Marvel characters She-Hulk, Iron Man, and more as they appear in Fortnite.
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All Fortnite Marvel skins

Here are all of Marvel's crossovers.

Did you know that there are more Marvel skins in Fortnite than stars in the universe? Of course not, because it’s an obvious lie—but it certainly feels like it’s true.

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Of all the skins in Fortnite, it’s fair to say Marvel takes up a legitimate portion. We’ve got to the point where we have so many Marvel skins in the game that if the company wants to release its own battle royale, it would be no match for Epic Games’ “Marvelnite.”

One of the best seasons in the game, Chapter Two, season four, featured more Marvel skins than any other season. Since then, Marvel has been a common partner of Fortnite.

There are now 60 Marvel skins and over 287 cosmetics in the game. Many players have forgotten how to get some of the skins, but we’ve got you covered.

How to get each Fortnite Marvel skin

Ant-Man

Antman stand prominently on the left with a flying ant and olive with a toothpick to the right of for scale. The Fortnite logo is showcased on the top left.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Ant-Man is well known for his comics and movies in the MCU. His post-credit scene in Ant-Man and the Wasp was even the catalyst for Avengers: Endgame’s solution. While he doesn’t get as much love as many other skins, he’s a valuable member of the Avengers.

Black Panther

Black Panther viewed from his torso up is showcased in the center crossing his arms with clouds in the background.
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  • Acquisition method: $24.99 in the Item Shop

Black Panther was introduced to Fortnite in Chapter Two, season five, back in December 2022. He’s part of the Marvel: Royalty & Warriors Pack, which is usually sold for $24.99 in the Item Shop. The last time this pack was seen was in March 2023.

Black Widow Outfit

Black Widow is showcased center right with her back item and a cattle prod like baton on the left.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Fortnite has made Black Widow look less like Scarlet Johanson and more like the character from the comics. As a look-alike for the comic counterpart, it does a great job of displaying the Black Widow logo prominently. It may not look it, but this very item shop skin is among the rarest skins in Fortnite having been gone since May of 2019.

Black Widow Snow Suit

White suit Black Widow is shown crossing her arms with the Black Widow Cup logo on the right.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Fortnite and Marvel teamed up for Black Widow’s Snow Suit to market her new movie. The movie led to a lawsuit between Scarlet Johanson and Disney over lost revenue from theatre to home streaming. Whatever the case, this suit shows a younger version of Black Widow and is perfect for camouflaging in snowy environments.

Blade

Two forms of Blade are shown with the right having his black trench coat and his left without. His sword and glider are shown to the left and right of them
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  • Acquisition method: 2,000 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Blade is arguably one of the first movies to be a good enough superhero movie that it is a good movie in general. He is a top-notch daywalker with a hardcore background as a half-vampire, half-human comic character. The skin perfectly displays his confidence and intimidating nature.

BriteStar

BriteStar is showcased twice with the left wearing a brown leather jacket and the center one not. A colorful Captain America-like shield is on the right.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,800 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

BriteStar is a part of the Marvel Series skins that are remakes of original Fortnite outfits—in this case, of Brite Bomber. It was released along with the Captain America – Sam Wilson outfit during Chapter Four, season one.

Cable

Cable is centered in the frame holding up a man by his throat with Domino on his left balancing a knife her hand and Psylocke on his right wielding a energy-like blade of her own.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Cable is the son of Cyclops and Jean Grey’s clone, so he has big shoes to fill. Unfortunately, he grew up in a dystopian future that forced him to become an unstoppable commando. His return to the past has changed many things, but not so much that it would cancel out his existence. His Fortnite counterpart is amazingly close to every iteration of the character.

Captain America

Captina America is on the right with a backdrop of his own shield that fades to white the more left you look.
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  • Acquisition method: 2,000 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Captain America is an expensive buy from the Item Shop because he’s one of the most popular Avengers. His Fortnite iteration is spot on and one of the closest to the comic we’ve seen. Due to his star nature, he’s pretty expensive to buy in the Item Shop.

Captain America – Sam Wilson (MCU)

Sam Wilson Captain America is showcased on the right with his robotic wings glider and a metallic Captain America Shield on the right.
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  • Acquisition method: 2,000 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

The new Captain America from the Marvel Cinematic Universe joined Fortnite in March 2023, along with the BriteStar outfit. It can also be seen in a bundle with the latter for 2,600 V-Bucks.

Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel is shown on the right of the screen levitating with her blue and red suit as a purchase screen is on the left.
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  • Acquisition method: $24.99 in the Item Shop

Captain Marvel was released along with the Black Panther and Taskmaster skins in December 2020. Its bundle comes with an Alpha Staff Pickaxe, the Power of Mar-Vell Glider, and the Kree Backplate Back Bling. Unfortunately, so far, it’s only possible to buy her with real money, and V-Bucks are out of the question.

Carnage

Carnage is front and center in all his gross glory waving his tongue around. A glass container containing an item is showcased on the left.
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  • Acquisition method: Redeem 98 cosmetics from any page of battle pass (Chapter Two, season eight) and spend nine Battle Stars.

Carnage is one of the most well-known villains of Spider-Man. Instead of having a mindset of greed or selfish desire, Carnage wants to kill and destroy without a real goal. This is a great skin for players who troll or cause a lot of sweaty destruction.

Clint Barton

Both Kate Bishop and Clint Barton are showcased front and center with the mirrored purple and black suits.
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  • Acquisition nethod: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Clint Barton is better known as Hawkeye and is brave enough to take on major villains without having any real superpowers. Much like Green Arrow, or Batman, his skills come from sure willpower and training.

Cuddlepool

Cuddlepool with a stuffed bear head on is shown in the left as part of a Mashups photo with Ravenpool on the right with dark and secluded looking hood.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

This is a twist on Deadpool and is more like a reskinned person with a teddy bear head. It’s great for those who want to joke around with the Deadpool outfit but don’t want to look like everyone else.

Daredevil

Daredevil is showcased on the left from the torso up with a Daredevil cup logo on the right.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop or through the Daredevil Cup

Daredevil is one of the coolest comic characters and has gotten a lot of attention from his TV show. He’s a blind lawyer who uses the mastery of his central nervous system to make himself stronger and more agile. It’s also an awesome-looking skin.

Dark Phoenix

Dark Phoenix in her red and yellow suit is showcased in the center with the mythical phoenix bird on the right
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Dark Phoenix is the most powerful mutant because it’s Jean Grey influenced by the Phoenix Force. It’s a really awesome skin and arguably looks better than any movie has displayed this character.

Deadpool

Deadpool in his grey and black suit stand ready wielding his two pistols and two sword on his back.
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  • Acquisition method: Completing Deadpool’s weekly challenges in Chapter Two, season two

This was probably one of the most popular Fortnite skins when it was released. Multiple players went off to try and complete his challenges to get his skin. It also helped that his movies were still fairly recent when this was released.

Doctor Doom

Doctor Doom is centered with his glider and a postcard in the background.
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  • Acquisition method: Reach Tier 67 in Battle Pass (Chapter Two, season four)

There are few bad guys as dark and evil as Doctor Doom. Not only is he incredibly powerful and smart, but he’s also very capable. He is the current ruler of Latveria in the comics and has done a lot to further his goals. Players should be picking this skin when they are their group leader because he is a fantastic leader.

Doctor Strange

Doctor Strange exits a portal with other Fortnite characters following him through.
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  • Acquisition method: Purchase all cosmetics on page 10 of the battle pass (Chapter Three, season two) and spend nine battle stars.

Doctor Strange is one of few Marvel characters who isn’t one of the original Avengers to break into other superhero movies. Fans love him in his movies, and he is an intelligent and focused person. He’s also one of the few “doctor” superheroes who has earned either a Ph.D. or an MD.

Domino

Domino stands on the right in her black, teal, and white suit wielding two pistols.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Domino is an awesome skin because she looks amazing. She is definitely a strong partner to Deadpool and this would be a great secondary skin for couples who play together.

Eddie Brock

  • Acquisition method: 2,000 V-Bucks

To be honest, it’s strange having a regular human in Fortnite when everyone really just wants to play as Venom. Eddie Brock is sometimes used as a stand-in for Punisher since the actor plays both the well-known version of Punisher and Eddie Brock.

Gambit

Gambit in his trench coat is showcased to the left of yellow suit and jacket Rogue with a Blue X in their backdrop.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Gambit is one of the most popular X-Men because he’s incredibly charming, and his abilities are so cool. Potential energy is turned into kinetic energy, and for those unaware, something with motion energy that is not moving will become unstable, causing it to explode. So he’s able to turn cards into grenades. He’s also a character who looks great in Fortnite, with his trenchcoat, cool hairstyle, and red eyes.

Gamora

Gamora in her greyish white suit is showcased on the right wither her cosmetics and cape on the left.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in Item Shop and Gamora Cup

Daughter of Thanos and an unbelievably powerful warrior, Gamora was relatively unknown outside comic fans before the MCU brought her to the big screen. Now, she’s a fan favorite. She is trying to use her sorted past as motivation to seek a better outcome for the future of the galaxy.

Ghost Rider

Ghost Rider with hie flaming skull and leather jacket is showcased on the left from his torso up with a Ghost Rider Cup logo on the right
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  • Acquisition method: Place high in the Ghost Rider Cup or buy it for 1,500 V-Bucks

Ghost Rider isn’t the most family-friendly comic, but that doesn’t keep it from being popular. The skin is cool because it has the motorcycle style, flaming skull, and chains. Obviously, most players would want this skin, so an entire cup was dedicated to it.

Green Goblin

Green Goblin is showcased in the center wielding two pumpkin bombs with his glider on the right and his pickaxe and additional pumpkin bomb on the left.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Green Goblin is an iconic Spider-Man villain thanks to Willam Dafoe and his time in the MCU. If anything, it’s pretty strange that it took as long as it did to get Green Goblin as a skin since he’s a beloved antagonist to Spider-Man. Still, it’s an awesome skin to have and almost looks like the troll face, which is a bonus.

Groot

Groot stands in the center tilting his head
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  • Acquisition method: Reach Tier 38 in Battle Pass (Chapter Two, season four)

It’s hard not to love Groot; with this skin, players could be the small and grown-up version of Groot. The skin came with a greener version than in the MCU movies, but there was an emote that let players grow Groot to his adult form too.

Hulk

Hulk is shown on the right shirtless and center back with a bandana around his neck as well as his items and pickaxe on the bottom left.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Hulk took way too long to release in Fortnite. We only got a chance to see him in late December 2022, years after Marvel skins were already in the game. Now, players have a full set of Hulk items to smash their opponents.

Iron Man Zero

Iron Man Zero stands in the center atop a canyon with two other Fortnite characters on his left and right individually.
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  • Acquisition method: 2,000 V-Bucks in the Item Shop or redeeming all codes from the comic book Fortnite x Marvel Zero War

This is one of the few Marvel skins that players can get in a way other than just buying it in the Item Shop. This special Iron Man suit can be unlocked if you get a copy of Fortnite x Marvel Zero War comics and find the codes inside to redeem them. Other than that, you can also wait until it’s available in the Item Shop as usual.

Jennifer Walters

Jennifer stands front and center with gloves, heels, and a skirt.
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  • Acquisition method: Reach Tier 22 in battle pass (Chapter Two, season four)

Jennifer Walters is She-Hulk. Players could unlock her in the Chapter Two, season four battle pass and could also use an emote with her that turned her green in the game. This was an awesome edition and one of those great times to have an emote changing the character’s skin.

Kate Bishop

Kate Bishop slides into center frame with Clint Barton kneeling behind her both wielding bow and arrows.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Kate Bishop is the apprentice of Clint Barton, also known as Hawkeye. She is as deadly as Hawkeye, without all the experience. Her skin comes with an outfit similar to her teacher’s.

Loki Laufeyson

Loki in his horned helmet and staff is shown on the right in his Asgardian robe of sorts.
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  • Acquisition method: Fortnite Crew Subscriber reward for July 2021

This skin was a bit controversial because it was one of the first Fortnite Crew outfits. Players had to subscribe to Fortnite Crew to get it, and Loki is a pretty popular skin, so it felt like he was hidden behind a paywall. Still, this really helped recruitment for the service.

Mary Jane Watson

Mary Jane is showcased in the center wearing a Spidey face heart t-shirt and red jacket with a Spidey guitar on the right.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Mary Jane Watson is exactly how fans remember her from Toby Maguire’s Spider-Man movies, the comic, and animated TV shows. She looks like she could call Peter “Tiger,” and it seems just perfect. While the real MJ didn’t swoon over Peter either, this MJ seems to like her status as Spider-Man’s love interest.

Mighty Thor

Mighty Thor floats on the right wielding Mjolnir with additional items shown on the left.
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  • Acquisition method: 2,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

This is the Mighty Thor as we see her in the MCU and the comics. Jane Foster takes on the mantle of Thor for a bit to help him out. We won’t spoil the movie, but this is a great-looking skin for players who want to be Thor but also want to play as a girl.

Miles Morales

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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

The Miles Morales skin was released at the perfect time for it to coincide with the release of the Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse movie. It’s a great skin that tries (and succeeds!) to stay true to Miles’ appearance in the films, but his pickaxe isn’t great. We’re not exactly sure what one would use as a pickaxe for Miles, but Spider-Ham’s Mallet? That’s not the greatest fit. But it is a nice nod to the porkiest Spider-Man.

MJ (No Way Home)

Moon knight in his classic white caped suit is front left while his other self wearing his nice white suit and tie is behind him in the center.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

This is the MJ we see in the MCU. Instead of Mary Jane, this is Michelle Jones, and she is a cool girl who doesn’t swoon over Peter’s superhero status. While she isn’t as popular as the original Mary Jane, she is an incredibly well-liked and welcome addition to Spider-Man’s story.

Moon Knight

Moon knight in his classic white caped suit is front left while his other self wearing his nice white suit and tie is behind him in the center.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Moon Knight has grown in popularity since starting a Disney show. This skin has both of his looks and honestly is a cool-looking skin even without the Marvel tie-in. Players will feel a lot like a white hooded Batman with this on.

Mystique

Mystique stands front and center unchanged in her white suit and red hair while holding a golden object in one hand.
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  • Acquisition method: Reach Tier 80 in battle pass (Chapter Two, season four)

Mystique is arguably one of the best mutants in the Brotherhood of Mutants. She can transform into any character by touching them in the comics, movies, and TV shows. In Fortnite, you had to kill an enemy and then use an emote to change into their skin. It only worked once per game, so you had to be picky.

Nick Fury

Nick Fury with his classic trench coat and eye patch stands front and center with his glider, pickaxe, backpack and a postcard on the right.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Nick Fury, the undisputed leader of S.H.I.E.L.D., is best known from Samuel L. Jackson’s time as the character. While the character looks different in the comics and older games, Jackson’s time as the character has done a great job in building the lore, and many players know Nick Fury by this look.

Prowler

prowler stand front and center with electrified arms with his pickaxes and glider to his left and right.
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  • Acquisition method: Compete three Prowler Quests in Chapter Three, season two

Miles Morales, one of the heroes to wear the mask of Spider-Man, has a beloved uncle who never wanted him to do any kind of criminal activity. Unfortunately, his uncle is Prowler, a world-class criminal who robs at night.

Besides the fact this is a Spider-Man villain, it’s also a really cool skin.

Psylocke

Psylocke stand in the center wielding her energy word with Domino balancing her knife on her finger and Cable slightly out of frame is choking someone and holding him up.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Psylocke is a character normally associated with the villains of the X-Men, although she’s gone both ways. She’s more of an anti-hero and isn’t totally focused on saving the world and all that. Unfortunately, she’s not a well-known character, so many other players won’t know you’re playing as a Marvel character.

Ravenpool

Ravenpool is standing front and center with Cuddlepool wearing a stuffed bear mask in a white background.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

This is another iteration of Deadpool. Ravenpool feels more like an attempt to sell more Deadpool skins since Deadpool was a very popular skin and overall popular character. This Deadpool looks a lot cooler with a hood and red glowing eyes.

Rogue

Rogue is being held up romantically by Gambit by her waist with a few cards being burned in the background and floating.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Rogue is a well-known member of the X-Men and a love interest of Gambit. She wears the outfit she wore in the Animated Series, when most people loved the character. She was released with Gambit and we’re glad to see their love transcend beyond the animated TV show.

Scarlet Witch

Scarlett Witch is shown using her magic with a red ethereal background.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

The Scarlet Witch looks like she did in the MCU movies. This felt more like a way of advertising Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, so it doesn’t have much uniqueness. Still, if you want to play as a witch, here is your chance.

Shang-Chi

Shang-Chi is shown on the left in a fighting pose with his baton and back bling item on. His items like his scroll and back item are also shown on the right.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Shang-Chi came to Fortnite with a great-looking outfit that reminds us of Street Fighter or Mortal Kombat. Instead of heavily relying on the MCU incarnation, Fortnite took him back to the comic age and made a character that shows their culture and power.

Silver Surfer

Silver Surfer is shown on the right in outfit form showing all his items on the left.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Silver Surfer is a powerful character in the Marvel comics, but it’s hard to mess his look up. Really, it’s a naked model with silver skin, so there’s not much to this one. Many players did like it, but it lacks any real personality.

Spider-Gwen

Spider-Gwen is shown covering her eyes with descending down from the night sky.
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  • Acquisition method: Buy all items on Page 10 of the Chapter Three, season four battle pass

Coming straight from an alternate Spider-Man universe, Spider-Gwen could only be found during a previous season’s battle pass. Since then, this skin has been unobtainable and never seen in the Item Shop.

Spider-Man

Spider-man is shown leaping through the air high in the sky with other characters behind him with the entire map shown behind him from the sky
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  • Acquisition method: Purchase all cosmetics on Page nine of battle pass (Chapter Three, season one) and spend nine Battle Stars

When Spider-Man came to Fortnite, it was a huge deal. Spider-Man is basically one of, if not the most, popular characters in Marvel. Sony has the license to his movie rights, but Marvel could always lend out the comic version. Additionally, the Golden Spidey suit is among the hardest or sweatiest skins to get in Fortnite.

Spider-Man No Way Home

From left to right we have black suit Spidey, Tom holland maskless suit Spidey, and olive-green jacket MJ from No Way home with a backpack and baseball bat on the right.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Tom Holland is one of the most liked versions of Spider-Man. Sure, he has that Iron Man Jr. name that some fans call him, but in No Way Home, he shed that title. He is now Spider-Man as we know him in the comics, and while this suit isn’t the one we see at the end, it is the one he wears when near other Spider-Men.

Spider-Man Zero

The metallic looking Spider-man Zero is shown firing his web shooter.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

During the Zero-War, Spider-Man had to get a suit upgrade. This suit has much more coverage and ways to keep Spider-Man safe, and it looks like it’s completely made for war. While it’s basically armor, there are enough openings that Spider-Man can make use of his agility.

Spider-Man 2099

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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

The second skin to be released in-sync with the release of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, Spider-Man 2099, aka Miguel O’Hara, is a fun, and flashy addition to the collection of Spider-Man skins available in Fortnite. Sadly, his pickaxe isn’t just Miguel swinging his terrifying, vampire claws, but altogether it’s a great choice of skin for any Spider-Man fan.

Star-Lord Outfit

Star Lord is shown shooting finger guns in the center with his items shown below him.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Star-Lord is likable in the MCU movies, but he wasn’t likable when his skin came out. The hard part is separating the character from the actor, and while that helps a character like Nick Fury, it doesn’t help Star-Lord, who wears a mask. So instead of looking like the Star-Lord from the MCU, it looks like the Star-Lord from the comics, who isn’t as popular as Chris Pratt.

Storm

Storm is shown with her iconic white suit and long white hair as she levitates and summons lightning.
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  • Acquisition method: Reach Tier 53 in battle pass (Chapter Two, season four)

If Professor Xavier is the father of the X-Men, Storm is the mother. Storm controls the weather and is an incredibly powerful mutant, but she is best known for watching over the other members of the team. She hasn’t gotten as much love as she should, but she is definitely a franchise staple. This skin highlights how awesome she looked back in the animated series.

Taskmaster

A close-up of hooded taskmaster from his torso up.
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  • Acquisition method: $24.99 in the Item Shop

This is another Marvel skin locked behind a real money bundle. If you want to get Taskmaster, you have no way to buy it with V-Bucks. At least when you buy him, you also get Black Panther and Captain Marvel along with all their associated cosmetics.

Thanos

Thanos is shown on the right in his iconic gold suit from Avengers infinity War with a fully filled gauntlet.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop and Thanos Cup

Players were all for Thanos when Avengers: Infinity War was released. Thanos was the villain that had been teased for so long in the movies, and when he came to Fortnite, he was super popular. Really, players received a smaller version of Thanos, but it is still a skin that looks good today.

Thor

Thor in his black and teal suit with a battlepass shown below him.
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  • Acquisition method: Buy the battle pass (Chapter Two, season four)

The original Thor was a freebie given to anyone who bought the battle pass in Chapter Two, season four. It was the level one reward, but it was a great skin, which was strange to have at the beginning of the battle pass.

Either way, this is the first iteration of the God of Thunder in Fortnite.

Thor Odinson

Thor Odinson and Mighty Thor are shown flying with Thor readying up his lightning.
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  • Acquisition method: 2,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Thor Odinson is based on the MCU version of Thor. This comes directly after the movie Thor Love And Thunder and is more of a way to market the movie. It’s a nice-looking skin, but to be fair, the female version looks much better.

Tony Stark

Ironman is aiming his beams at many enemies as he floats above them and takes fire.
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  • Acquisition method: Reach Tier 53 in battle pass (Chapter Two, season four)

The Tony Stark skin came pretty early but you had to get to the end of the battle pass to unlock Iron Man. Slowly but surely, more versions of the skin with more pieces were added until players received the full version of Iron Man at tier 99.

Venom

Venom as he appears in the Marvel series of Fortnite skins.
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  • Acquisition method: 2,000 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Venom is an easy skin to like, but it doesn’t feel like much went into it. The head and torso are pretty intimidating, but everything below the abs is pretty plain. It looks like Venom, which is all the community really needed.

Wolverine

two versions of Wolverine stand centered with the front having a more classic blue stripe and the other having more brown.
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  • Acquisition method: Complete Wolverine Challenges in Chapter Two, season four

Wolverine was a pain to kill in Fortnite, but having the skin was pretty nice. Wolverine wears the suit he’s best known for in the X-Men TV show and comics. There’s also the brown version for players who prefer that.

Wolverine Zero

Logan wielding a sword leaps into from with a torn shirt and eye patch.
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  • Acquisition method: Fortnite Crew Subscriber reward for August 2022

Wolverine Zero looks like Wolverine without his famous outfit. He uses a Katana, but it doesn’t really feel like Logan. It’s not that good of a reward for joining the Crew and is arguably only good for getting the Katanas for your characters or using the skin separately.

X-23

X-23 stands in a fighting pose and black and white suit with her claws and other items on the right.
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  • Acquisition method: 1,500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop

Wolverine isn’t the only one using Adamantium claws in Fortnite. X-23 joined the game in one of the last Marvel skin batches of 2022, in October, and returned a few times since then. Getting her is pretty straightforward since she’s a standard item shop unlock with V-Bucks.

How many Marvel skins are in Fortnite?

Of the nearly 1600 skins in Fortnite, marvel takes up a small piece of real estate. Marvel holds 58 skins and nearly 300 pieces of cosmetics. Having 58 of nearly 1600 skins may not seem like a significant amount, but no other property can compare.

What is the Rarest Marvel skin in Fortnite?

In comparison to the rarest skin found in Fortnite, the Aerial Assault Trooper, Marvel skins can’t compare. However, the Black Widow Outfit found in Season 8 remains in the so-called vault and has been since May of 2019. Open the vault, Epic!

What is the Hardest or Sweatiest Marvel skin to get?

In terms of the sweatiest skin to get in Fortnite, one Marvel skin stands out. Spider-man, specifically Golden Suit Spidey, is right up there with Elite Agent and Ghoul Trooper on difficult skins to get. Best get to quipping and thwipping.


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