Fortnite 2 – Season 1 Battle Pass Skins & Styles: Fusion, Rippley, Remedy, Cameo & More

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With ten whole seasons in the rearview mirror, it’s time to look ahead to the future with the Battle Pass skins for Fortnite 2 – Season 1.

As is the case every season, you hand over your V-Bucks and get 7-8 skins as part of the deal. Completing challenges has unlocked new styles for these skins in previous seasons, and there’s always one secret skin that you unlock by completing a specific amount of challenges. Season X’s special skin was The Scientist, who had ties to the lore of the season and the map’s eventual destruction.

Here’s what you get with the Fortnite Season 11 Battle Pass in terms of skins, all accompanied by a review.

 

Fortnite 2 – Season 1 Battle Pass Skins

Journey/Hazard

Fortnite 2 Battle Pass Skins

Battle Pass Tier: 1
Rarity: Rare

This is a pretty great skin to start off with, one that you can see a tonne of sweaties donning over the course of the season. The face seems like a slight switch-up of Ramirez, and the initial style is a bit better than the second.

Rating: B+

 

Turk/Riptide

Fortnite 2 Battle Pass skins

Battle Pass Tier: 2
Rarity: Rare

Two seemingly completely different skins, Turk appears to be similar to someone out of The Division crossed with a fisherman, while Riptide is straight up Solid Snake. Ten points to Gryffindor on that one.

Rating: A-

 

Rippley/Sludge

Fortnite 2 Battle Pass skins

Battle Pass Tier: 20
Rarity: Rare

A good cop/bad cop skin, this is the comedy skin for the new season of Fortnite. It’s not quite as memorable as Peely and his weird friends, but it’s going to be pretty funny to see an angry Slurp creature running around.

Rating: B-

 

Remedy/Toxin

Fortnite 2 Battle Pass skins

Fortnite 2 Battle Pass skins

Fortnite 2 Battle Pass skins

Battle Pass Tier: 40
Rarity: Rare

Definitely a good skin that will be used by serious players, but does it really stand out? Not particularly. We’ve had a tonne of girls with caps lately, though the Toxin styles are a sweet change.

Rating: B-

 

8-Ball/Scratch

Fortnite 2 Battle Pass Skins

Fortnite 2 Battle Pass Skins

Battle Pass Tier: 60
Rarity: Epic

Look, it’s Genji. The first skin is odd but pretty cool with it seeming like a pretty random design choice, but the second style is where the money’s at. It looks slender, too, so expect this to be a competitive pick.

Rating: B

 

Cameo/Chic

Fortnite 2 Battle Pass Skins

Battle Pass Tier: 80
Rarity: Epic

Cameo is quite possibly the most offensive to the eyes skin we’ve ever had from a Battle Pass, the clashing of colours and stripes being too much. Chic makes up for it a bit, but my word, there’s too much going on.

Rating: C

 

Fusion

Fortnite 2 Chapter 1 Skins

Battle Pass Tier: 100
Rarity: Legendary

Our tier 100 skin for the first season of Fortnite 2 is a pretty solid one, it not having the bulk that have turned plenty of players away recently. Fusion is a decent, easily identifiable skin with some great styles to work towards.

Rating: A

Fortnite 1 – Chapter 1’s Battle Pass costs 950 V-Bucks, which translates to £7.99/$9.99.

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