Fortnite Item Shop: How to get Cuddle Team Leader skin in Item Shop for August 29?

Now that the patch update v5.3 has been put into the game, fans can finally get back into collecting skins from the Item Shop.

Epic Games has once again refreshed the stock to bring in a bunch of new skins, including three Legendary skins. 

The Item Shop is refreshed every day at midnight, with new skins and cosmetic items coming in every day. 

Today’s Item Shop is filled to the brim with great content, but what is the best skin and how much are they?

What skins are in the Item Shop for August 29?

First up, Epic Games has rereleased three Legendary skins into the Fortnite Item Shop for players to buy. 

The Cuddle Team Leader skin is 2,000 V-Bucks, but you can also buy the Dark Vanguard and the Love Ranger skin for 2,000 V-Bucks each. 

The Epic Deep Space Lander and Orbital Shuttle are both worth 1,200 V-Bucks.

These gliders pair perfectly with the Dark Vanguard skin available too.

An Epic Electro Shuffle emote is available for 800 V-Bucks as well.

The Rare Tat Axe is 800 V-Bucks, while the Rare Flipping’ Sexy emote is 500.

Grab the Rare Dazzle skin for 1,200 V-Bucks, and the Spectre harvest tool for 800.

Finally, there are two Uncommon items available in the store, the Buckled Back Bling, and the Jungle Scout skin which is 800 V-Bucks.

The bumper pack of items in the shop today will cost you a grand total of 13,300 V-Bucks. 

Don’t worry if you don’t have that kind of spare in-game cash lying around.

There are plenty of ways you can accrue Fortnite V-Bucks, both through real-world purchases and in-game grinding. 

Firstly, you can work your way through the daily challenges released by Epic Games, which reward you with V-Bucks.

Alternatively, you can buy V-bucks using real money.

1,000 V-Bucks equates to £7.99/$9.99.

Be careful where you buy V-Bucks online though, and only use the official Epic Games shop to purchase the currency. 

There are several online scams that promise additional V-Bucks or V-Bucks for free, but these are largely scams.