With every patch or update implemented into Fortnite: Battle Royale, comes a plethora of new, unreleased cosmetics.
With every patch or update implemented into Fortnite: Battle Royale, comes a plethora of new, unreleased cosmetics. It has become a tradition that leakers enter the game files following each patch in search of new skins and items. This is called “data mining”.
In this article, we will provide you with all of the data mined emotes and gliders available with patch 12.10. In addition, we will also list all of the emotes and gliders from previous patches that have still not been publicly released.
Most of these cosmetics will be released in the shop for purchase via V-Bucks. However, sometimes these cosmetics are available through non-traditional methods. For example, the Galaxy skin was only obtainable for a limited-time with the purchase of certain Samsung Galaxy devices. We have seen this sort of promotion with items such as the Minty Pickaxe, the Honor Guard skin and the Ikonik bundle. Fortnite has also started releasing cosmetics only available through competitive play, such as the Komplex skin.
Members Only’s official description is, “are you in the club?”
Distracted’s official description is, “plan of attack… entirely forgotten.”
A preview of this leaked emote can be found here.
Sad Clap’s official description is, “clap through the sadness.”
Skellon, along with Oro, is part of the Cryptic Curse set. We can expect the skin, back bling, glider and pickaxe to release together. Skellon’s official description is, “nothing stops a dragon.”
Elite Recon is part of the Artificial Evolved set. The skins and pickaxes of this set have been released but the glider was left out for whatever reason. Elite Recon’s official description is, “your eye in the sky.”
There you have it. Every single unreleased emote and glider in Fortnite (minus the vaulted ones). All of these cosmetics have their own story. Some may be released as soon as tomorrow. Some will never see their official release.
Stay tuned here at GGRecon for updates on all things Fortnite — including all of the new cosmetics found in future patches.
Images via Epic Games