Tech Times Gaming: The 10 most popular skins from ‘Fortnite’ Chapter 3 Season 3

Tech Times Gaming: The 10 most popular skins from ‘Fortnite’ Chapter 3 Season 3
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Tech Times Gaming: The 10 most popular skins from ‘Fortnite’ Chapter 3 Season 3

“Fortnite” Chapter 3 Season 3 could be the busiest season players have had in a long time. We still have a few more weeks to go before the season ends, but Epic Games keeps adding new features and expansions from time to time.

Also, what makes Chapter 3 Season 3 that much more exciting is the release of new skins. Battle Royale Island itself is already an exciting feature of the game, but adding cosmetics and a ton of customization makes “Fortnite” that much better.

Also read: ‘Fortnite X Marvel:’ How to take advantage of the new Spiderman Zero skin!

At this point, we will talk about the 10 most popular skins of Chapter 3, Season 3. This ranking follows the analysis of FortniteSkillsUp on uploaded user replays.

The Most Popular Fortnite Skins Ranked

10. Sabina: 1.34 skins per 100 players

Sabina is an epic outfit found on the eighth page of this season’s Battle Pass. This badass skin is part of the Dropout Renegade set. The skin was released on June 5.

Sabina can be purchased for a price of 950 V-Bucks for the Chapter 3: Season 3 Battle Pass. This skin also features a ton of different styles and customizations.

Sabina gets cool reactions from other character skins. Here’s what Cryptic has to say about Sabina: “So you’re the rich girl who left everything behind for a life of crime? Fascinating.”

9. Surf Witch: 1.36 skins per 100 players

The Surf Witch definitely brings dark energy to the halls where she is found. This rare outfit for Battle Royale is available to purchase in the item shop. If you want to get the Starpower Bling to go along with this skin, you should definitely buy it in a bundle,

Surf Witch is your Demon Beach girl who can definitely give your squad the hottest summer. The skin was first released in June 2020.

8. Backlash: 1.45 skins per 100 players

Backlash is one of the legendary skins available in the game. This particular skin can be purchased with Nightmare and Hero’s Beacon packs. Backlash is one of the most customizable skins in the game. Players can choose what color they want Backlash to be, and can even design a few other details of his outfit. This skin is one of the few superhero skins that was released this season. 7. Joltara: 1.46 skins per 100 players

Joltara’s outfit is a legendary outfit available in the game. This skin comes along with The Disguise Emoticon and Hero’s Beacon Emote. This superhero skin was first released in Chapter 2 Season 4. Joltara’s skin comes along with customization of head accessory, face shield, belt, suit style, material, and color. According to SportskeedaJoltara has also been used by many players in Chapter 3 Season 3, and is slightly more popular than Backlash. 6. Lara Croft: 1.5 skins per 100 players

The outfit from the Lara Croft Gaming Legends series is a fan favorite character in Chapter 2 Season 6. This character is based on the protagonists of “The Tomb Rider”, Epic Games even designed her look for their 25th anniversary of said movie series. . As well as being a well-known character from the movies, Lara has also appeared in other game titles in the past. And recently, Lara Croft is starting to get popular in Fortnite.

5. Focus: 1.5 skins per 100 players

In Battle Royale, the Focus outfit is available in the Item Shop as a rare outfit type. Comes included with Chuck Pack Back Bling.

The skin first appeared in 2019, making it the oldest skin on this tier list. Focus has already been seen in the Item Shop several times in the past.

Between 2019 and the current season, Focus has made over 10 Item Shop appearances in Fortnite.

4. Adira: 1.63 skins per 100 players

Adira is one of the newer skins that belongs to this list. The outfit is part of the current Battle Pass. Adira’s skin is actually an epic outfit for Fortnite: Battle Royale.

This skin is also one of the featured sets in the Dragon Rider Set. Players can choose from a number of customizations that are also available for this particular skin.

3. Son Goku: 1.63 skins per 100 players

Wait, Goku isn’t number one? No way!

Goku is one of the featured outfits from the Dragon Ball Super event. Of course, as the main protagonist of the anime series, Goku is a fan favorite.

Just hours after its release, Fortnite Goku content spread across the internet like wildfire. Many gamers and content creators were excited to see Goku perform the iconic Kamehameha.

It is actually quite surprising to see skins less than a month away from release being so high up in the popularity rankings.

2. Aura: 2.4 skins per 100 players

Aura is our first rare skin on this list. This simple skin can be purchased for 800 V-Bucks or with Reverse2K’s Locker Bundle. This skin was first released in Season 8.

Like Focus, Aura has been in and out of the Item Shop for some time now. Also, Aura is one of the few outfits in Fortnite that has a male counterpart, her name is Guild.

Evie is the most popular ‘Fortnite’ outfit, says user replay analysis

1. Evie: 2.4 skins per 100 players

The most popular skin on the list is the cover girl for Chapter 3: Season 3, Evie. This cool skin is an epic outfit that appears in the most recent Battle Pass.

What makes Evie an elite outfit is her wide range of customization options. Plus, she tries to wear this outfit and elicit some really cool character reactions.

It can be seen from the list that there is a fair amount of female outfits. Sportskeeda tells us that players tend to choose female characters due to their small frames and that many believe that a small frame equals evasiveness. But this is false, all skins have the same hitbox size.

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