What's In The Fortnite Item Shop Today - November 4, 2021: Fan-Made Joy Skin Returns

As does Marius, another community-made character.

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The Fortnite Item Shop has updated once again, and now displays a wide range of skins, wraps, emotes, and more. The headliners of the day are a pair of fan-made skins first seen earlier this year. Both only hit the store about once every month, so now's your chance if you want them. Here's what's new in the Fortnite Item Shop for November 4, 2021.

Today's front-and-center items on sale include the Joy skin and Marius skin. Each of these heroes was made by members of the community, which has made them both quite popular, like a lot of fan-made skins in Fortnite. Alongside Joy comes her Rainbow Bubblegum wrap, while Marius doesn't have any other items in his set. However, his muted colors do make him an easy match for lots of other styles and sets.

Fans erupted with glee when Joy was revealed this summer. She's back in the Item Shop for a limited time.
Fans erupted with glee when Joy was revealed this summer. She's back in the Item Shop for a limited time.

If you like the Sunshine and Rainbows set, you can find Brite Bomber and the rarer Brite Gunner in the shop today alongside their set-completing cosmetics. Here's everything you can find in the Sunshine and Rainbows set:

  • Brite Bomber: 1,200 V-Bucks
  • Brite Gunner: 1,500 V-Bucks
  • Rainbow Smash pickaxe: 1,500 V-Bucks
  • Brite Blimp glider: 1,200 V-Bucks

You can also find more vibrant heroes in the Sun Soldiers bundle featuring Mezmer and Sunbird, or darker characters such as Goldie and Focus. El Chapulin Colorado is still available too, if you or someone you know is feeling nostalgic for superhero parodies.

For a full view of the Item Shop, find every item in this handy image from iFireMonkey.

We'll be back tomorrow with another Fortnite Item Shop update.

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