The Best Gliders in Fortnite, Ranked

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The Best Gliders in Fortnite, Ranked

Abhimannu Das
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Here are our picks for the best gliders in Fortnite in 2024.
Fortnite often collaborates with other franchises, bringing gliders inspired by popular movies, games, or brands.

Fortnite has a host of gliders to choose from and some are definitely cooler than others. We ranked some of the best gliders in Fortnite right now and you should check them out. New gliders are regularly added to the game through updates and events so our list will change over time as Epic Games introduces new events to the game.

The Best Gliders in Fortnite (2024)

Mako:

  • The Mako glider has a simple and sleek design. It's one of the earliest gliders in Fortnite and is often appreciated for its clean look.

Royale Dragon:

  • This glider features a dragon design and is a part of the Season 2 Battle Pass. It's highly sought after for its unique appearance.

Dark Engine:

  • Dark Engine has a stylish and dark aesthetic, making it popular among players who prefer a more mysterious or edgy look.

Paper Parasol:

  • The Paper Parasol is a basic but elegant glider. It's appreciated for its simplicity and is often used by players who enjoy clean designs.

Rift Edge:

  • Introduced during the Nexus War event, the Rift Edge glider has a cosmic and futuristic design, which many players find appealing.

Umbrella Gliders:

  • Victory Umbrellas are earned by achieving a Victory Royale in a particular season. Each season usually introduces a new Victory Umbrella, and these are often sought after for their exclusivity.

In addition to these gliders, Fortnite often collaborates with other franchises, bringing gliders inspired by popular movies, games, or brands. Each season of Fortnite brings new gliders as part of the Battle Pass or they are available in the Item Shop. These gliders often tie into the theme of the season.


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Abhimannu is a PC esports writer at AFK Gaming. With over seven years of experience in esports journalism, he has worked on a myriad of games and their ecosystems including Valorant, Overwatch and Apex Legends.

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