What is the rarest emote in Fortnite in 2024?

Rishabh Sabarwal
Fortnite Chapter 5 Season 1 characters on a train

From Hot Marat to Stuck and more, here’s everything you need to know about the rarest emotes in Fortnite along with when they were last seen in the Item Shop.

Given how emotes are now a regular part of the Battle Pass and crossovers in Fortnite, it’s not surprising that they have become one of the defining features of the game. From taunting your enemies to showing off your moves, emotes can come in handy in many situations.

The game has over eight hundred emotes, each varying in moves, price, and rarity. This rarity seems to trump them all since owning a rare emote can prove that you are a true veteran.

On that note, let’s take a look at the 10 rarest emotes in Fortnite in 2024.

What is the rarest emote in Fortnite?

The rarest emote in Fortnite is Fresh which was last seen in the Item Shop on November 21, 2018. This implies that players around the world haven’t been able to purchase this emote for over 1950 days and the number is increasing with each passing day.

Fresh is an Epic emote that costs 800 V-Bucks, and it has appeared in the Item Shop 30 times. Considering that we’re talking about the rarest emote in Fortnite history, the price seems minimal.

However, this is the thing that makes Fortnite cosmetics rare in the first place. While fan-favorite skins like Naruto, Goku, and All Might are purchased heavily at launch, rare skins and emotes like Fresh often get neglected.

Now that Fresh hasn’t been up for grabs for almost five years, it has finally gained the attention of the Fortnite community. Players who own this emote naturally get bragging rights as they are the true OGs who’ve been playing since Season 1.

Hot Marat in Fortnite
The quality of Fortnite emotes has improved drastically in the past few years.

Rarest Fortnite emotes

Apart from Fresh, there’s a whole bunch of Fortnite emotes that are considered rare and have not been seen by the player base in the game for more than 800 days.

Here’s a list of rare emotes and when they were last seen in the Item Shop:

EmoteLast Seen
Hot MaratNovember 2018 (1950+ days)
Kiss The CupJuly 2019 (1700+ days)
Welcome!October 2019 (1650+ days)
Go HomeOctober 2019 (1650+ days)
HeadbangerApril 2020 (1450+ days)
Raise The CupAugust 2020 (1350+ days)
Zombie ShamblesNovember 2020 (1250+ days)
Out With The OldJanuary 2021 (1200+ days)
Sing AlongJanuary 2021 (1200+ days)
Freezing BurstMarch 2021 (1100+ days)
Lazer Blast and Lazer FlexJune 2021 (1050+ days)
Pull UpJuly 2021 (1000+ days)
Jabba SwitchwayAugust 2021 (950+ days)
Go MufasaAugust 2021 (950+ days)
It’s ComplicatedAugust 2021 (950+ days)
StuckSeptember 2021 (950+ days)
Pele’s Air PunchSeptember 2021 (950+ days)
I Ain’t AfraidDecember 2021 (850+ days)

With any of these emotes in your locker, you can without a doubt call yourself a Fortnite OG. This also means that other players in the lobby will look at you as a skilled veteran and might not engage with you out of fear.

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