Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2 leak skins
Image via @HYPEX on Twitter.

A new season of Fortnite means a ton of new skins for players to purchase. While some are available through the Season 2 Battle Pass, which we covered earlier, a majority of skins will arrive in the Item Shop throughout the season. With every season’s beginning, data-miners dig into the files of Fortnite and discover a huge amount of skins and other cosmetics that will release in the future. This includes emotes, skins, gliders, pickaxes, and much more, which is what we’ll be taking a look at.

Looking through the new skins in Fortnite Season 2

As we stated above, there are a large number of skins and additional cosmetics that have been leaked. So, while we will show you some of these leaked skins, we won’t be showcasing every single one. However, we’ll be crediting the data-miners responsible for the leaks, so you can check out their Twitter for every leak.

That said, we still have a ton of skins to go over for Fortnite Season 2. To start, we’ll be going over the actual skins coming sometime over the course of the next few months. All images are via @HYPEX on Twitter.

Something to note with the last skin, it appears that this cosmetic is fully customizable. This means that players will be able to decorate the skin in multiple ways. From the tattoos to the warpaint to the clothes themselves, this seems like a fantastic addition to Fortnite.

Next up, we have some of the gliders and pickaxes coming to Season 2.

In the last image, the Ka-Boom bomb is a glider, not a new vehicle like HYPEX assumes. From the images, it looks like this will be customizable as well, giving players the option to choose which color they want the glider.

Lastly, we have some of the secondary cosmetics, being back blings, emotes, loading screens.

Fortnite Season 2 looks to have some amazing skins and other cosmetics lined up. So, be sure to save your V-Bucks from the Battle Pass!

Keep up with Daily Esports for all Fortnite Season 2 coverage.

Joey Carr
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.