along with Psylocke and Domino’s extras.
Can you really create Fortnite Marvel skins without including Captain America? I think not. The Captain America Fortnite skin jumped into the game in July 2020, Chapter 2 Season 3. The All-American soldier will set you back a solid 2000 V-Bucks.
The good news? Fortnite’s Captain America skin includes the Proto-Adamantium Back Bling that Cap rips off his back and uses as a Harvesting Tool. The two-in-one item comes with the Captain America skin, so you get a good deal for your V-Bucks.
The Captain Marvel Fortnite skin made its first appearance in December 2020 as the second half of the Fortnite Marvel Royalty and Warriors Pack. This skin works a little differently than most, as it has only been released in the set, and costs money, not V-Bucks.
Alongside the Black Panther Fortnite skin, Taskmaster skin and extras, for $24.99 you can get the Captain Marvel skin plus the Empowered Variant Style, Alpha Staff Pickaxe, Power of Mar-Vell Glider, and the Kree Backplate Back Bling with Empowered Style.
In Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 8, players were first introduced to the Carnage skin featuring two edit styles, Default and Maximum Carnage. This was released in September 2021 as the tier 100 Battle Pass skin. In the same season, we were introduced to Fortnite Skins like Charlotte, Kor, and Torin.
Because the Fortnite Marvel skin for Carnage was a part of the Battle Pass, players cannot buy it for V-Bucks or money. However, we have seen the Carnage peripherals in the shop as a set for 800 V-Bucks. These include the Tendrils of Venom Back Bling and Symbiotic Sail.
Hawkeye swooped into Fortnite in Chapter 3 Season 1 alongside Kate Bishop. Their release came not long after the popular Disney+ show, Hawkeye, staying in line with celebrating the MCU and bringing us the Clint Barton skin. These skins are not sold separately, and you can buy the Hawkeye Bundle, which includes both skins, for 2400 V-Bucks.
The Hawkeye Set includes both the Clint Barton Fortnite skin, plus the Kate Bishop skin and their cosmetics. There are six in total, Arsenal Back Bling, Kate’s Quiver Back Bling, Pickross Bow Harvesting Tool, Taut Slicer Harvesting Tool, Aerial Archer Glider and Hawkeye’s Loading Screen.
Though Cuddlepool isn’t strictly a complete Marvel Fortnite skin, he is an adorable take on the Deadpool skin. The Cuddlepool skin was a part of the Deadpool Mashups bundle purchasable for 2000 V-Bucks, or each skin sold for 1500 V-Bucks separately.
Cuddlepool comes with Cuddlepool’s Bow Back Bling, and the whole bundle also features the Ravenpool skin and Ravepool’s Cage Back Bling. The skin is a mix between the popular Fortnite skin Cuddle Team Leader and Deadpool.
Fortnite dove into Hell’s Kitchen in October 2020 when it introduced the Daredevil skin. This one came in a bundle for 2200 V-Bucks or solo for 1500 V-Bucks in Chapter 2 Season 4.
The Daredevil bundle features the Daredevil’s Billy Clubs Pickaxe, Radar Senses Back Bling and The Devil’s Wings Glider. The Daredevil Fortnite skin has two edit styles, Default and the Illustrated edit style, but fans online are hoping to see the original Daredevil black suit from Season 1 of the series.
In November 2021 the Dark Phoenix Fortnite skin was released, almost two years after the film Dark Phoenix which was released in June 2019. It first appeared in Chapter 2 Season 8, costing 1500 V-Bucks. The Dark Phoenix skin has been in and out of the Item Shop a few times since its release.
For an additional 300 V-Bucks, players can purchase the Rising Phoenix Emote. Included with the Dark Phoenix skin is The Phoenix Force Back Bling and the Wrath of the Phoenix Loading Screen.
As mentioned above, there is indeed a Deadpool Fortnite skin. This skin first showed up in Chapter 2 Season 2, and you cannot buy it with V-Bucks or money. The Deadpool skin was a reward after completing the Deadpool challenges that were released that season.
The Deadpool set features 14 items, two of which are the Cuddlepool and Ravenpool skins. Other pieces of the set include Deadpool’s Katanas Back Bling and Merc Weapon Wrap. Some Deadpool extras can be found in the shop from time to time, like the Deadpool Gear Bundle for 2000 V-Bucks and the Chimichanga! Emote for 300 V-Bucks.
The Doctor Doom skin launched into Fortnite in Chapter 2 Season 4. Unfortunately, for new players, this skin was the Battle Pass tier 76 reward and can no longer be purchased for money or V-Bucks.
In the same Battle Pass, there were plenty of extras to go with the Doctor Doom Fortnite Skin. The Doom’s Cowl Back Bling, Staff of Doom Harvesting Tool, and Victory Von Doom Emote are just a few of the extras that could be earned that season.
Chapter 3 Season 2 of Fortnite is the most recent season, and with it brought the Doctor Strange Fortnite skin. The skin jumped into Fortnite ahead of the film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness releasing on May 6, 2022.
Like other Battle Pass skins, Doctor Strange will not be available to purchase for V-Bucks or for money and costs 9 Battle Stars to unlock with the new Battle Star system. The Spellwork Scimitar Harvesting Tool, Book of Cagliostro Back Bling, and Mandala Disk Glider are all a part of the Doctor Strange set as well.
The Domino Fortnite Marvel skin appeared in April 2020, in the X-Force set alongside the Cable skin and Psylocke skin. Chapter 2 Season 2 was when the pack first arrived in the Item Shop, costing 3000 V-Bucks.
The Fortnite Domino skin can be bought separately for 1500 V-Bucks. Additionally, the X-Force Gear Bundle can be purchased for 2500 V-Bucks. Domino’s extras include the Probability Daggers Harvesting Tool and Domino Pack Back bling.
This is one of the newer Fortnite skins. The Eddie Brock skin came to be in September 2021, Chapter 2 Season 8, and costs the premium price of 2000 V-Bucks. This skin also comes in the Venom Bundle which can be purchased for 2800 V-Bucks when it’s back in the shop!
The Eddie Brock Fortnite skin comes with the Tendrils of Venom Back Bling, the Symbiote Scythe Harvesting Tool, and the Venom Unleashed Emote. The Venom Bundle comes loaded with goodies too, like the Tendril Tote Back Bling and the We Are Venom Emote.
What is a Fortnite Marvel skin list without the fan-favorite character, Gambit? The Gambit skin came to the Item Shop in February 2022, Chapter 2 Season 9 and there are a couple of ways to buy it. The Gambit Fortnite skin can be purchased on its own for 1500 V-Bucks.
Additionally, you can purchase the Gambit skin for 2100 V-Bucks in the Rogue & Gambit Bundle, which also includes the Rogue Fortnite skin. You can also purchase the Rogue & Gambit Gear Bundle for 1800 V-Bucks which includes Gambit’s Kinetic Cards Back Bling and LeBeau’s Bo Pickaxe Deal ‘em Out Emote.
Everyone’s favorite green hero, Gamora, made her way into Fortnite last summer in August 2021. Chapter 2 Season 7 brought the Gamora Fortnite skin to the Item Shop for 1500 V-Bucks. You could also purchase the Gamora Bundle for 2200 V-Bucks gaining you the Gamora’s Cloak Back Bling, The Godslayer Harvesting Tool, and Godslayer Glideboard Glider.
Players who participated in the Gamora Cup that season had the chance to win the Gamora Fortnite skin before players were able to purchase it as well. The Gamora skin is also a part of the Guardians of the Galaxy set alongside the Star-Lord Skin.
Next up on the list is good ol’ Johnny Blaze, Ghost Rider. The Fortnite Ghost Rider skin showed up in November 2020, Chapter 2 Season 4. This was another skin that could be won for free during this season in the Ghost Rider Cup, ahead of its premiering in the shop.
The Fortnite Ghost Rider skin will ring up to 1500 V-Bucks on its own, or 2200 V-Bucks for the Ghost Rider bundle. The bundle includes Infernal Chain Back Bling, Ghost Glider Glider, Soulfire Chains Harvesting Tool, and the Skull Fire Weapon Wrap.
Our second green friend on the Fortnite Marvel Skins list is Green Goblin. This skin joined Fortnite in January 2021, Chapter 2 Season 9. Obviously, the Green Goblin skin is the center of the Green Goblin set.
When it pops up in the Item Shop, you can buy the Green Goblin Fortnite skin for 1500 V-Bucks. It is also available in the Green Goblin Bundle for 2100 V-Bucks with the Pumpkin Bomb Back Bling, Arm The Pumpkin! Emote, Goblin Glider Glider, Attack of the Goblin Loading Screen and Pumpkin P’axe Harvesting Tool.
What I assume is the (second) tallest Marvel Fortnite Skin, Groot, stepped onto the island in August 2020. Chapter 2 Season 4 brought the Fortnite Groot skin in its Battle Pass, so he is another of the Fortnite Marvel skins that is not available anymore.
During Chapter 2 Season 4, Groot challenges were available. Through these, you could unlock plenty of items in the Groot set, including the Sapling Groot Back Bling, Battle Brother Emote, Sap Light Contrails, Sap wrap, Groot’s Sap Axes Pickaxes and Root Wing glider.
Fortnite has been catering to Battle Pass buyers, making Battle Pass exclusive Marvel skins, including Jennifer Walters. In Chapter 2 Season 4, the Jennifer Walters Fortnite skin was released, unlockable at level 22, bringing the Jennifer Walters challenges to light.
There are two edit styles for the Jennifer Walters skin, and She-Hulk isn’t one of them. Her alter ego is accessed through an in-game Emote. The edit styles are Default and Crimson Jennifer Walters. You can also unlock the Gamma Overload Emote, Verdant Vascularity Wrap, Scales of Justice Back Bling, and Hammers of Justice Harvesting Tool.
The Kate Bishop Fortnite Skin is the other half of the Hawkeye Bundle, which includes the Clint Barton skin. This skin was introduced in Chapter 3 Season 1. Not only did Fortnite celebrate the MCU Hawkeye we know and love with this bundle, but they made the choice to celebrate Kate Bishop, who also takes on the Hawkeye name.
The Hawkeye Bundle costs 2400 V-Bucks in the Item Shop. This bundle includes the Clint Barton skin, Kate Bishop skin, Hawkeye’s Arsenal Back Bling, Kate’s Quiver Back Bling, Pickross Bow Harvesting Tool, Taut Slicer Harvesting Tool, Aerial Archer Glider, Hawkeyes Loading Screen.
The God of Mischief himself popped into Fortnite in June 2021, during Chapter 2 Season 7. The Loki Laufeyson Fortnite skin is unique in terms of Marvel Fortnite Skins. It is the only one released to date that came in the Fortnite Crew Pack.
The Fortnite Crew Pack is a monthly subscription for Fortnite players, giving them a unique skin and other goodies each month. With the Loki skin, players who purchased the Fortnite Crew Pack got the Loki Laufeyson Outfit, the Loki’s Cape Back Bling, Loki’s Scepter Pickaxe, the Chitauri Chariot Glider, and the Loki’s Welcoming Loading Screen.
Mary Jane Watson
Not long after introducing MJ, Fortnite brought in the old school Mary Jane Watson skin. She showed up in the Item Shop in March 2022, Chapter 3 Season 2. Players were excited about seeing a classic version of Mary Jane. There can never be too many MJ’s.
If No Way Home taught us anything, it’s that every version of Spider-Man has his MJ. The Mary Jane Watson skin will set you back 1500 V-Bucks. She comes equipped with the Web Shredder Back Bling AND Pickaxe, a guitar that she pulls off her back to break down barriers.
MJ (No Way Home)
Celebrating the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Fortnite introduced the MJ (No Way Home) skin. In December 2021, Chapter 2 Season 9, the No Way Home Bundle was introduced, featuring the MJ (No Way Home) skin and the Spider-Man (No Way Home) skin.
This is one of the bundles you can break up and buy each skin separately for 1500 V-Bucks. The No Way Home Bundle costs 2300 V-Bucks and includes both skins plus the No Way Homerun Harvesting Tool, Amazing Unmasking Emote, Spider-Man Icon Back Bling, and MJ’s Book Bag Back Bling.
Moon Knight is one of the hottest shows on Disney+ right now and Fortnite has definitely taken notice. The Fortnite Moon Knight skin showed up in the Item Shop in April 2022, Chapter 3 Season 2. After five successful episodes of the Marvel series, the Moon Knight season finale will be airing on May 4, 2022, so the release of this Marvel Fortnite skin was timed just right.
The Moon Knight Fortnite skin features three edit styles, Moon Knight, Moon Knight (Cape Off) and Mr. Knight, and it is a part of the Moon Knight set. Costing 1500 V-Bucks, the Moon Knight skin includes the Moon Knight’s Cloak Back Bling. For an additional 500 V-Bucks, the Crescent Darts Harvesting Tool is also available.
Not to be confused with Raven from the DC Universe who is also in Fortnite, Raven Darkholme joined Fortnite in August 2020, Chapter 2 Season 4 with the Mystique skin. She was, again, a Battle Pass skin. So, if you weren’t around in 2020, you’re out of luck. The Fortnite Mystique Skin was unlocked at Battle Pass level 80, unlocking the Mystique Challenges.
Here, you could unlock a wide array of gear, including the Shapeshifter Emote, which allows you to actually transform into your kill à la Mystique. You could also unlock Mystique’s Skull Back Bling, Gilded Morphic Blades Harvesting Tool and the Morphic Blue Weapon Wrap.
The head of S.H.I.E.L.D. is alive and well in Fortnite, and ready to oversee our Avengers. The Nick Fury skin was first introduced in November 2021, Chapter 2 Season 8. You can find him in the Item Shop for 1500 V-Bucks, or in the Nick Fury Bundle for 2000.
The bundle includes Nick Fury skin, Director’s Scythe Harvesting Tool, Field Pack Back Bling, Quinjets in Flight Loading Screen, First Strike Infiltration Glider. As the head of S.H.I.E.L.D. it makes sense that this would be a part of the S.H.I.E.L.D. Set.
The Prowler skin in Fortnite is the second Marvel Battle Pass skin released during Chapter 3 Season 2. Premiering in March 2022, Prowler is the villain to go along with our hero Doctor Strange this season.
Because the Prowler skin is part of the Battle Pass, you will not be able to buy this in the Item Shop. Along with the built-in Slash and Smash Emote, you can gather enough Battle Stars and unlock the Prowler Tag Spray, Mark of the Prowler Weapon Wrap, Sky Prowler Glider, On the Prowl Loading Screen, Prowler’s Grasp Emoticon, and Energy Claw Harvesting Tool.
Also a part of the X-Force set, the Psylocke Fortnite skin appeared in April 2020, Chapter 2 Season 2. Psylocke can be purchased for 3000 V-Bucks in a bundle with Cable and Domino, or for 1500 V-Bucks on its own.
The Psylocke skin is enhanced with the X-Force Gear Bundle costing 2500 V-Bucks. Here you’ll find her Psi-Blade Pickaxe and Psi-Rider Glider. Her skin comes already loaded with the Shurayuki Back Bling.
All Fortnite Marvel Skins are collectibles, and that includes the off-brand versions like the Deadpool skin spin-off, Ravenpool. I know, he isn’t technically a Marvel character, but we couldn’t leave him out! The Fortnite Ravenpool skin costs 1500 V-Bucks when you can find it in the shop.
This skin is a part of the Deadpool Mashups Bundle that costs 2000 V-Bucks, where you can also get the Ravenpool’s Cage Back Bling. The Ravenpool skin first showed up in April 2020, during Chapter 2 Season 2.
Chapter 2 Season 9 was very busy with all the Fortnite Marvel skins released, and we can’t forget about the Rogue skin. This skin has only been available in the Rogue & Gambit bundle so far, which was released in February 2022. This two-skin bundle will cost 2100 V-Bucks when it comes back to the Item Shop.
There is an 1800 V-Buck Item Bundle as well, which will find you owning the Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters Back Bling, Holo X-Axe Pickaxe, Hands off! Emote and the Blackbird Glider.
Phase 4 of the MCU brought the film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings to theaters in September 2021. That same month, Fortnite revealed the Shang-Chi skin. Costing 1500 V-Bucks on its own, the Fortnite Shang-Chi skin is a part of the Master of Kung-Fu set.
You can also purchase the Shang-Chi Bundle for 1800 V-Bucks. This will get you the Great Protector’s Shield Back Bling, the Blades of Brother Hand Harvesting Tool and the Dragon Scale Weapon Wrap.
The Silver Surfer, aka Norrin Radd, surfed into Fortnite in August 2020, Chapter 2 Season 4. Clearly part of the Silver Surfer set, you can purchase this skin when it comes to the Item Shop for 1500 V-Bucks.
The Silver Surfer skin can also be obtained through the Silver Surfer Bundle, which will cost 2200 V-Bucks. In the bundle, you’ll find the Herald’s Star Back Bling, the Silver Surfer’s Surfboard Glider and the Silver Surfer Pickaxe Harvesting Tool alongside the Silver Surfer Fortnite skin.
What’s Mary Jane without her Spider-Man? The Fortnite Spider-Man Skin appeared in the Chapter 3 Season 1 Battle Pass in December 2021. Yes, another skin you won’t be able to buy. As always, the Battle Pass came with Spider-Man challenges, and the rewards from finishing them were plentiful.
Completing the Spider-man challenges will unlock the Neighborly Hang Emote, Loose Threads Contrails, Web-Head’s Knapsack Back Bling, Thwip Thwip Emote, Wallopin’ Web Hammer Harvesting Tool, Web-Slinging Loading Screen, Webslinger Weapon Wrap, Webchute Glider, Whatever a Spider Can Spray and the Spider Senses Tingling Emote. The Spider-Man skin also had two original edits, Default and the Symbiote Suit.
Spider-Man (No Way Home)
The same month that the Spider-Man Fortnite skin swung onto the Battle Pass, the Spider-Man (No Way Home) skin crawled into the Item Shop. December 2021 was full of Spidey! This version of Spider-Man can be bought for 1500 V-Bucks when you find it in the shop. He features the option to be Masked or Unmasked, or be in the Black & Gold suit or Red & Black Suit.
The Spider-Man (No Way Home) skin is also available in the No Way Home Bundle with the MJ (No Way Home) skin. It also comes with the No Way Homerun Harvesting Tool, Amazing Unmasking Emote, Spider-Man Icon Back Bling, and MJ’s Book Bag Back Bling.
Another member of the Guardians of the Galaxy was awarded a Fortnite skin, Star-Lord. The Star-Lord Fortnite skin showed up in the Item Shop waaaaay back in April 2019. Releasing in Chapter 1 Season 8, the Star-Lord skin is one of the oldest Marvel Fortnite skins.
On its own, the skin costs 1500 V-Bucks, but it can also be obtained in the Star-Lord Bundle for 2500 V-Bucks. The bundle includes the Star-Lord skin plus the Star-Lord Pack Back Bling, Dance Off Emote, The Milano Glider, and the Guardian Axe Harvesting Tool.
The Storm Fortnite skin takes us all the way back to August 2020, Chapter 2 Season 4. Yet another Battle Pass skin, the Storm skin is not available to purchase in the Item Shop. During its season, it could be unlocked at Battle Pass level 53, which also unlocked the Storm challenges.
Items in the Storm set that could also be unlocked include Gale Force Emote, Cloudburst Weapon Wrap, Storm Strike Contrails, Hand of Lightning Harvesting Tool, and the Gathering Storm Glider. The Fortnite Storm skin also includes two edit styles, Default and Punk Storm.
Taskmaster is another one of Marvel’s villains (or anti-hero, depending on your outlook) to get a skin in Fortnite. This skin won’t be available to buy in the Item Shop, as it came in the Fortnite Marvel Royalty and Warriors pack. The pack was sold for $24.99 and came with the Black Panther skin and Captain Marvel skin.
The Taskmaster skin was first sold in December 2020, Chapter 2 Season 4. The set not only comes with three skins, but also their cosmetics. For Taskmaster, you’ll receive the Mimic Shield Back Bling and the Copycat’s Sword Pickaxe.
Could it even be a Marvel list if Thanos didn’t make the list? The Thanos skin premiered in June 2021, Chapter 2 Season 7. The Mad Titan will cost you 1500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop the next time it shows up.
The Thanos skin comes with the Infinity Gauntlet Back Bling. After being a playable character in the Thanos LTM years prior, players were thrilled for Thanos to make his return to the game with his own Fortnite skin. Thanos is a part of The Mad Titan set.
The God of Thunder helps round out the Fortnite Marvel skin list and is perhaps my favorite of all Marvel Fortnite skins. Unfortunately, if you weren’t around in August 2020, you missed out on this one. The Thor skin was a Battle Pass skin in Chapter 2 Season 4, unlocking at level 1.
After purchasing the Battle Pass that season, Thor challenges were unlocked, bringing all the cosmetics the God of Thunder could need. The Thor challenges will unlock the Mjölnir Harvesting Tool, God of Thunder Emote, Bifrost Glow Contrails, Thor’s Cloak Back Bling, Starshine Weapon Wrap and the Mjolnir’s Path Glider. These are all a part of the Thor set, along with the Thor Fortnite skin.
Iron Man himself is in Fortnite, but not in the supersuit we know and love. The Tony Stark skin came out in August 2020. Unfortunately, this skin cannot be purchased for money or V-Bucks, as it was a Battle Pass skin in Chapter 2 Season 4. The Fortnite Tony Stark skin was unlocked at Battle Pass level 93.
Unlocking this skin unleashed the Tony Stark challenges. Rewards from these challenges included the Hover Emote, Suit Up Emote, Iron Man Backpack Back Bling, Inventor’s Choice Weapon Wrap, Mark 85 Energy Blade Harvesting Tool and Mark 90 Flight Pack Glider.
Logan, James Howlett, Agent Ten—the next Marvel Fortnite skin has gone by many names. The Wolverine skin was a part of the Chapter 2 Season 4 Battle Pass in August 2020. The Battle Pass also unlocked two other Wolverine skin edit styles, Classic Wolverine and Logan.
The Fortnite Wolverine skin brought with it Wolverine challenges, unlocking plenty of gear. The Wolverine’s Trophy Back Bling, Adamantium Claw’s Harvesting Tool, Ferocious Weapon Wrap and the Snikt! Emote came from these challenges.
Do you have a favorite among the Fortnite Marvel skins? Let us know in the comments sections.