Fortnite Halloween costumes are the must-have item this season, and stocks are low as people flock to IRL versions of their favorite skins. Don't despair if you haven't picked your costume out yet - there are still some cool options out there that your fellow Fortnite fans will immediately recognize. And if you're in the market for Fortnite Halloween accessories and props, there are still a good number of those too. Check out our Fortnite merch guide for more all-year-round fun.
I've put the most affordable options that are still in stock from official vendors up top on each category. But I've also included sold-out or low-stock options that you can still get if you're willing to pay a premium.
Fortnite Halloween costumes
Like the dreaded Dark Voyager but… softer. This Plush Dark Voyager costume is a zip-up, hooded onesie, and the hood even has a blacked-out visor at the end. Handy to have it all in one piece like that - all you need to add is a pair of shoes (or you could always be the Barefoot Voyager, if you prefer).
It's big, it's red, and it's cuddly. This Plush Tricera Ops costume is a hooded onesie with a separate belt piece for proper historical authenticity (a triceratops wouldn't be caught dead without its belt). Note that this costume is currently up for pre-order, and standard shipping probably won't get it to you in time for Halloween. But you could always wear it to Thanksgiving and say you're a mutant turkey.
The king of the dinosaurs assumes a more approachable form with this Plush Rex onesie costume. Notice how the jaunty bandana/ascot is its own little flap of material, not just a patch of dyed-on color. The costume also includes a historically accurate separate belt piece, but the best part is easily the big googly eyes staring out from between the orange spikes.
One of the most prized skins in any Fortnite player's wardrobe can now adorn your IRL body too. Everybody will know you've been playing since before Fortnite was cool as you rock your Skull Trooper costume... or at least that you look like it. This official costume includes a jumpsuit, mask, gloves, bandana, belt with attached ammo pouch, and shin guards.
The cutest, creepiest Fortnite skin is a natural pick for your Halloween shenanigans. This official costume includes a fluffy hooded jumpsuit and a belt. And if you aren't sold on the hoodie-fication of the bear helmet, you could pick up this latex Cuddle Team Leader face mask for $7.49 and wear it with your hood down. That'll really amp up the creep factor.
True operators wear pastels. Equipping Brite Bomber in-game exudes equal parts fun and confidence, and you'll find the same results wearing it to your Halloween party/haunted house trip/professional office environment. This official costume includes a jumpsuit, cropped T-shirt, belt, gloves, and - most importantly - a pair of purple aviators. Combo it with this official Brite Bomber wig for $19.99 for the full pink-and-purple look.
The Season 3 skin of choice for many makes for an equally cool Halloween costume in this non-plush form. No, the orange parts don't actually light up - but you could always make that a DIY project with some LED strips. This official costume includes a jumpsuit with attached harness, gloves, knee pads, boot covers, and a helmet with visor.
Much like the in-game skin, the Crackshot costume is secretly the best value out there: not only can you be a giant, menacing nutcracker for Halloween, you can be a giant, menacing nutcracker for Christmas too! This official costume includes a shirt, hat with attached wig, mask, and gloves - you'll need to provide your own white pants.
Rex costume starting at $159.99 on Amazon
We're entering unlicensed territory now, but just because it doesn't have the official branding doesn't mean it isn't still cool (or else most Halloween stores would be out of business). This Rex costume comes with everything you need to embrace your inner dino-person, including a plush T-rex head mask/helmet. It looks kinda comfy, actually.
Raven costume starting at $159.99 on Amazon
If they know Fortnite, they'll know you're Raven. If they don't know Fortnite, they'll think you're some cool battle goth from a comic book or JRPG or something. It's win-win! This costume is unlicensed as well, and it doesn't include any sort of cowl to give you that "masked anti-hero with glowing eyes" look, but is otherwise spot-on.
Fortnite Halloween accessories
Inflatable Battle Bus for $449.99 on Amazon
This thing ain't cheap, but at a humongous 18 feet long and 17.5 feet high, everyone in your neighborhood will know where the Fortnite party's at. It includes the air pump, tethers, and stakes too, so you don't have to worry about blowing it up yourself or your $400 purchase flying off in a strong breeze (though that would also be true to the game).
Scaly Rex Back Bling Backpack for $39.99 on Amazon
Pair this with your Rex costume for the full dino look or just wear it on its own in your daily life; it's a functional backpack with storage space on the inside. Note that this accessory is currently up for pre-order, but standard shipping could still get it to you in time for Halloween.
Cuddle Bow Back Bling for $34.99 on Amazon
Make your Cuddle Team Leader cosplay complete with this Cuddle Bow Back Bling. It even has a little bit of storage space in the "knot" of the bow, complete with a zipper closure. This accessory is currently up for pre-order as well, but there's a good chance you';ll have it by Halloween.
Light-up, sound-playing Boogie Bomb for $14.99 on Amazon
Prepare to weaponize funkiness with this gleeful recreation of one of Fortnite's most wacky (yet useful) items. It lights up from inside and plays music when you pull the pin, which is pretttttty rad. Best of all, batteries are included.
Loot Llama Piñata for $99.99 on Amazon
It's a llama piñata! It probably isn't full of building materials (I don't think it even comes with candy inside) but it will be immediately appreciated by anybody with even a passing interest in Fortnite.
Basic Pickaxe for $119.99 on Amazon
This default pickaxe will complete just about any Fortnite costume look. Jump up and down while swinging it aimlessly for the "newbie in the lobby" look (just try not to hit anybody, even if it is made out of foam).
Rainbow Smash Pickaxe for $119.99 on Amazon
Or take your wood-harvesting to the next level with this detailed recreation of the Rainbow Smash pickaxe. The wheels on this one really spin so you can even hobby horse around on it if you want.
Light-up, sound-playing Pumpkin Launcher for $173.90 on Amazon
Become the seasonal scourge of builders everywhere with this detailed Pumpkin Launcher toy. It's 30 inches long from back to Jack-o-Lantern'ed front and makes spooky noises as well as lighting up green when you pull the trigger. And yep, batteries are included.
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