The term “sweaty” refers to players who try their hardest to win every match of Fortnite, often to the degree that they may start sweating. While you can tell if a player is sweaty based on their movements and strategies, it’s also possible to pick them out by their skins.
Though countless skins are introduced into Fortnite with each patch, some gain a reputation for being the choice of sweaty players. This usually happens when a popular professional player starts using a skin in most of their matches, resulting in the skin spreading like wildfire. Fans who are eager to play just like their favorite pro equip the same skin and wreak havoc in public matches, earning a skin the reputation of being sweaty.
Rarity is another factor that plays into a skin’s level of sweatiness. A decent chunk of sweaty skins are relatively difficult to unlock since they’re either not available anymore, or they just don’t come back to the shop as much as the others.
Equipping one of the sweatiest skins in Fortnite before you set off for another Victory Royale can strike fear into the hearts of your opponents while also attracting the most worthy challengers who’d like to test your mettle.
Here are the best sweaty skins in Fortnite.
Crystal first became popular after Bugha chose it as his main skin during the 2019 Fortnite World Cup. After Bugha won the tournament, the skin quickly became the choice of countless sweaty players from all around the world.
Released in 2019, Crystal is an uncommon skin that auctions for 800 V-Bucks, and it is frequently available in the shop.
Soon after its release in 2019, Aura quickly became a fan favorite among high-level players. As Aura started getting more highlights in tournaments, it also appeared more often in ranked games, equipped mainly by players looking to bring home the next Cash Cup.
Aura has a price tag of 800 V-Bucks, and the common skin is…