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Fortnite Season 8 Tier 100 Skin: What It Looks Like & All Unlockable Styles

What Fortnite Season 8 Tier 100 Skin looks like
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Fortnite Season 8 Tier 100 Skin: What It Looks Like & All Unlockable Styles

What the Fortnite Season 8 Tier 100 Skin Looks Like & All Unlockable Styles

With each new season of Fortnite, players get a Battle Pass to grind their way through. By completing challenges, you earn skins, dances, emotes, wraps, and a whole bunch more. Reaching Tier 100, however, takes some serious time, but rewards players with a cool skin. Here’s what the Fortnite Season 8 Tier 100 Skin looks like.

If you want to check out the skin for yourself, you can do by heading to the ‘Battle Pass’ tab from the lobby screen by using RB/ RT/ R or just clicking on it for PC players. Then, simply scroll through all the pages right towards the end.

The Fortnite Season 8 Tier 100 Skin is called Luxe and as we’ve seen with the Dire, Ragnarok, and Ice King skins from the past three Seasons, it has multiple stages. However, rather than requiring you to earn set amounts of XP to unlock its various styles, players need to outlast opponents.

The Luxe skin is a legendary rarity, as you’d expect, and looks quite the part, fitting in with Season 8’s pirate theme perfectly. Below, you’ll find images of each stage of the Luxe skin, as well as its unlock requirements next to each.

Stage 1 – Fortnite Season 8 Tier 100 Skin

Fortnite season 8, tier 1 skin, 1

Stage 2 – (Outlast 1000 Opponents)

Fortnite season 8, tier 1 skin, 1

Stage 3 – (Outlast 7500 Opponents)

Fortnite season 8, tier 1 skin, 1

Stage 4 – (Outlast 25,000 Opponents)

Fortnite season 8, tier 1 skin, 4

As such, it looks like if you want the Tier 100 skin at its very finest, you’ll need to outlast 25,000 opponents in the game. That may seem pretty difficult to do in a single season of Fortnite, but fear not.

As has been the case since Season 5’s Ragnarok skin, there’s no time constraints for meeting these requirements and unlocking all of the various stages for the skin. Basically, you could take another three seasons and you’ll still eventually be given the Stage 4 style for the Tier 100 skin.

That’s all you need to know about the Fortnite Season 8 Tier 100 skin and its various unlockable styles. For more on the current season, be sure to check out our ever-expanding Fortnite Season 8 guide wiki.

We’ll be updating this as Season 8 goes on over the next 10 weeks or so, with all of the information you need to complete the weekly challenges, secret stars, and more.

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