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Fortnite: The 10 Best Icon Series Skins Of All Time

Fortnite: The 10 Best Icon Series Skins Of All Time
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Fortnite: The 10 Best Icon Series Skins Of All Time

Icon Series Skins have been a part of Fortnite since Season X (although some may argue Season 7 with the release of Marshmello, despite the skin not being labeled an Icon Series Skin). The new series was introduced as a way to celebrate icons in the gaming industry.

The Icon Series is a collection of 21 different characters, from streamers to musicians to athletes, with the Icon Series also featuring a variety of additional items like back blings, harvesting tools, and emotes.

Let’s take a look below at the top 10 Icon Series skins released to date and explore what makes these skins stand above the rest.

Top 10 Icon Series Skins

Number 10 – Major Lazer

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Coming in at number 10, we have Major Lazer, the first official Icon Series skin to be released in Fortnite, as well as the first Icon Series skin to have its own built-in emote.

It was first released in Season X and is part of the Lazerism Set in collaboration with Major Lazer. Originally from Kingston, Jamaica, Major Lazer is an electronic dance music DJ trio, including record producer Diplo and DJs Walshy Fire and Ape Drums.

Number 9 – Astro Jack

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Astro Jack was first released in Chapter 2 Season 2 and is part of Travis Scott’s ensemble, in collaboration with Travis Scott.

With his Sicko Mode style (named after Travis Scott and Drake’s song “SICKO MODE”), Astro Jack was a big feature at Travis Scott’s astronomical event. As of this writing, Astro Jack has yet to return to the in-game item shop, since his first appearance in April 2020.

Number 8 – The GrefG

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At number 8 on our countdown of the top 10 skins from the iconic series, we have ‘The GrefG’, first released in Chapter 2 Season 5, appearing as part of the Grefg Set, in collaboration with TheGrefg.

The GrefG is a Spanish YouTuber and Twitch streamer with 17.3 million followers, making him one of the most subscribed YouTube channels. Not only that, but also the seventh most followed Twitch streamer of all time, with 9.4 million followers.

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Number 7 – J Balvin

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In number 7 of our Icon Series Skins, we have the world ambassador of reggaeton and five times Latin GRAMMY? Winner: J Balvin.

This icon originally appeared in-game as part of Fortnitemares in 2020, later being released as an Icon Series skin, bringing with it the iconic In Da Party Emote, set to music from “In Da Getto” by J Balvin and Skrillex. The outfit even includes the J Balvin Air Jordan 1s. A colorful Icon Series skin, more than deserving of a spot in our Top 10 Icon Series Skins!

Number 6: Travis Scott

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It wouldn’t be in the top 10 Icon Series skins if it didn’t include Travis Scott!

Travis Scott’s introduction to the famous island was as part of the Astronomical Event, an experience inspired by Cactus Jack’s creations, built from the ground up in Fortnite. This color event featured a variety of hits from Travis Scott and the iconic Sicko Mode! This event was seen as the event that all future events would be based on, and it really did not disappoint! Bravo Fortnite and Travis Scott!

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Number 5 – Losing Fruit

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When we get to the midpoint, going into number 5, we have Loserfruit.

Kathleen “Loserfruit” Belsten has 2.7 million followers on Twitch thanks to her entertaining Fortnite content. From Australia, this entertaining YouTuber is loved for her antics and her interaction with her fans. With her colorful style and her fun strawberry emoticon, her fruity back bling and her pickaxe, Loserfruits’ style was perfectly represented in her Icon Series Skin!

Number 4 – Lachlan

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Released in Chapter 2 Season 4, Lachlan became the third Icon Skin outfit based on a competitive player or content creator of Fortnite.

Lachlan’s Icon Series skin was first released as part of Lachlan’s Pickaxe Frenzy Tournament, with the winner receiving the skin for free. Once the tournament was complete, the Lachlan Skin was released for players to purchase from the item shop.

Known for his Fortnite antics alongside players LazarBeam, Muselk, TBNRfrags, Dakotaz, and Fresh, he gained a loyal following, with viewers enjoying his challenges, fashion shows, and hide and seek in Fortnite.

Number 3 – Marshmello

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At number 3, we have Marshmello! And this list of the top 10 Icon Series skins would certainly not be complete with Marshmello!

Marshmello was first released in Chapter 1 Season 7, however it wasn’t until later in the game that Marshmello was officially named an Icon Series Skin; at the time of initial release, the Icon Series Skins were not a named concept. However, I think everyone can agree that it was definitely the first.

Marshmello was the artist behind the legendary live music event that took place in Pleasant Park, with his biggest collaborations. This event was like no other and shaped the way future events were held in Fortnite.

Since the initial release, Marshemllo has returned in a different style, where he released a new range of Fortnite X Marshmello products, as well as a female version of the skin!

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Number 2 – Ali-A

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At number 2 of our Icon Series Skins countdown, we have the one and only Ali – A.

Ali-A, one of the highest paid professional gamers of all time, with over 17 million subscribers and over 5 billion views to date, is loved for his Fortnite content, sharing his tips, tricks and content. , the British YouTuber took Fortnite by storm with the release of his Icon Series Skin.

Number 1 – Ninja

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We’ve made it to the number 1 spot, and the only person we think deserves the top spot is the Legendary Ninja!

American streamer and professional eSports player Tyler Blevins, better known by his online alias “Ninja”, Ninja started playing esports with Halo, before migrating to Fortnite in 2017. Since then, he has become one of the biggest Twitch streamers of all time. with an astounding following of 15 million subscribers. Quickly becoming a household name with his iconic blue hair, Ninja won the hearts of gamers, and for that, we think Ninja is more than deserving of our top spot in our Top 10 Icon Series Skins.

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