Fallen people push for crossover with Fortuner

In the last few days, Fallen people The video game has become the latest major breakthrough for the industry. As such, the multiplayer Battle Royal game already has fans of brainstorming for potential crossovers, including artist @Adrito on Twitter. The artist posted a picture Fallen people Dressed up FortniteLama Lata Pinata, and Cuddle Team Leader. The image caught the attention of the officer Fallen people Twitter account, which shared this with Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney asking his thoughts on a possible collaboration Fortnite. The image under consideration can be found in the tweet below.

It is entirely possible that nothing of the above tweet will come, but Fallen people Social media has dominated since release, and the reception for the game is quite strong. If that initial success continues, it seems unlikely that cooperation and tie-in events will be inevitable. Since the game is only available for a few days, fans may have to wait a bit to see any kind of crossover, but the prospect certainly looks interesting!

At this time, it does not appear Tim Seeley or the officer Fortnite The Twitter account has responded to the tweet, at least not publicly. Of course, Epic Games is ready to engage in collaboration with all other assets. Fortnite John Vick has played host to tie-ins with assets such as Star Wars, Avengers, and Aquaman. a Fallen people The cooperation will be done keeping that tradition in mind.

For now, fans of Fortnite And Fallen people Just gotta admire the crossover artwork and hope something official comes out in the future! At the moment, it seems that Devolver Digital and Mediatonic are more focused on ensuring that the game’s servers can accommodate high-demand. However, once things move a bit, fans can get some focus on other aspects of the game.

Fallen people Currently available on PlayStation 4 and PC via Steamer. You can check our previous coverage of the game right here.

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