A set of unreleased emotes have been discovered in the game files for Fortnite following the most recent update, v5.30, and have been leaked online.
With every new update, Epic Games, developer of Fortnite, adds new items and changes to the game to keep it fresh - as well as to sell players new cosmetics.
As well as character skins, emotes are one of the most popular in-game purchases, giving your character some seriously wacky moves to perform in the lobby, spawn island or mid game.
With patch v5.30, six new emotes have been discovered, by trusted data miners, TwoEpicBuddies.
Because these emotes aren't yet available in game, there is no footage of what they look like fully, only these previews with their names.
UPDATE - Data miners have leaked the rarities and in-game footage (with audio) of these six emotes. Check them out by clicking here.
It also isn't possible to tell their rarity, or how many V-Bucks they will cost, but they should be available in the store very soon, so not long to wait.
Prices for emotes in Fortnite have in the past varied from 200 V-Bucks for the Uncommon variety to 800 V-Bucks for the Epic rarity.
As well as new cosmetic items, there has also been a number of other leaks coming from game files as part of v5.3.
A new 'Shockwave' grenade has been discovered, which looks particularly intriguing, as it is suspected to be a legendary version of the impulse grenade.
Another new item, the 'Rift-to-go' has already been spotted in-game, and you can see footage of it in action here.