A Leak Regarding Fortnite’s Attack on Titan Crossover Has Emerged
Epic Games’ Fortnite battle royale game has just leaked news about a crossover with the popular anime show, Attack on Titan. Throughout the years, the game has seen collaborations with some of the biggest names in pop culture, and the upcoming content from the anime world is set to be a major hit.
As Chapter 4 Season 1 of Fortnite draws to a close, crossovers with various franchises have been made available to players, including My Hero Academia, which allowed them to utilize the famous Deku’s Smash attack. This has been a trend for the game even before this season, with the first being a collaboration with Naruto and the next being Dragon Ball Z, both of which featured skins and other in-game items.
A Fortnite leaker resorted to using ChatGPT to unravel the cryptic code of Chapter 4 Season 2, as reported by Gamerant.
Recently ShiinaBR and HYPEX, known for their reliable leaks, divulged details about the upcoming Fortnite and Attack on Titan crossover. Their information confirms that the Eren Yeager skin included will be of the younger version seen at the beginning of the anime and that there is a possibility that the variant of the skin will be Eren in his titan form. Additionally, they say that Fortnite will receive the Scout Regime Salute emote, Crossed Swords banner icon, titan fist pickaxe, Angry Eren animated emoji, and a weapon wrap. Moreover, they declared that there is a page 2 with additional cosmetics.
As the new season of Fortnite is set to arrive, more and more reports of potential content are popping up. Along with an already confirmed Fortnite and Attack on Titan collaboration, it has been stated by ShiinaBR and HYPEX that Chapter 4 Season 2 will feature a crossover with Resident Evil, introducing skins from Capcom’s title to the game. Another leak unveils the long-awaited first-person mode for the next season of Fortnite, which is something that PUBG has already incorporated and currently allows players to switch between first and third-person perspectives.
Speculations have been running rampant regarding the upcoming season of Fortnite, and one of the methods used to draw the attention of players is through crossovers, in which this popular game has been particularly successful. As Attack on Titan is coming to an end, this appears to be a prime opportunity to collaborate with MAPPA studio’s anime and bring it to the battle royale.
Now, Fortnite can be experienced on multiple platforms such as mobile devices, PCs, PlayStation 4 and 5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.