It is evident that crossovers are the new normal in Fortnite. From Marvel and DC superheroes to real-life music artists, the Battle Royale title has turned into a hub of skins based on pop culture.
Crossovers in Fortnite have been around for a long time. In fact, the Reaper skin from Chapter 1 Season 3 was based on John Wick but Epic Games didn’t advertise at as a crossover.
However, the quantity and quality of crossovers in Fortnite have increased drastically since Chapter 2, and here’s what the community thinks of it.
Fortnite has gained millions of new players, thanks to collaborations
It is no surprise that crossovers help in promotion. Fortnite’s player base gets to know about new movies, video games, series, music artists, and vice versa. Moreover, fans love to don cosmetics that remind them of their favorite characters and franchises.
Digital concerts have been equally popular among players, especially during the COVID outbreak. When the world was trapped indoors, Epic Games’ Battle Royale game allowed millions of loopers to virtually attend concerts. These include Ariana Grande’s Rift Tour and the Soundwave Series concerts.
Crossovers also help in adding out-of-the-box content that see
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