The Fortnite v10.30 Update is live, and data miners are already working hard to find all the skins, back blings, harvesting tools, and more that will be coming to the popular battle royale title in the near future.
Fans of the game are eagerly anticipating the release of the Fortnite v10.30 Update patch notes, with downtime started, but no sign of the patch notes for those eager to find out what has changed.
The update is set to bring a brand new item, and is likely to make major map changes, with Rift Beacons activating at Paradise Palms and Greasy Grove which are set to bring new life to the classic locations.
Alongside these major changes, Epic Games also added some brand-new cosmetic items to the game’s files, which are likely to appear over the next few weeks, available for purchase by fans who want to update their character’s look.
These cosmetics will be available to buy using V-Bucks, and will be released sporadically over the next fortnight, with the Item Shop refreshing daily to give players a wide range of options.
For those who are impatient and don’t want to wait though, data miners often search through the update’s encrypted files to find the new skins, and release them to give fans a sneak peak at what they can expect from the game in the next few weeks.
As always, just because items have been added to the game’s files in the update, doesn’t guarantee that they will ever be released in Fortnite, with developers Epic Games known to add cosmetics that never see the light of day.
With last week’s v10.20 Content Update not including any new cosmetic items for fans to enjoy, the v10.30 Update is full of new skins, gliders, wraps, and more, and thanks to @FNBRHQ and @VastBlastt, you can take an early look at them below.
Leaked skins and cosmetic items from Fortnite v10.30 Update
You can take a full look at all the emotes added to Fortnite this update thanks to @HYPEX.
Leaked Emotes! pic.twitter.com/mNx3tmmxPK
— HYPEX – Fortnite Leaks & News (@HYPEX) September 11, 2019
More skins and items are being released by data miners, so make sure to keep checking back as we continue to update this article.