The two brand-new skins from the much-anticipated Attack on Titan crossover have been made public by Fortnite. A gameplay clip for the Epic Games game recently revealed the partnership and provided a preview of MEGA City.
Fortnite, a hugely well-liked battle royale game that was released in 2017, allows players to construct defenses to use in battle. To keep the game exciting for its sizable player base throughout the years, creator Epic Software has added new modes and weapons.
Also, Fortnite frequently crossed over with different IPs like Resident Evil and Marvel. Fortnite will unleash an Attack on Titan crossover on April 11th with skins modeled after the characters.
The well-known manga and anime, both of which were created by Hajime Isayama, captivated audiences with their action-packed plots and brutal clashes with the Titans. In addition to recently tweeting a 12-second video displaying the skins for Mikasa Ackerman and Levi Ackerman, Fortnite earlier teased an Eren Yeager skin.
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The Omni-Directional Maneuvering Gear used by the Survey Corps to hunt and destroy Titans was confirmed to be a part of the Attack on Titan crossover in the Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 gameplay clip.
As a result, users will be able to climb atop buildings and move quickly across the map like Eren, Mikasa, and Levi. Many players voiced their enthusiasm for the Attack on Titan crossover and claimed the Mikasa and Levi skins beforehand.
They also appreciated how fluid the video’s movement of the Omni-Directional Maneuvering Gear appeared to be. Fortnite appears to have created well-designed skins for the three well-known Attack on Titan characters based on the teasers released thus far.
Nevertheless, given how the anime featured a lot of swift motions and dramatic action, Fortnite may feel under a lot of pressure to replicate these elements once the crossover is out.
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Although players could anticipate comments decrying the Omni-Directional Maneuvering Gear as a broken mechanic similar to the Shockwave Hammer, it will be intriguing to watch how it is used in matches.
The most recent season of Fortnite is officially underway, but players still have time to grind for Battle Pass points to unlock cosmetics and other goodies. The game is starting the Spring Breakout 2023 event, which will feature Easter-themed goodies, in addition to the Attack on Titan crossover.
When awaiting the next significant Fortnite update or perhaps the upcoming episode of Attack on Titan’s final season, this might be a fun way to kill time.