Best Food Fortnite Skins
Grab your forks and knives as foodies unite in Fortnite Battle Royale with our top picks for the Best Food Fortnite Skins!
m Shop. With that many items in the game foodies can be assured that Epic Games didn’t forget about you! Whether you play on the Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, or PC there are loads of food Fortnite skins in the Fortnite Battle Royale Item Shop.
Lil Whip is an Epic skin, and can be purchased in the Fortnite Item Shop for 1500 V Bucks. As a bonus when you purchase the Lil Whip skin you will also receive the Sno Cone back bling. Lil Whip’s character design is based on the sugary summer snack, ice cream.
Lil Whip wears a waffle cone shirt with the Lil Whip logo prominently displayed on his chest. He also wears baby blue pants with sprinkle accents. Equip Lil Whip to give your opposing players brain freeze in game while going after your top place finishes.
Surrr Burger is an Epic Fortnite skin that can only be purchased in the Knights of the Food Court Bundle. You can find the Knights of the Food Court Bundle in the Fortnite Item Shop for 2600 V Bucks. Along with Surrr Burger the bundle includes Pico de Gallant, and Zzaria The Cruel. Each of these food knights takes a previously popular food Fortnite skin, and adds a medieval twist to the character design.
This bundle also comes with creative food related harvesting tools like Chunky Salsax, or Durrburgian Battlespatch. These tools are fantastic for hunting down Fortnite cat food amongst the deploy pallets. Equip Surrr Burger or any other items from the Knights of the Food Court Bundle and get after some dubs in Fortnite Battle Royale on Xbox Series X.
One of the skins featured in the Food Knights is Tomatohead in his medieval garb. We felt it was important to also check out the original Tomatohead skin. Epic Games does not require this skin being purchased in a bundle like the Knights of the Food Court Bundle. Rather you can purchase Tomatohead from the Epic Games store for 1500 V Bucks.
Tomatohead is available in two styles. Default and Crown. The second style option adds a crown of branches and cooking utensils atop his head, as well as white paint accents around his body. Players should grab Tomatohead from the Item Shop to dominate Fortnite Battle Royale games.
It’s a shame Corny Complex isn’t a POI anymore. It would have been the perfect POI to drop for this skin! Just because Corny Complex is gone along with the IO bases doesn’t mean Cobb has no value as a baller food Fortnite skin.
This stalky Fortnite skin is based off everyone’s favorite BBQ staple, corn on the cob. Cobb’s leafy outfit and kerneled texture will make your mouth water going after those Fortnite Battle Royales. Cobb is an excellent Fortnite Battle Royale pick to hunt for some Fortnite cat food pallets for the new quests.
The renowned Peely skin made an appearance in the Fortnite Battle Pass back in Fortnite Chapter 2. The difference between this battle pass Agent Peely and the original Peely is the classy suit.There were four variations included in the Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2 Battle Pass for Agent Peely.
Default, which was Peely with a plaid suit, Golden Agent making the whole skin gold, Ghost making the suit white, and Shadow which is the classic black and white suit. Agent Peely was a highlight of the Fortnite Battle Pass for Chapter 2 Season 2 of Fortnite Battle Royale. Unfortunately, if you weren’t around back then to get the Fortnite Battle Pass you’ll have to settle for a different variation of the Peely skin.
Hopefully you found one of the food Fortnite skins you were looking for! If you want to look through even more Fortnite skins check out Cat Fortnite Skins. Still want to browse through more Fortnite skins? Check out The Best 50 Skins For You To Stand Out In Fortnite.