Fans only have a short time to catch the new Fortnite skins released by Epic Games.
The weekend saw a new series of outfits and an emote launched, giving fans a chance to grab the latest Fortnite cosmetics.
Battle Royale players can take two new skins by buying them in the Fortnite Shop for V-Bucks article.
One of the new outfits is from the existing series P.A.N.D.A, which is the team leader.
Another skin to view today is the Sushi Master, which is of a lower rarity rankings in Battle Royale.
The panda skin leaked with a number of other season 5 designs, which in 2018 has become commonplace.
Many of these skins have now appeared in the item shop, although fans can expect a steady stream of new content in the coming weeks.
One of the first new designs made available during season 5 was the Viking Magnus skin.
This was followed by the legendary Chomp Snr skin, as well as many unique ax designs from Epic Games.
Because it is ranked in the category with the highest rarity, the Chomp Snr and Magnus outfits each cost a hefty 2,000 V-Bucks.
The P.A.N.D.A team leader has the same rank, which means that it costs the same amount to add to your collection.
The Sushi Master outfit, however, is only a rare skin, which sells 1,200 V-Bucks, less than half the price of the other.
These new designs come with their own unique add-ons and made their season 5-item shop debut on Sunday.
But although the new outfits will certainly be popular with people hoping to hit new skins in season 5, other items may be even more popular
That's because fans can also open the new Llama Bell emote, launched today on August 20th.
As the name suggests, the emote has a Llama-shaped bell, as well as some grooving dance movements.
There is also the new Filet Ax, which has its own unique color palette and costs 800 V-Bucks to buy.
This new Fortnite season 5 skins and equipment are available the next day before they are replaced by more content from Epic Games.
As the development team notes when selling cosmetic items, this new equipment does not offer any bonus during a Battle Royale game.
They are purely cosmetic, so fans should not worry about spending money in Fortnite unless they want to earn or buy new things for their character.
The Tier 100 items are the ones that everyone wants to address, although that requires some dedication when it comes to completing weekly challenges.
The challenges are separated into hard and normal difficulty levels.
The hard difficulty Fortnite challenges the net players to ten Battle Stars, while the regular tasks reward fans with five Battle Stars.
By unlocking Battle Stars, you raise your Battle Pass. This way you unlock all offered rewards.
Season 5 also includes bonus challenges that provide players with specific items. The Road Trip challenges are similar to Blockbuster challenges of season 4.
The Road Trip level rewards players with special loading screens for the complete completion of all weekly challenges. These loading screens contain hidden instructions from the Battle Star.
Fortnite Battle Royale is a free downloadable game currently available on PC, Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Mac and Mobile iOS.