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Fortnite Halloween skins leaked: New Skull and Ghoul Trooper styles

by David Purcell

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Epic Games released a number of incredible skins and styles to kick off Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 1, but even more have been leaked ahead of schedule following the v11.1 patch. 

The game's latest major update, which went live on October 22, was never really expected to change a lot in terms of the Battle Royale mode, but instead introduced a number of fixes and content for Save the World. 

However, just like many other patches in the past, Epic have added some new content to the game's files and it hasn't taken long for data miners to get their hands on them. Judging by their aesthetics, we wouldn't be surprised to see many of them added for Halloween. 

Epic Games
Epic Games
More skins are coming soon.

Fortnite leakers HYPEX, ShiinaBR, xkleinmikex and PXLPAT were active, as ever, once the patch was set live and during the downtime they discovered evidence to suggest that both Skull Trooper and Ranger are going to get new styles in the near future. 

That's not all, though, as there are a number of – what appear to be – Halloween skins and styles also included in the leaks. So, let's check them out. 

Fortnite leaked skull sets

HYPEX, Twitter
HYPEX, Twitter
This new skull pack has been leaked for Fortnite Chapter 2.


New Ghoul Trooper styles leaked


Other leaked skins and cosmetics following v11.1 update

Aside from the skull set and skin styles for Ghoul Trooper, which are all expected to be added to the game shortly, there have also been a number of other skins and cosmetics appear in the game's data files. 

HYPEX, Twitter
HYPEX, Twitter
Here's a few new Fortnite leaked skins, which could be for the upcoming Halloween event.
PXLPAT, Twitter
PXLPAT, Twitter
We haven't seen anything like these three in Fortnite before.
HYPEX, Twitter
HYPEX, Twitter
Leaked cosmetics following the Fortnite Chapter 2 v11.1 patch.

As you can probably tell, there was certainly a lot more to unpack – in terms of leaks – from the v11.1 patch than many might have expected, especially considering how many changes were implemented at the start of the new season just a week previous. 

If you would like to see how they all look in-game, too, check out this short video from MakksBR.

However, with the Halloween event very much on the horizon in Fortnite, we'll have to see what Chapter 2 has in store for us during its spooky themed weekend. 

Judging by these leaks skins and cosmetics, it's going to be one hell of a ride.