10 best anime skins in Fortnite: Anime outfits ranked

Aakrit Sharma
Beerus, Son Goku, Vegeta, and Bulma anime skins in FortniteEpic Games

Thanks to collaborations with Naruto, Dragon Ball Z, and My Hero Academia, Fortnite offers many appealing skins inspired by anime that players love. So we made this list of the 10 best anime skins in Fortnite featuring Goku, Itachi, All Might, and more.

Fortnite has managed to keep its hype by doing more crossovers than any other game ever. As soon as the anime industry witnessed a surge in its popularity, Epic Games was quick to collaborate with the biggest names like Naruto, Dragon Ball Z, and My Hero Academia.

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Given how anime has its own art style which is different from the game, the developers at Fortnite decided to stay true to it which made these skins stand out among the other typical skins. This new cell-shading design they used for anime skins became so popular that developers made anime-style versions of original characters like Midas too.

Now that we know how remarkable it is to own them, here’s a list of the best anime skins in Fortnite.

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Best-looking anime skins in Fortnite

Before jumping to the ranking, do note that this list of the best anime skins in Fortnite ranks them on their appearance. While skins like Itachi and Naruto are naturally the biggest hits, there are many anime-style cosmetics that are more detailed and good-looking.

10. Kakashi

Kakashi anime skin in FortniteEpic Games
Kakashi Hatake was first released in Chapter 2: Season 8.
  • How to get: Item Shop
  • Price: 1500 V-Bucks

Arrived in Fortnite with the Naruto crossover and the sleek design, Kakashi instantly impressed many players. The skin has two primary styles and just like the anime, you won’t find him removing his mask in any of them. By completing Nindo challenges, you could also unlock free gliders and other Naruto-themed cosmetics.

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Be it the Khaki Jacket and the headband in his default skin or the forearm guards and bandages in the Black Ops variant, Kakashi’s skins are full of details that can hit fans with nostalgia. They also prove that precise and simple skins can still compete with reactive and dazzling designs.

9. Golden Gear Midas

Golden Gear Midas anime skin in FortniteEpic Games
Wraps cannot be used when the Goldern Gear Midas skin is equipped.

Midas might not be a famous anime character, but he is arguably the most popular Fortnite character. The Golden Gear Midas skin gives him an anime-style makeover with the help of a futuristic yellow jacket, black pants, grey gear, and red sneakers.

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Because Midas can turn everything he touches to gold, you cannot equip wraps with this skin. The default gold-style wrap will be applied on every weapon which isn’t a deal-breaker. If Midas ever appears in an anime, the Golden Gear Midas skin should be his look.

This skin also showcased how serious Epic Games is regarding the inclusion of anime-style cosmetics in its battle royale title.

8. Itachi

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The Itachi skin was last seen in the Item Shop over 200 days ago.
  • How to get: Item Shop
  • Price: 1500 V-Bucks

Another Naruto skin that was heavily appreciated by Fortnite players is Itachi. The original skin in which Itachi dons his black Kimono with red clouds is an exact replica of his look in the anime. This is great for players who’ve watched the anime and wanted the characters to look as authentic as possible.

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Itachi’s Black Ops variant is very similar to Kakashi’s. Apart from the face and hair, both characters have grey forearm guards and some bandages.

Itachi arrived in the Fortnite x Naruto Rivals crossover event and just like the original event, you could unlock exciting free skins by completing challenges.

7. Ochaco Uraraka

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Ochaco Uraraka was released as part of the My Hero Academia Set.
  • How to get: Item Shop
  • Price: 1500 V-Bucks

Launched with the Fortnite x My Hero Academia crossover, there are so many things to love about the Ochaco Uraraka skin. With white gear, a black suit, and some pink equipment in between, the color scheme is as lively as Ochaco herself.

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The attention to detail in Ochaco’s skin is equally impressive. If you’re a fan of her in My Hero Academia, the Fortnite skin will instantly grab your attention because it stays true to the original character design and blends in well in Fortnite’s own cartoonish world.

6. Erisa

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Erisa was the fourth cel-shaded cosmetic to be in the Battle Pass.
  • How to get: Unlocked after reaching Page 8
  • Price: Chapter 3 Season 2 Battle Pass

The Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 Battle Pass included an anime skin called Erisa. Alongside the skin, you could unlock several styles and there are multiple striking combinations to try out. All the color options feel like icing on the cake and to give more character to the skin, you can equip the cape and helmet.

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Anime skins are famous for having the best hair design and Erisa is no exception. Although she’s an original Fortnite outfit, it is hard to make out that she’s not from an actual anime series.

5. Nezumi

Nezumi anime skin in FortniteEpic Games
With Nezumi’s default style, it is impossible to wear Back Blings.
  • How to get: Unlocked after reaching Page 9
  • Price: Chapter 4 Season 1 Battle Pass

Nezumi arrived in the Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1 Battle Pass and fans were amazed to discover its reactive properties. The skin glows as you get eliminations and the unlockable styles open up several customization opportunities.

From traditional dressing to multiple out-of-the-box hairstyles, Nezumi has everything that you’d expect from an anime skin. Players who like solid colors can use the original Nezumi skin and the Exile Nezumi and Ascension Nezumi styles are perfect if you like glossy and vibrant outfits.

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Do note that unlocking the Ascension Nezumi skin requires you to earn account levels and complete the Fortnite Midseason Drops quests.

4. Naruto

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Naruto Uzumaki was originally going to be one of the Hunters back in Chapter 2: Season 5.
  • How to get: Item Shop
  • Price: 1500 V-Bucks

Regarded as a game-changing skin that paved the way for future collaborations, the Naruto Uzumaki was the first anime skin in Fortnite that was a result of an official crossover. Being one of the, if not the most popular anime character ever, it is no surprise that the Naruto skin was a massive hit.

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Naruto looks as charming and innocent as he was in the anime and the Seventh Hokage style is like a special gift for long-time fans of the series. Yet again, the developers stayed true to the original design and didn’t overcomplicate things.

If it wasn’t for the success of this skin, we might not have witnessed some of the best anime skins in the game that are listed below.

3. Beerus

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Beerus is an Epic outfit and is part of the Dragon Ball Set.
  • How to get: Item Shop
  • Price: 1500 V-Bucks

No anime skin is as underrated as the Beerus skin that was launched with the Dragon Ball Z collaboration. You might not get additional styles or a built-in emote with it, but that should not change the fact that Beerus looks outright incredible. He is literally the God of Destruction in Dragon Ball Super and this skin successfully exhibits his confident demeanor.

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Beeru’s toned body makes the skin desirable for sweaty players and his minimalistic clothing proves that you don’t need much to stand out.

It is worth noting that Beerus reacts secretly to the Boosting Ki and the Charging Up emotes that you could get by completing the in-game Dragon Ball Z quests.

2. Son Goku

Son Goku anime skin in FortniteEpic Games
Son Goku has another variant called Goku Black.
  • How to get: Item Shop
  • Price: 2000 V-Bucks

The Dragon Ball Z crossover was one of the most highly-anticipated events in Fortnite history, and thanks to skins like Son Goku, it delivered. You don’t need to be a hardcore anime fan to recognize Goku, and even if you’re unfamiliar with the franchise, the Son Goku skin in itself is quite catchy.

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Son Goku in Fortnite has four styles including Super Saiyan, Super Saiyan Blue, and Ultra Instinct. In the Ultra Instinct style, Goku truly feels like one of the strongest beings in the universe because of his physique.

Having said that, it is hard to judge the Son Goku skin without associating it with the anime character. The fact that millions of players are hit with nostalgia after seeing Goku use his built-in transformation emotes is enough to make him a top entry on this list.

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1. All Might

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By using the Symbol of Peace Emote with All Might, he does a unique laughing animation.
  • How to get: Item Shop
  • Price: 2000 V-Bucks

Fortnite outdid itself with the All Might skin in Chapter 4 Season 1. For 2000 V-Bucks, you get two skins featuring the strongest protagonist in My Hero Academia. You get a built-in All Might’s Transformation emote that is arguably the best built-in emote to date.

Toshinori Yagi spits blood when turning into a skinny man from All Might. Moreover, he chuckles in confidence after turning into the mighty beast. Both the skins are full of character and it’s hard to complain about All Might being bulky because it complements his persona.

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In his skinny form, Toshinori can be seen wearing baggy clothes with that iconic poker look on his face. Overall, you get a lot of value with the All Might skin and it is one of the biggest reasons behind the success of the My Hero Academia crossover.

Well, these are the best anime skins in Fortnite and we are certain that Epic Games will release even better skins in the near future. For similar content, check out:

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Aakrit is a games writer with over 2000 published articles for EssentiallySports, Sportskeeda, FortniteINTEL, and CharlieINTEL. Currently, he writes guides on Minecraft, Roblox, Pokemon games, Genshin Impact, and Brawlhalla. Aakrit loves playing shooter games and in his free time, you can find him queued up in Valorant, Fortnite, Apex Legends, or Halo Infinite. You can contact Aakrit at [email protected].