The long wait is finally over, and Fortnite Season X is here. After a lengthy update, Season X is now available to all players across every console. As per usual with every Fortnite season, there’s tons of new content in terms of both gameplay and cosmetics.
One of the more exciting parts of a new season is seeing the Battle Pass for the first time. Over 100 shiny new skins and other cosmetics are readily obtainable with a bit of grinding.
However, if you feel so inclined, you can buy your way through all 100 tiers to unlock every reward before playing a single match. That’s what we did. Let’s take a look at every Fortnite Season X Battle Pass reward.
Below you will find images of every tier in both the Free and Premium Battle Pass. As mentioned above, we went ahead and bought every tier in the Premium Battle Pass, which is why they are unlocked in these images.
The initial reaction to the Season X Battle Pass is overwhelmingly positive. Many believe this is perhaps the best Battle Pass Fortnite has seen in some time. There are a ton of interesting items to unlock and a decreased amount of “filler” rewards (sprays, icons, etc.).
One of the best aspects of this Battle Pass is the variants for every skin. In the past, Tier 1 and Tier 100 skins would be the only skins with unlockable styles. For Season X, on the other hand, nearly every skin has an unlockable style. Those that do not come with an unlockable style, though, are variants of other skins on the Battle Pass.
Both the Tier 1 and Tier 100 skins look incredible, which has been a knock on previous Battle Passes. The gliders and pickaxes all feature slick designs that have players counting the tiers until they can unlock them.
All in all, this Battle Pass was a home run for both Epic Games and Fortnite. Still, it will be interesting to see how long the “honeymoon phase” for this season lasts for.
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Joey Carr is a University of North Georgia Journalism graduate. He has 5+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including Dreamhack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.