Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 7 Battle Pass review: Ranking the skins

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A new season brings a new Battle Pass, with tons of new rewards to earn. Chief among them are the new outfits, and that’ll be the key factor that determines whether or not the Battle Pass is worth it for you. Let’s take a look at all of the skins in the Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 7 Battle Pass and how they stack up.

Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 7 Battle Pass review: Ranking the skins

First things first: the Battle Pass costs 950 V-Bucks, and earns you back 1,500 for completing it. This season, you earn Stars when you level up to spend on the Battle Pass rewards you want on a page. You still need to complete pages before advancing to further ones, so you can’t just go straight to Rick. Speaking of, here are the 8 Battle Pass skins ranked. These are, of course, only my opinion.

8- Rick Sanchez

Epic Games

The eponymous Rick from Rick and Morty is the Battle Pass’s final reward. He uses a the same cel-shaded style that the anime skins used, and he looks exactly as he appears in his own animation. That’s my issue with Rick, actually: he doesn’t look like he belongs in the game. I’m not sure how they would have made Rick look like Rick in a Fortnite art style, but regardless he looks good , especially if you’re into the show.

On the plus side, his harvesting tool is Hammerhead Morty, which is actually hilarious.

7- Kymera

Epic Games

Kymera expands upon a concept introduced in C2S2: a customizable skin. You earn customization options for Kymera by finding Alien Artifacts. The looks are somehow not distinct enough, and there’s not enough character in the various expressions and faces. If you’re into the aesthetic Kymera can be great, but I think he could have been better.

6- Guggimon

Epic Games

Guggimon is actually a crossover skin, but he looks great and fits right in. Guggimon is a virtual influencer with a sizable following, created by Superplastic. They also make the Jankies the back blings that dot the Battle Pass are based on.

5- Sunny


A ska/punk rocker that swings her guitar as a harvesting tool. Her accessories scream 90’s counter-culture, and the look is pretty iconic for an entire generation of kids. The choice of music for her is perfect.

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