Fortnite LEGO

LEGO x Fortnite Collab All Details: Release Date, All Items & Skins

The Fortnite Big Bang event revealed many collaborations, one being the exciting LEGO mode. But what exactly can fans expect from it?

Fortnite has given players three brand new modes to experience very soon, one of them being the much-anticipated LEGO mode that has been teased since the announcement of The Big Bang event. However, while many have likely longed for a LEGO crossover in Fortnite, few can probably imagine how it’ll play out. Fortunately, we are finally in Chapter 5, Season 1 of Fortnite, and the new mode is almost out. So, what can players expect from the LEGO mode in Fortnite? Below, we highlight the details.

LEGO Fortnite promotional image

What Is The LEGO Mode In Fortnite?

The LEGO mode in Fortnite will be an open-world experience featuring exclusively LEGO skins and a greater focus on crafting. It is releasing on Wednesday, December 7, 2023. In this mode, you’ll find yourself in a LEGO world and must make your way through a survival adventure using crafting. You’ll also have the option to invite up to 16 other players, which will help this new game mode be increasingly more enjoyable as you experience it with others.

Players will also have the option to create a survival or sandbox world. They can customize elements such as the seed number, enemies, hunger, temperature, stamina, elimination, drop inventory, and friendly creatures. However, once these changes have been implemented when you create your world, you won’t be able to change them. This was all confirmed after the LEGO Group X account (formally Twitter) announced its collaboration with Fortnite.

In-game Screenshot, HYPEX

What Items Will Be In LEGO Fortnite?

The LEGO mode will also have many LEGO items and Fortnite items to find as you venture through the world. These items will be available in either mode that LEGO Fortnite offers. Below are some of the current items and creatures that will be available.


  • Shield (Plank, Flexwood, Copper, Iron)
  • Pickaxe (Bone, Flexwood, Obsidian, Wood)
  • Shovel (Copper, Hardwood, Iron, Knotroot)
  • Torch
  • Activation Switch
  • Big Balloon
  • Red Balloon
  • Wooden Crate
  • Dynamic Platform
  • Glider
  • Grappler Gun
  • Gravity Gun
  • Remote TNT
  • Thruster Rocket
  • Large Thruster Rocket
  • Large Wheel
  • Small Wheel
  • Basic Trinket
  • Cold Resist Trinket
  • Armor Gain Trinket
  • Health Regen Trinket
  • Heart Gain Trinket
  • Heat Resist Trinket
  • Rare Loot Increase Trinket
  • Revive Trinket
  • Swim Speed Trinket
  • Bolt (Ammo)
  • Axe (Stone, Bone, Amber, Copper, Iron)
  • Crossbow (Hardwood, Knotroot, Flexwood, Frostpine)
  • Dynamite
  • Impulse Grenade
  • Sword (Copper, Knotroot, Hardwood, Iron)
  • Wrist (Basic, Amber, Copper, Diamond, Emerald, Gold, Sapphire, Silver)


  • Apple
  • Apple Juice
  • Bread
  • Cheese
  • Corn
  • Grilled Corn
  • Egg
  • Fried Egg
  • Fruit Pie
  • Meat
  • Grilled Meat
  • Meat Pie
  • Milk
  • Pizza
  • Pumpkin
  • Pumpkin Pie
  • Raspberry
  • Slapberry
  • Slap Juice
  • Slurp Juice
  • Slurp Mushroom
  • Snowberry
  • Snowberry Shake
  • Spicy Burger
  • Spicy Pepper

Machinery/Key Items

  • Basic Furnace
  • Bed
  • Building Blueprint
  • Campfire
  • Crafting Bench (Tier 1 – Tier 5)
  • Essences Processor
  • Gem Processor
  • Juicer
  • Rock Processor
  • Smelter
  • Stove
  • Wood Processor
  • Fabric Processor
  • Grinder
  • Thread Processor
  • Grill
  • Chest (Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large)


  • Brute (Normal, Frost, Sand)
  • Bull
  • Chicken
  • Cow
  • Ram
  • Rocky (Normal, Boomer, Sandy, Snowy)
  • Sheep
  • Wolf (Normal, Desert, Loot Llama, Skeleton, White)
  • Crab
  • Scorpion (Normal, Frost, Sand)
  • Spider (Normal, Frost, Sand)

It should be noted that this is not everything that will be included at launch, as the LEGO mode currently has a lot of unfinished assets. Additionally, as this mode will become increasingly more popular over time, we can expect future updates to add even more items and creatures. However, the list above contains the items we will have access to when LEGO Fortnite launches.

Can You Use Fortnite Skins & Emotes in LEGO Fortnite?

Yes, you can use your Fortnite skins and emotes in the LEGO mode, so long as it is supported. There are over 1,200 supported skins available in the LEGO mode, however, none of the crossover skins will be available. Additionally, some skins may also have more details than others. However, in future updates, the quality of all skins will be increased, as well as new ones added in.

Emoting in the LEGO Fortnite Lobby.

Official real-world LEGO sets are also expected to get added to LEGO Fortnite. Recently, leakers have found a massive number of LEGO Ninjago files, which we can expect to be released at some point in the future, along with other sets based in the LEGO universe.

That’s everything we currently know about LEGO Fortnite. If you’re looking for more information like this, feel free to check out our Games Hub.