All Fortnite Star Wars Skins So Far
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Over the years, Epic Games has teamed up with a whole bunch of different movie and TV franchises. Maybe the biggest at this point is the Fortnite x Star Wars collaboration that has given us a pretty solid selection of Star Wars skins to play with.
It all started back in 2019 with the classic Imperial stormtroopers, then expanded quickly with a whopping five skins that tied in with The Rise of Skywalker. And that was just the beginning. So far in 2022 we've gotten six new Star Wars skins, and there's still a couple months left to go.
Since Fortnite's roster of Star Wars characters is always growing, we're keeping track of them all here so you don't have to. Below you'll find everything you need to know about each current Star Wars skin in Fortnite, including pricing and availability.
Originally released in November 2019, the Imperial Stormtrooper skin was Fortnite's very first Star Wars outfit. And, realistically, it's still one of the best. He sells for 1500 vbucks when he shows up in the store, and he's usually not far off when other Star Wars things appear in the Item Shop.
Finn was part of a massive drop of cosmetics that hit Fortnite at the end of 2019 to promote Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Featuring the likeness of actor John Boyega--we can't get enough skins that have real people's faces on them--Finn costs 1500 vbucks by himself, or 3500 in a bundle with Rey and the Sith Trooper.
Rey was among the many Star Wars skins that entered Fortnite when The Rise of Skywalker came out. She makes really odd faces during certain emotes (try Boneless), so if you're somebody who uses a lot of emotes in Fortnite she's a must-have. When she's in the item shop she sells for 1500 vbucks, or for 3500 in a bundle with Finn and the Sith Trooper.
Of course, the New Trilogy set wouldn’t be complete without a Sith Trooper to hunt down Rey and Finn. The trooper originally entered the Item Shop at 1,500 V-Bucks alongside a Sith Trooper Blaster Back Bling. The last time he appeared in the item shop, he was also available in a bundle with Rey and Finn.
While a slight bummer that Kylo Ren doesn't include a helmet-off style, this emo boy remains a killer skin. He sells for 1500 vbucks when he's in the item shop.
Keri Russell's supporting character from Rise of Skywalker is a seemingly peculiar pick for a skin. Maybe they hoped she would catch on like Boba Fett or Captain Phasma? Who knows. She sells for 1500 vbucks on the rare occasion when she's in the shop.
A year after The Rise of Skywalker, the titular Mandalorian from the TV series The Mandalorian popped up in Fortnite's Chapter 2, Season 5 battle pass, along with quests to complete his beskar armor just like on the show. Since he's a battle pass skin, he is never available in the Item Shop, and it's not likely that you'll be able to obtain him any time soon.
The original bounty hunter Boba Fett made his way into Fortnite during the holiday season 2021, the first of three outfits to come out of The Book of Boba Fett TV series. His skin costs 1500 vbucks on his own, or 2300 in a bundle with his glider and gaffi stick
Boba Fett's partner in crime on Tatooine was a fan-favorite on both The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett. She sells for 1500 vbucks, or in a bundle for 2200 with the wookiee Krrsantan andher ship as a glider.
This Wookiee bounty hunter has seen a lot in his day and has fought Obi-Wan Kenobi and worked for Jabba the Hutt and Darth Vader. Released alongside Fennec Shand as part of the Boba Fet set, Krrsantan sells for 1500 vbucks, or in a bundle with Fennec Shand for only 2200.
Darth Vader was the second Star Wars skin to highlight a Fortnite battle pass, during summer 2022's Chapter 3, Season 3. That means that, despite essentially being the face of Star Wars, there won't be any way to obtain him in the foreseeable future.
Fortnite and Star Wars have crossed over many times, but none of those occasions were bigger than the time that Luke Skywalker entered the Item Shop with Han and Leia. Luke comes with his classic farmboy look from the original film, along with two other styles based on his slick black outfit from Return of the Jedi. The skin on its own will run you 1500 vbucks, and you can grab him in a bundle that includes a Landspeeder glider and the Lil Speeder Bike emote for a mere 2400 vbucks.
There are few characters who look sillier doing Fortnite dances than Princess Leia Organa wearing her fancy diplomatic garb, and that makes her an instant classic of a skin. The inclusion of her bounty hunter disguise from the beginning of Return of the Jedi is icing on the cake. Available for 1500 vbucks by herself, or in a bundle with Han Solo for 2500.
If you periodically watch the I'm Han Solo video from Kinect Star Wars and wish we had more examples of Han Solo dancing, your day has finally come. You can get your digital Han for 1500 vbucks on his own, or for 2500 vbucks in a bundle with Leia.
Darth Maul finally joined the Fortnite roster for Star Wars Day 2023. The villain was rarely seen in the live-action movies, but still became a hit for his cool look and mysterious personality. He was later heavily featured in projects like The Clone Wars cartoon series. He will presumably not be sold ever again, as he was part of a limited-time event pass for Fortnite, though Epic did say it reserves the right to sell the 2023 event skins down the line.
Clone Trooper variants: Wolf Pack Trooper, Ahsoka's Clone Trooper, Coruscant Clone Trooper
This trio represents a few more skins that will likely never return to the Fortnite shop, as they came as rewards in the Find The Force event pass. However, like Darth Maul and the Clone Trooper, Epic said it may decide to sell these again later. Not pictured here is a fourth variant, clad in all-white armor, representing the free Clone Trooper skin that could be earned during Fortnite's 2023 Star Wars event.
Sporting the spitting image of Natalie Portman, Padme Amidala joined Fortnite alongside her love, Anakin, in 2023. She can be found in the item shop at times for 1500 V-Bucks.
Anakin Skywalker was technically already in Fortnite as his future self, Darth Vader, but for folks who wanted to run around as Hayden Christensen's character, he joined the game in 2023. He can be periodically found in the item shop for 1500 V-Bucks.
501st Trooper and 212th Battalion Trooper
This pair of Clone Troopers also arrived in 2023 alongside Star Wars Day in Fortnite, helping celebrate the biggest Star Wars event in Fortnite to date. You can get these skins together in the shop for 800 V-Bucks.