Fortnite comprises a wide gallery of emotes that are inspired by popular dances and some that the game itself has made viral. Here’s the rarest emote in Fortnite that only a few lucky players have in their locker.
Out of all the Battle Royale games out there, Fortnite is one with a huge gallery of in-game cosmetics. Apart from its popular cosmetics such as skins and pickaxes, the next hot commodity for Fortnite players is Emotes.
Emotes are actions or dance moves that a player in Fortnite performs to diss their opponent or just have fun out there on the island. They have been around in the game since the very first season of Fortnite.
While there are hundreds of Fortnite emotes out there ranging from Blinding Lights to Gangnam Style, some haven’t made an appearance in the Item Shop for years now. Here’s all about the rarest emote to ever exist in Fortnite.
What is the rarest emote in Fortnite?
The rarest emote in Fortnite is Rambunctious. This emote was released in 2018 during Chapter 1 Season 4 of Fortnite, which makes this an OG cosmetic item in the game. The emote could be bought from the Item Shop for just 500 V-Bucks.
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Rambunctious last appeared in the shop on 3rd September 2018, making this emote’s last seen appearance 1424 days ago, the longest ever in Fortnite history. The dance was inspired by Will Smith’s character in the American 90s sitcom, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
Due to the usage of the dance moves inspired by the show without permission of the showrunners, Rambunctious and Fresh was a part of a lawsuit filed by them against Epic Games. As a result, both the emotes never saw the item shop again and remain rare with only the OG player-base.
10 most rare Fortnite emotes
Apart from Rambunctious, there’s a whole bunch of Fortnite emotes which are considered rare and have not been seen by the player base in the game again for more than 500 days. Here’s a list of rare emotes and when were they last seen in the Item Shop.
- Fresh: Last seen 1345 days ago
- Tidy: Last seen 1324 days ago
- Widow’s Pirouette: Last seen 1179 days ago
- Kiss The Cup: Last seen 1096 days ago
- Rawr: Last seen 1053 days ago
- Breezy: Last seen 1148 days ago
- Tsssss: Last seen 998 days ago
- Vivacious: Last seen 975 days ago
- Pick It Up: Last seen 969 days ago
- Sprinkler: Last seen 926 days ago
There are several emotes that are in the Fortnite gallery that is known for their rarity and are extremely popular amongst the player community. Any player who owns them in their locker is considered as a “sweat” – a common term used by Fortnite players for pros and the OG players.
For more, check out our guide on Rarest Fortnite skins.
Image Credits: Epic Games
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