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The best Fortnite merchandise in 2021 - get a real-life Victory Royale with these t-shirts and toys

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Considering how thoroughly it's conquered the pop-culture world in the last few years, it probably won't come as a surprise to hear that there's no shortage of Fortnite merchandise. And that's kinda the problem - it can be tricky to know where you should start. There are t-shirts, toys, replicas, Nerf blasters, and… well, the list goes on.

That's why we've rounded up some of the best Fortnite merchandise here, ranging from Funko Pop! figures to clothing. It should provide inspiration no matter whether you're shopping for yourself or someone else. We've been sure to include something to suit every budget, too.

Speaking of budget, you'll find the lowest prices below. Our bargain-hunting software is always on the lookout for deals, and it's regularly updated with the latest discounts. Keep an eye out for a price cut! 

Fortnite merchandise - t-shirts

Fortnite merchandise

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If you want to wear something Fortnite-themed while flossing to your latest Victory Royale, there are plenty of branded t-shirts to choose from. Looking for cheap and cheerful Fortnite merchandise? This is where you should start your search.

Besides being affordable, Fortnite t-shirts offer a similar amount of variety to in-game skins. If a character is even slightly popular, you can bet your butt there will be a t-shirt to represent it. Memes are also a shoe-in.

No matter what, just remember to double-check the sizing and fit before pulling the trigger on Fortnite t-shirts. You don't want to order an awesome tee, rip open the parcel, and (oh, the humanity) find out that it's actually for five year-olds.

Fortnite merchandise - toys

Fortnite merchandise

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As you'd expect, one of the biggest franchises in the world has spawned more than a few action figures since its launch in 2017. That gives us a lot of ground to cover, so strap in. To help narrow things down, we've listed some of the best Fortnite toys below.

This terrifyingly vast branch of Fortnite merchandise can be divided into two categories: toys that are built for kids to play with/wreck/leave all over the floor for parents to tread on, or collectables for display. The four-inch range is ideal if you want something cheap to sling in your child's toybox, for example. Meanwhile, the more expensive six-inch Legendary Series equivalents (or the McFarlane line) have a higher level of detail and articulation that make them great for older fans. Funko Pop! Vinyls sit somewhere in the middle, so they're a fair go-to if you're not sure where to start.

Fortnite merchandise - Nerf blasters

Fortnite merchandise

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These toys might be the most on-brand Fortnite merchandise out there. Big, bold, and brightly colored, they recreate the game's most iconic weapons in cartoonish style. That means you can get a Victory Royale in real life anywhere from the back yard to your college dorm room. We've pulled together some recommendations to get you started, and more are available in our page of the best Fortnite Nerf guns.

However, heed this small warning before hitting the checkout: there are different kinds of Fortnite Nerf blasters to choose from. One set fires soft darts, while others are Super Soaker water pistols. They look very similar, so it pays to make sure (the latter definitely won't fire those Nerf bullets you've splashed out on, for example).

If you want water pistols, on the other hand? Get some suggestions in our guide to the best water guns.

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Benjamin Abbott

As one of the site's Hardware Editors, you'll find my grubby paws on everything from board game reviews to Lego buying guides. I've been writing about games in one form or another for almost a decade (with bylines ranging from Metro.co.uk and PC Gamer to TechRadar), and have worked at GamesRadar+ since 2018. I can normally be found cackling over some evil plan I've cooked up for my group's next Dungeons & Dragons campaign.