Now that Halloween has been and past, we could be looking at new Fortnite season 6 skins that aren’t so spooky.
A new Fortnite shop update is being released in a few hours which is set to repopulate it with new items and outfits.
The past few weeks have seen the shop dominated by Halloween skins and designs, some of which have proved more popular than others.
Fans can currently purchase the new Rosa and Dante skins both of which are priced at 1,500 V-Bucks each.
They are part of a new pack of items that also includes the colourful Spirit Glider and Six-String Striker tool.
These will be replaced as featured items at around 1am on Sunday, November 4, with new skins and items.
The Day of the Dead inspired gear leaked earlier in October and seem likely to be replaced by other designs that have also been discovered by data miners.
The last Fortnite update included some top new designs that will be going live in the Fortnite Shop over the coming weeks.
As usual, it’s hard to predict which ones of these new items new will be part of the Sunday, November 4, Fortnite Shop refresh.
The patch 6.21 skins have a post-apocalyptic feel, and wouldn’t look out of place in the world of Mad Max.
The Ruckus skin is Rare, as are the Mayhem and Reflex outfits. The Flapjackie skin, meanwhile, is Epic.
There’s also a hugely detailed leaked Shogun outfit, complete with accompanying items. This is a Legendary skin, so you’d better save some cash if you want to buy it.
Perhaps Epic Games will pick something Legendary to go into the Fortnite Shop, as we don’t have something of that rarity available at the moment?
There’s also a chance we may something new that hasn’t been found by data miners yet.
Fans who aren’t interested in spending their real cash on cosmetics don’t have to worry about missing out on any in-game rewards.
As the development team notes whenever selling cosmetic items, the stuff bought from the item shop does not provide bonuses.
They are purely cosmetic, so fans shouldn’t worry about losing a fight with another player because they have paid for better gear.
The battle pass costs V-Bucks to buy and offer some of the best outfits in season 6.
The Tier 100 items will be the ones everyone will want to get their hands on, although that will take some dedication when it comes to completing weekly challenges.
The challenges are separated into hard and regular tiers of difficulty.
The hard difficulty Fortnite challenges net players ten Battle Stars, while the regular tasks reward fans with five Battle Stars.
A special secret skin will also be released as part of the season 6 Hunting Party Challenge.
We’re only into week 6 of the battle pass, so we won’t find out what it is until nearer week 7 of season 6.