Fortnite leak shows many big collabs coming soon, including Call of Duty and Overwatch
The latest Fortnite leak shows many big collaborations coming soon, including a collaboration with Call of Duty and Overwatch 2.
The latest Fortnite leak shows exciting new content coming to the video game. Fortnite hasn’t received a lot of content over the past two weeks but that will change very soon. The next update will be released on July 25, and a lot more content will come out by the end of the year.
There’s a good chance that Epic Games will collaborate with several big publishers to bring other video games to Fortnite. This includes Blizzard and some incredible titles, such as Overwatch 2 and Call of Duty.
A few weeks ago, Epic announced a major content drop in late 2023, and it seems that these collabs are part of it.
Fortnite could soon get Call of Duty and Overwatch skins
Collaborating with Call of Duty and Overwatch would make a lot of sense. These two games are very popular, and the potential collaboration could benefit everyone. While Warzone is Fortnite’s competitor, the truth is that it’s nowhere near as popular as Epic Games’ title.
Ponyraee, a popular modder, recently ported Overwatch 2 characters to Fortnite. Shortly after, Blizzard took their content down with DMCA, claiming that the modder leaked content from the video game. This is very unusual and could mean that the collab will be released soon.
Another Fortnite leaker claims that a Call of Duty collaboration will be released in either November or December. However, it’s important to note that this leak doesn’t come from a reputable source, so it may not end up being true.
Finally, the Fortnite x World of Warcraft collaboration may be in the works as well. Blizzard’s patch notes reveal a new character named Renegade Looter and several Fortnite-like abilities, including Cranking 90s and Shockwave Bomb.
Epic Games hasn’t confirmed these collaborations yet. However, if these leaks turn out to be accurate, we’ll likely get more information about them later this year.
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