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Fortnite Halloween costumes
Getting a good Fortnite costume can be harder than you think. Our guide’s on hand to point you in the right direction.

If you’re hunting down the best Halloween costume, congrats – you’re in the right place. We’ve been searching for the coolest, cheapest outfits, and now that Halloween itself is just one week away, it’s high time to get yourself one before they all sell out (as someone who’s tried getting a costume at the last minute, trust me when I say ‘they all sell out’).

No matter whether you want to masquerade as someone from a galaxy far, far away after the new Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker trailer or are keen to dress up as the Joker following his latest big-screen outing, we’ve got you covered – the best Halloween costumes can be found below. There are even some Fortnite costumes in there if you can’t get enough of Chapter 2.

Best Halloween costumes 2019

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Channel the villain in this Force Awakens outfit

Channel the villain in this Force Awakens outfit

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The Rise of Skywalker Kylo Ren costume is awesome, but it's selling out fast

The Rise of Skywalker Kylo Ren costume is awesome, but it’s selling out fast

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Hype surrounding the Skywalker saga’s end is at an all-time high, and there are plenty of Kylo Ren costumes to help you channel its brooding Supreme Leader. This particular costume gets you the robes and tunic as seen in The Force Awakens, as almost everyone seems to have run out of his Rise of Skywalker get-up (which is only available in small on Amazon). Because it comes with a half mask, you could always grab the full helmet for less with this offer. Meanwhile, his iconic lightsaber can be found here.

Got a younger Star Wars fan in the family? They can dress up as Kylo with this kids costume.

Buy it: $20.71 – $67.99 on Amazon

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Take on Rey's Rise of Skywalker look with this costume

Take on Rey’s Rise of Skywalker look with this costume

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Go back to where it all began with this Force Awakens costume

Go back to where it all began with this Force Awakens costume

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This version of the costume is inspired by Rey's training in The Last Jedi

This version of the costume is inspired by Rey’s training in The Last Jedi

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The kickass hero of the sequel trilogy can be channelled via some very cool outfits. Although the one pictured above is her Rise of Skywalker look, our choice would be this Force Awakens version because it’s much more textured and is cheaper (the ability to get your hair up in that iconic ‘do is not included, sadly). You can always grab Rey’s The Last Jedi outfit if you’d prefer, but getting hold of the Skywalker lightsaber isn’t too expensive no matter which version you choose.

Once again, a kid’s version is available via Amazon as well.

Buy it: $39.95 – $45.60 on Amazon

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Giddyup, Loot Llama

Giddyup, Loot Llama

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Fortnite is the gift which keeps giving, and that now extends to costumes: just check out this Loot Llama and rider outfit. Making it look like you’re riding something is really big this Halloween (for reasons we can’t quite figure out), but this version has a dope Fortnite spin that any fan will appreciate. There’s also a kid’s version here for younger Fortnite players.

To complete the ensemble, don’t miss these Fortnite NERF guns either.

Buy it: $59.99 on Amazon

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Get cosy with this cute/really creepy Cuddle Team Leader suit

Get cosy with this cute/really creepy Cuddle Team Leader suit

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If you want nightmares for days, this mask (sold separately) is for you

If you want nightmares for days, this mask (sold separately) is for you

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This may be one of the most adorable/creepy Fortnite skins out there, and that makes it perfect for Halloween. Better still, it’s officially licensed so you know it’s not a cheap knock-off. You can even increase the creep factor by getting a full mask, too. 

As before, a kid’s version is also available.

Buy it: $79.99 – $99.99 on Amazon

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Party like it's 2008 with this Dark Knight Joker costume

Party like it’s 2008 with this Dark Knight Joker costume

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Alternatively, go comics-accurate with this Arkham Joker

Alternatively, go comics-accurate with this Arkham Joker

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This Suicide Squad Joker would go well Harley Quinn as a couple's costume

This Suicide Squad Joker would go well Harley Quinn as a couple’s costume

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Although the Clown Prince of Crime is back in the spotlight thanks to his latest film, there aren’t any outfits for it. Weird, right? To make up for that, you can grab the classic Dark Knight costume (which is easy to complete with face paint), a Batman: Arkham Asylum one, or the Suicide Squad version. 

There’s always the kid’s size for younger Clown Princes of Crime, too.

Buy it (Dark Knight version): $36.05 – $66.49 on Amazon

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This outfit is a great recreation of Harley's Suicide Squad look

This outfit is a great recreation of Harley’s Suicide Squad look

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Go back to basics with this classic Harley Quinn outfit

Go back to basics with this classic Harley Quinn outfit

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Harley’s breaking out from under Mistah J’s shadow in Birds of Prey next year, so now seems like a good time to dress up as the classic DC villain over Halloween. There are a ton of accessories you can get to complete this look, including wigs, a Puddin’ collar, and her trusty baseball bat. If you’d prefer something a little closer to her original appearance in the comics, this black and red outfit goes back to the classic Batman: The Animated Series version.

Buy it: $31.55 – $74.99 on Amazon

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Fight for truth, justice, and candy with this Endgame Cap costume

Fight for truth, justice, and candy with this Endgame Cap costume

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There's also a women's Captain America costume, and it looks rad

There’s also a women’s Captain America costume, and it looks rad

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If you’re like us and still aren’t over the emotional trauma of Avengers: Endgame, this costume is a fitting tribute to everyone’s favorite super soldier, Steve Rogers. While it apparently tends to fit a bit large, it’s a detailed costume that translates his look in the final film faithfully. Want the shield? Grab it here. 

And it’s not just guys who can dress up as Captain America, by the way – there’s also a women’s version of the costume that’s every bit as cool.

As before, there’s a kid’s alternative as well.

Buy it: $30.99 – $69.99 on Amazon

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This costume is modelled after the Captain's solo film

This costume is modelled after the Captain’s solo film

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You can try Captain Marvel's comic book outfit with this awesome suit

You can try Captain Marvel’s comic book outfit with this awesome suit

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Fly higher, further, and faster as one of the MCU’s best: Captain Marvel. This version of the suit is from her solo movie, and it’s of a much higher quality than many others we’ve seen. As such, it’s a worthy investment (the additional touches like the belt really make it). If you’re a comics fan, you can even grab an incredible recreation of that costume for less here.

Got a mini Captain Marvel fan? Give them their own costume with the kid size outfit.

Buy it: $38.15 – $80.96 on Amazon

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This Black Panther costume is a classic muscle suit, so we can pretend for an evening to have a physique worthy of the King of Wakanda. You can then boost it with a full overhead latex mask and gloves to complete the look, not to mention a full necklace to really up your game. You can also get Black Panther in womens’ sizing, though sadly it’s not of the same quality (booo). The Shuri costume is awesome, though, and there’s a really great Dora Milaje suit as well (not to mention the accompanying spear and Kimoyo beads).

At the other end of the scale, the kids costume can be found here.

Buy it: $30.59 – $34.98 on Amazon

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While we patiently wait for Wonder Woman 1984, you can honor the Amazonian warrior with this fantastic costume. It’s screen-accurate and looks fairly sturdy considering the price. As with most of the costumes above, you can also get multiple accessories like Diana’s sword and shield for not a tremendous amount more.

For the kid’s version, check out this costume.

Buy it: $28.93 – $84.49 on Amazon

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This is possibly one of the best Halloween costumes we’ve seen in our search. Although it’s a bit more expensive, it seems to be of a very high quality. Happily, it’s also unisex. If you want to get wands, you can either go relatively low-cost or grab full-on replicas that are works of art in and of themselves, and not too expensive either (we cover those in more detail in our guide to the best Harry Potter merchandise).

For boy and girl wizards everywhere, check out the kid’s size.

Buy it: $75.40 – $139.99 on Amazon