No brand is safe from Fortnite

Starting this week Fortnite, You can be a pale victory dance hunter measuring the gamepad pickaxe of TheGrefg. On Thursday, a Phase Clan Streamer played Fortnite With a Manchester City star wearing Manchester City skins. The Battle Royale hit has long been known as a cross-promotional juggler, but developer Epic Games has recently taken things to a new level.

In this season, which closed on December 2, Epic added:

Crossovers like these are by no means a new thing Fortified. The last season of the game was a multimart Marvel mashup, it has many Star wars-Theme cosmetics, other real-world streamers added to the game include Tyler “Ninja” Bailens and Kathleen “Laserfruit” Bialsten, and even concerts (and in-game cosmetics such as Travis Scott and Marshmello Includes huge artists.

For me, the crossovers are part of the continued appeal Fortnite – Where else can I play as Kratos and face off against Iron Man? – And each new addition helps make Epic the ultimate virtual world. But crossovers also give Epic opportunities to bring in more cash, which could help make up for the absence of games on iOS. Battle Royale is a free to play hit, so each new brand appearance is a chance for Epic to pay people items from the in-game store or sell one of its seasonal Battle Passes.

Hopefully the crossovers will not close anytime soon. Hunter just joined FortniteBut the epic is already Tease the arrival From Sarah Connor the Terminator Franchise. Maybe that means there will be one Terminator Cyborg skin, too – and if there is, it means you’ll be able to pit the Terminator against the hunter in a battle for ages. Just hope Mando doesn’t butt.

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