Best Fuse Skins In Apex Legends That Make You Stand Out
Enjoy our collection of the best Fuse Skins in Apex Legends!
Fuse was released during the 8th Season of Apex Legends, which makes him a somewhat newer addition to the universe and arena. He’s an offensive legend that is mostly known for his knuckle cluster tactical ability, and this ability is deadly in the right hands. Not only does he have that at his disposal, but he also has an ultimate ability called “The Motherlode”, which encircles a certain area in a wall of flame. If you combine these two, you’ll have one lethal set of abilities that can cripple an entire squad. When it comes to skin customization, Fuse has fewer skins than the starter legends. This doesn’t pose a problem for us, so we’re gonna go ahead and show you a list of the best Fuse skins in Apex Legends.
Natural Born Daredevil
The “Natural Born Daredevil” skin for Fuse is not part of a specific Apex Legends Season Battle Pass or Event. It’s a legendary skin that can be crafted for 1200 Crafting Materials, or unboxed via an Apex Pack in-game.
We must admit that Fuse looks just like a natural-born daredevil with this skin. Although cool, this skin does diverge from Fuse’s gritty mercenary theme, and offers a more colorful vibe. You can notice that the concept artists at Respawn Entertainment really paid attention to every little detail when making this, and they made sure to incorporate Fuse’s cluster grenades as well. If you want a more alternative Fuse skin, go ahead and craft this one in the legends menu.
The “Old Gold” skin for Fuse is not part of a specific Apex Legends Season Battle Pass or Event. It’s a legendary skin that can be crafted for 1200 Crafting Materials, or unboxed via an Apex Pack in-game.
The “Old Gold” skin might be one of the best starter skins for Fuse, and we highly recommend crafting it if you’re planning on maining Fuse. We’re not sure if the “Natural Born Daredevil” skin is a reskin of this or vice versa, but what we are sure about is how much better the color scheme is for the “Old Gold” skin. This skin was crafted perfectly; starting with the fitting brown jacket, all the way to the gold accents. Surprisingly, the gray hair and beard also finish the skin perfectly.
The “Silver Fox” skin for Fuse is not part of a specific Apex Legends Season Battle Pass or Event. It’s a legendary skin that could’ve been crafted for 10500 Legend Tokens, and requires you to have the “Old Gold” skin for Fuse.
The “Silver Fox” skin is basically a recolor of the previous “Old Gold” skin that we covered previously, and that’s why you can’t craft the “Silver Fox” skin without it. The design is very similar, if not identical, the only thing that is different is the color scheme. Silver might not be able to beat gold in terms of popularity, but it’s more of an optional alternative choice. Luckily, you don’t have to scour the shops for this, you can simply craft it.
The “Broseidon” skin for Fuse was released as part of the Apex Legends Dark Depths Event in 2022. It’s a legendary skin that could’ve been crafted for 2400 Crafting Materials, or bought for 2500 Apex Coins in the Broseidon Bundle.
The Dark Depths Event that dropped this year gave way for a lot of aquatic skins, and mostly all of those aforementioned skins have their own unique aquatic reference. The reference for this skin is the God of the sea Poseidon from Greek mythology. It baffles us how creative the concept artists are, and it must’ve been difficult to come up with a design like this that looks good on Fuse. This skin is in-game right now and can be crafted.
The “Heat Sync” skin for Fuse is not part of a specific Apex Legends Season Battle Pass or Event. It’s an epic skin that can be crafted for 400 Crafting Materials, or unboxed via an Apex Pack.
We were debating on if we should’ve included the “Daemon Hunter” skin instead of this one, but given how much better the orange color looks on Fuse, we’ve decided to go with this skin. It does look like a simple reskin of the default Fuse skin, but it’s always good to have a more colorful skin that honors the character’s roots. This skin should’ve been classified as Twitch Prime Gaming loot instead of the one that we got.
The “Cybernetic Payload” skin for Fuse was released as part of the Apex Legends Season 10 Emergence Evolution Collection Event in 2021. It’s a legendary skin that could’ve been crafted for 2400 Crafting Materials, or bought for 1800 Apex Coins.
This skin is very barebones in terms of outfit clutter, and it uses only Fuse’s necessary equipment to get the job done. The right half of his torso seems to be purely cybernetic, and that’s what the entire design bases itself on. All things considered, minimizing clutter really helped the cybernetic theme shine through. It last appeared during a Season 10 Event, so we’re not sure if it’s going to make a comeback anytime soon.
The “Real Steel” skin for Fuse was released as part of the Apex Legends Fuse Launch Bundle in February of 2021. It’s a legendary skin that could’ve been bought in the Fuse Launch Bundle for 3000 Apex Coins.
The “Real Steel” skin is definitely worth the buck if you managed to buy it whilst the bundle was available. This is a very unique skin that’s different than the other Fuse skins, and we can confidently say that it fits him by just looking at the design of it. Putting aside the badass armor, his new facial features complete the design nicely. Due to the fact that this was released in a bundle, we’re not sure when or if it will ever return.
The “Pearly White” skin for Fuse was released as part of the Apex Legends Season 8 War Games Event in 2021. It’s an epic skin that could’ve been bought in the Pearly White Bundle for 2000 Apex Coins.
Not all Epic Fuse skins are mundane, and the “Pearly White” skin is an example of that. The design itself is nothing special and seems to be identical to the other Epic skins. However, what sets this one apart is how beautiful the color pattern looks. The two dominant colors here might seem like an unexpected choice at first, but it blends together nicely in the end. Sadly, this isn’t in the in-game shop anymore.
Boared to Death
The “Boared to Death” skin for Fuse was released as part of the Apex Legends Season 9 ALGS Store Sale in 2021. It’s a legendary skin that could’ve been bought in the Boared to Death Bundle for 2500 Apex Coins.
The more clever the pun, the better the skin - at least we think that’s the case with this skin. Hunting is exactly what this skin is themed after, which is apparent seeing how the skin is named “Boared to Death”. Not only is the name a dead giveaway, but the outfit itself is designed after how we view professional hunters in films and television. This skin is unfortunately not available anymore.
The “Ringmaster” skin for Fuse was released as part of Apex Legends Season 8 Mayhem Pack Bundle. It’s a rare skin that could’ve been bought in the Mayhem Pack Bundle for $4.99.
Once again, we have a skin that revamps and improves upon Fuse’s default outfit. This was released as part of a pack that could’ve been bought directly with real-world money, and it offered you an additional 600 Apex Coins. It’s definitely worth it considering the additional coins and creative outfit design. With that being said, we’re unsure if it will ever return as a standalone skin, but it’s something to hope for regardless.
Today’s list might’ve lacked a bit of variety and individuality because of the lower number of skins that Fuse has. That still doesn’t mean that the existing skins don’t look amazing though. If you’re interested in lists like these for other popular offensive legends, we have a couple of our articles for you. These are: the best Wraith skins in Apex, the best Bangalore skins in Apex, the best Mad Maggie skins in Apex, and the best Revenant skins in Apex. These aren’t the only articles we have on skins in Apex Legends. We also have a whole list of articles that cover the best skins for every Apex Legend.
If you like to invoke panic within your enemies, then Fuse is what you’ve been looking for. And now that you know which of his skins you like the most, go invoke panic in style.