Fortnite Breezy Emote

Breezy is an Uncommon Fortnite Emote from the Hot Air set. It was released on March 2nd, 2019 and was last available 1017 days ago. It can be purchased from the Item Shop for 200 V-Bucks when listed. Breezy was first added to the game in Fortnite Chapter 1 Season 8.

Breezy hasn't been seen in a while, which means it might be rare! Check out a list of all the hard to find cosmetics in our Rare Skins post!

How-to Get the Breezy Emote

Breezy can be obtained with V-Bucks when it is in the Item Shop. This item returns on average every 80 days and is likely to be in the item shop any day now. View more item predictions on our Tomorrow's Fortnite Item Shop post!

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Cosmetic Details

  • Release Date: March 2nd, 2019
  • Last Seen: October 29th, 2019
  • Day(s) Ago: 1017
  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Type: Emote
  • Price: 200 V-Bucks
  • Availability: Shop
  • ID: EID_WackyWavy
  • Categories: Emotes

Shop History (5)

Breezy Video Showcase

Hot Air Set

Breezy is part of the Hot Air set! You can find all of the items that belong to it below.

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Breezy

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  1. Not to complain or anything but that amount of days is completely off breezy is sitting around 970 ish

    1. I’ll have to look into this but as far as I know, the item shop dates are automatically pulled from an API that is very rarely wrong. I’m seeing that other websites aren’t reporting the October 29 date, though, so I’d have to see.