New Epic Games skins have been launched today as part of one of the final season 5 skins releases.
While there are no new challenges to complete this week, fans can still enjoy the latest designs from the Fortnite development team.
These include some pretty creepy looking clown outfits, complete with head pieces and weird vibes.
Games have the next 24hrs to download and grab the new Battle Royale cosmetics, with a new item shop update scheduled for September 24.
New waves of season 5 outfits and items have been coming thick and fast over the past few weeks, with the latest providing a prelude to Halloween.
There’s no sign of blood and guts, just the usual unsettling thing you get when you’re faced with some over-the-top clown skins.
The new Nite Nite and Peekaboo Outfits can be found in the Fortnite Shop and come with the same V-Bucks price tags.
Unlike with past weekends, these new Fortnite items come in just one rarity level, with no Legendary items included.
Last week saw the launch of the Legendary Hot Ride glider, a flying car that would set you back around 1,500 V-Bucks to buy.
Meanwhile, The two news skins available right now have already leaked with a bunch of other season 5 designs, a practice which has become commonplace in 2018.
And it looks like the Nite Nite and Peekaboo skins will be some of the last major item releases of season 5.
The Fortnite Season 6 release date has been set for next week and will include its own range of items and themes.
But that doesn’t mean some of the best skins we have seen during season 5 won’t be back.
One of the first new designs that were made available in the item shop during season 5 was the Viking Magnus skin.
This was followed by the legendary Chomp Snr skin, as well as many unique axe designs from Epic Games.
Due to it being ranked in the highest rarity category, the Chomp Snr and Magnus outfits cost a hefty 2,000 V-Bucks each.
However, both the Nite Nite and Peekaboo skins are of the Epic rank, meaning they will cost 1,500 V-bucks each to buy.
But while the new outfits are sure to prove popular with those hoping to stock up on some new season 5 gear, other items could be even more sought-after.
That’s because fans can also snap up the Battle Pass Tier upgrade, which provides players with a big boost when it comes to their own collection.
If you have run out of time and don’t think you’ll be able to unlock everything from Season 5, you can always spend an extra 900 V-Buck to unlock 10 battle pass tiers.
It’s unclear if Epic Games have any other plans to launch new skins before the start of season 6.
There’s always the chance that Epic Games will look to offer a few more items, although it’s more likely that we will see the return of some older designs.
As the development team notes whenever selling cosmetic items, this new gear will not provide any kind of bonus during a Battle Royale game.
They are purely cosmetic, so fans shouldn’t worry about spending cash in Fortnite unless they want to earn or buy new gear for their character.
The Tier 100 items will be the ones everyone will want to get their hands on, although that will take some dedication when it comes to completing weekly challenges.
The challenges are separated into hard and regular tiers of difficulty.
The hard difficulty Fortnite challenges net players ten Battle Stars, while the regular tasks reward fans with five Battle Stars.