With countless new characters arriving in the game every year, a steady stream of new weapons and gadgets used to secure victory royales, and monthly crossovers with huge series like The Avengers, Fortnite seems like a game built to spawn toys.
Now several years into its life, there are still loads of Fortnite toys on the market—whether we're talking action figures, Nerf guns, or sets to build yourself.
There are also some cheap knock-offs out there, so watch out to make sure you aren't duped. The Fortnite toys and collectibles we've rounded up below are the best of the bunch.
The best Fortnite toys: action figures
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Agent Peely's Room Set - ($25)
What's better than a sentient banana man? A sentient banana man with a dapper dress code. This set takes inspiration from Fortnite Chapter 2's agents vs. spies motif for a really cool look. Plus you get two Peely figures for about the price of one, making it an appeeling value.
McFarlane Toys action figures - ($17 - $100)
If you're looking for figurines with a little extra quality, McFarlane Toys is where to look. McFarlane sells quality figurines for collectors, and its Fortnite toys are no different, offering a variety of characters and a fairly wide price range, depending on what you're searching for.
Fortnite Brawler's Series - Kit, Meowscles, The Scientist, and Kit (Shadow) Figure Set - ($20 - $25 each)
Four of Fortnite's most popular characters, now in action figure form. Each features 35+ points of articulation for maximum poseability, along with weapons and even some alternate heads for different expressions.
Jazwares action figures - ($5 - $76)
If you want something a little on the smaller side, both in terms of price and stature, Jazwares' officially licensed range of 4-inch and 6-inch Fortnite toys is the place to look. They offer a huge range of characters with accessories, but they also have the 'legendary series'. These Fortnite figures really are collectors' items, with an increased height and far more options in terms of their posing potential and articulation.
Funko Pop (opens in new tab) - ($8 - $24)
Many may think they're dull, but you know what you're getting with a Funko Pop, both from a price and product standpoint. If you're a Funko collector, like the style, or your kid just wants a Fortnite figure to put next to their console, these are among the cheapest Fortnite toys available.
Vehicles and building sets
The best Fortnite toys: vehicles and building sets
The Baller RC Vehicle - ($30)
The Baller is one of Fortnite's most popular vehicles. One part plunger grappling gun, other part that weird thing from Jurassic World (opens in new tab), I was genuinely sad to see it go with the arrival of Fortnite Chapter 2. You can roll around the living room or driveway with this 360-degree radio-controlled 'car', which also comes with a 4-inch figure to sit inside.
Fortnite Transforming Driftboard - ($20)
Fun fact: I actually got this for the kid in my life, so you know it's worth it. Peely is one of the Fortnite community's favorite characters, and this toy set gives him his own surfboard that also doubles as a skateboard. If nothing else, it's a great chance to get a quality dad joke in by telling your kid to "peel out".
Fortnite Building Sets - ($27 - $80)
If you or your kid are more into the building aspect of Fortnite, look no further than these official building sets. There are a fair few options, including some that comes with action figures, too. The late-game survival kit lets you make a really tall stack fort, while the turbo builder set lets you create angled forts and position your action figures on them for cool poses.
The best Fortnite toys: Nerf guns
Nerf BASR-L Bolt Action Blaster (opens in new tab) - ($32)
Tired of aiming down the ironsights? This scoped sniper rifle lets you pick off chumps (and siblings) from further away. Or if you still want to practice from mid-to-close range, you can just take off the scope and convert it into a simpler hunting rifle.
Nerf Fortnite TS-1 Blaster (opens in new tab) - ($80)
This Nerf cannon is a pretty faithful replica of the tactical shotgun from the game. Not only is it silly-looking enough to not be mistaken for a real gun, but the darts actually do more damage than the tac shotgun in the game itself! Just mind the price tag.
The best Fortnite toys: Everything else
Fortnite Jumbo Loot Llama - ($98)
Don't let the price tag fool you. This is the motherload of Fortnite value. The loot llama comes with two figures, a ton of weapons for them to wield, enough crafting material to make a clocktower and have plenty left over, one Domez figure, and more.