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Attack on Titan: What will the Fortnite crossover include? Here’s everything you need to know


Over the years, Fortnite has made many amazing collaborations. When it comes to crossover, especially anime, Fortnite will not let players down. After months of speculation, the Fortnite crossover is finally happening. The show appears to be continuing with Chapter 4 of Season 2, which is set to release on March 10. The new leaks are sure to impress anime fans as the next season will see Attack on Titan. Yes, you read that right! Two of the most trusted Fortnite leakers, Shiina and HYPEX, have been spilling the beans about the next season where there will be an Attack on Titan crossover. While the main protagonist of the Attack On Titan Manga show, Eren Yeager will be the secret skin that players can unlock to get a Battle Pass.

In the past, Fortnite has made a lot of successful anime shows, including Naruto, Dragon Ball, and My Hero Academia. In Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1, there were a variety of skins for players to acquire through the battle pass. Although the first season of the show received a great response, many gamers are eagerly awaiting the second season to see what’s in store. Fans can also expect other anime characters such as Levi, Mikasa, and Armin to appear in the series.

When will Fortnite “Attack on Titan” be released?

As the Fortnite season 1 draws to a close, we expect the new crossover event to be released between early March and early May. Although Fortnite hasn’t officially released anything at this point, considering what both Shiina and Hypex have revealed, it looks like this collaboration is likely to happen. But, until we get any official confirmation, we have to consider this a leak.

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Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.