One of the game’s earliest back bling, the Black Knight Shield, has been around for a long time. Fewer players have it because it was only accessible in the Fortnite Battle Royale, Chapter 1 Season 2 Battle Pass at tier 70.
Being of an age where possession alone constitutes a flex is an integral part of the sweating cosmetic identity. As for the Black Knight Shield, yes, you read that correctly.
You can wear this back bling with various outfits due to its primarily black color scheme. You may wear it with Peely or Spider-Man; it won’t clash. Here are some of the sweatiest back bling in Fortnite that you may not know about:
1. Enduring Cape
Sweat accumulates quickly under a cape. There was once a period when anyone seen in public wearing a cape was immediately labeled a “sweat.” But times have changed, especially now that projections are so readily available. The Enduring Cape is still an uncomfortable choice.
Wearing the skin, which costs the buyer 2,000 V-Bucks, will give the player a certain amount of in-game kudos. This sweat-proof cape was included with the purchase of Magnus from the Item Shop.
One of the sweatiest back bling is the Emoticape. Because of its high degree of personalization, even the sweatiest player may make it their own. The emote on the back can be customized to match the aesthetic of their locker.
Also, many sweats find it the best low-cost back bling option. The item can be purchased in the Item Shop for only 400 V-Bucks, meaning that loopers will have enough funds to invest in other skins or a premium Battle Pass.
3. Wolfpack Back Bling
The sword in a sheath that serves as Dire’s back bling looks good with nearly any outfit. It’s stunning in its seeming simplicity, and it won’t steal the show. Since it was already part of the Fortnite battle pass, all users had to do to unlock it was playing the game.
4. Molten Battle Shroud
As one of the best back bling pieces in the game, many players are disappointed with the Molten Battle Shroud because of how much it causes them to sweat. It’s like a cape but not very big, so it won’t blow around and obscure your view.
Since this back bling is exclusive to the $25 Fortnite: Darkfire Bundle, it has a lower priority. A small number of customers purchased that bundle.
5. Spectral Spine
Fortnite Battle Royale loopers care about the bling’s aesthetic value. Thus it needs to be hip if it’s used as a back bling. In contrast to the importance of compatibility, you must balance the cool factor.
Up to that moment, the Spectral Spine has been one of the most attractive pieces of back bling available. It conforms to your Fortnite skin without attracting too much notice, which is excellent for sweaty combos.
6. Rocket Raccoon
While I may not be a Marvel fan, this back bling piece is extraordinary. If you want a popular figure to add flair to another famous character, you won’t get that anywhere else. You can accomplish the same thing in Fortnite with “Baby Yoda,” so it’s not entirely original, but still.
Rocket Raccoon’s availability as back bling is already excellent, but the way he floats slightly off-center from the player makes him even more remarkable. It’s not in the way when you’re looking down sights, but it’s still hard to miss.
The Guardian’s back bling is unlike any other in the game. Place him with Groot, as the two make a great team.