Renegade Raider Code: Raider Codes are a Scam

Renegade Raider codes are all over the internet, but you are more likely to be scammed.
Renegade Raider codes are all over the internet, but you are more likely to be scammed. | Photo courtesy of Epic Games

Renegade Raider codes are all over the internet, but you are more likely to be scammed than find an actual usable code. Renegade Raider is an Outfit skin in Fortnite that could have been purchased from the Season Shop after achieving Level 20 in Season 1. Once reaching the required level, you had to pay 1,200 V-Bucks to get the skin.

It's one of the most rare and sought after skins as many people weren't playing the game at the time of its inception, let alone buying a skin. But can you still get one?

Renegade Raider Code: Raider Codes are a Scam

While skins have vastly changed over the years, having this skin would be special for any account, and nefarious people use that information for their own gains.

You can find skins for sale on eBay, or Twitter accounts handing out skin codes. Most of the websites promising free skins or skins for sale will most likely give you malware and a fake skin code. Don't fall for it. Simply accept the fact you don't have the skin and move on with your life.

Fortnite has plenty of things to keep you busy, and most of the new content is much better than the earlier seasons.