If kids want to collect the most accessories, the best toys for them are the Loot Chest Collectible Accessory Set Assortment or the Llama Drama Loot Pinata.
The loot crate includes a variety of weapons and building materials for the 4-inch figures. It combines the Fortnite brand with the unboxing trend, as kids don’t know exactly which accessories they’ll find inside. The pinata takes the unboxing to yet another level, with more than 20 individually packed surprises inside. Kids may be tempted to rip the pinata to open it, which they certainly can, but opening it with care means they can keep and display the pinata itself. Unlike the loot llamas in the video game, this llama includes plenty of weapons—10 of them to be exact. It also includes an exclusive Rust Lord figure, stone building materials, and back bling.
For the most skin figures, get the Squad Mode Four Figure Pack, which comes with Ragnorok, Rex, Cuddle Team Leader, and Brite Bomber figures. Each figure comes with a weapon, harvesting tool, and one wood building material.
To get the most materials for epic fort building, get the Turbo Builder Set Two Figure pack, which includes 81 material squares, as well as Jonesy and Raven figures.
The only toy that doesn’t come with accessories and/or figures is the Llama Loot Plush, a 7-inch plush recreation of the Fortnite loot llama. He makes a great gift for Fortnite fans, or future Fortnite fans, because the embroidered features make the llama suitable for any age.
With so many different figures and accessories to collect, these toys offer a creative alternative to screen time that will still fulfill kids’ love of Fortnite.