The most racy Fortnite banners of all time

The most racy Fortnite banners of all time ...

Fortnite is well-known for its skins, which players can purchase or unlock through gameplay. However, there are other important elements of the game: banners. Banners can be purchased or unlocked based on what you have done in the game.

The color of the banner's icon is the most important thing, not the size of the banner itself. Icons that are difficult to find usually have more detail than those that are simpler to locate.

Banners have become less common over the years, most likely because the community only uses them to demonstrate how long youve been playing. A badge of honor indicates that you have supported the game since its release.

When you first start playing the game, the rarest banners arent always found.

If you have one of these banners, here are the rarest ones from Fortnite. Its a great way to demonstrate that you are not just another player.

Alpha Tester 11

For submitting to 11 different alpha tests, anyone could have purchased the original Alpha Tester banner. That pyramid was a pyramid with a lightning bolt down the middle and a triangle with a hole on the top.

Battle Bus

In Chapter 1, Season 1, buying the Battle Bus was a challenge; you had to complete level 10 and acquire it. What was more difficult was completing this task back in Season 1, because there was no assurance the game would develop the way it did. The banner you got was a bus crashing to some music.

Vulture

Season 2 of Chapter 1 allowed you to obtain the Vulture Banner, thus you had to have played Fortnite before completing Tier 66, which took a lot of time. Again, Fortnite did not take off for some time, so this was a labor-intensive task for a game that might have shut down the following year.

Dinosaur Skull

If reaching Tier 66 in Season 2 was a challenge, then reaching 99 in Season 3 was a challenge. This was meant for those who initially playedFortniteand became good at it, like NICKMERCS or Ninja.

Villain Emblem

This was no big deal as more players began to join Fortnite, and it became even bigger. This banner is special because it's so valuable to the community. This banner has the Villain Emblem, the ultimate way to declare you're a threat in the game. We're not sure how it looks like a diamond to us, but we're sure there's a connection.

Cobra

In Fortnite Season 5, you may unlock the Cobra emblem by reaching Tier 88. This is a much more menacing banner than the previous one because it has a Cobra that looks like it should be included in the Cobra Kai Netflix show.

Glyph

Back in Season 5, Epic Games offered a banner just for completing the Road Trip Challenges, but when they were in the game in the first year, it was a big ask to get players to repeat actions just to complete challenges.

Because everything we see is an L and a P, it looks like a glyph from an older civilization, similar to how Linkin Park used to use their band logo.

TomatoHead

Tomatohead was a free-falling option when you completed the Road Trip Challenges. It's just TomatoHead with some utensils on his head as if it were a makeshift crown.

DJ Yonder

DJ Yonder is a freestyle banner that you may unlock in Season 6 for finishing Hunting Party Challenges. Its a llama, which has been the de facto mascot for Fortnite, wearing a cool futuristic helmet. Its eyes have headphones, and it looks like it's the worst monster around.

Paragon

Epic released Paragon, the game that they were unaware that Fortnite might be worth a lot of money. So they withdrawn the team and resources from the game, which became one of the first Fortnite games to be killed.

To get this banner, you had to play Paragon at least once while it was still in use when Fortnite was released. So you had to play the game in 2017 or early 2018 to get it.

Epic Games

When you see someone walking around with this banner, you need to be an Epic Games employee. It's extremely rare, and if you kill someone with this banner while hacking, it's better to quit and start a new one, because you'll lose yours for a long time.

Holiday Survival Hard

If you completed the Holiday Survival on Hard, you wererewarded with this disturbing banner. There are peppermint sticks instead of bones, and a crown over the skull. In Fortnite's Chinese version, three circles are arranged vertically.

Survival Stonewood

The Survival Stonewood banner depicted a skull on fire. There are crosses on the eyes, so we assume the skull is no longer alive. To get it, you had to complete the Survive the Storm mission in Stonewood in Save The World, but since battle royale mode is much more popular, it's rare to find anyone with any banners for it.

Unreal Engine

During the Save The World Search For Survivors event, players could select their commanders. The commanders were just bigwigs at the time. NICKMERCS, SypherPK, Myth, and Ninja were all not influential enough to be considered commanders during the Fortnite event, which illustrates how long ago it was.

These banners are rare, but neglecting any influencer or choosing the Unreal Engine is even rarer. Sure, at the time, it was a complete waste, but now it's extremely rare to have.

Knife

Since the game has been free for a while, it's difficult to find someone who paid for the Ultimate Edition of Fortnite and is considered the game's creator.

The Knife banner is one of the many banners given to players who fall into this category.

Plays Well With Others

Playing Well With Others might only be obtained by fulfilling 1,000 Play With Others missions in Save The World. Thats a lot of work, but the banner demonstrates that you certainly have friends, which you would not need to prove if you completed that many missions.

Dungeons Champion

For completing the Dungeons event, you might get a lot of banners, but none are rarer than the Dungeons Champion banner. The banner looks like a gatehouse with power flowing from it, in essence what youve demonstrated by doing it.

Buried Snowman

Players could earn a lot of banners during the Frostnite event of Save The World, but one was cooler than the others. The Buried Snowman banner could only be obtained if you survived 30 minutes in Week 2 of Challenge 3 during Frostnite 2018.

In Frostnite 2019, there was also a second chance to unlock this Banner by completing the Last Frost challenge.

Hit The Road

During the Hit The Road event in Save The World, there were two banners you could unlock, but this is arguably one of the worst sweatiest banners ever created. When you completed the mission on Power Level 140 without damaging your truck, you received a banner with an electricity source.

Players with this banner should not be avoided because they have demonstrated how incredible they are at Fortnite.

Into The Storm

Players could earn a scorpion banner by completing the mission on Power Level 70 in Save the World's Into The Storm event. The Scorpion looks stunning and reminds us of a lone ranger out in the desert prepared to grab their Victory Royale.

World Cup 2019

Because this was one of the largest tournaments in Fortnite history, the 2019 World Cup should hold a special place in the hearts of many Fortnite players. This was the first year before COVID halted the World Cups.

Bugha won three million dollars on the spot.

You won the badge for participating, and it's something that gives you fondness.