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Bungie Announces Fortnite-Destiny 2 Crossover


Bungie announced a crossover event with Fortnite during the 2022 Destiny 2 Showcase.

Fortnite players will be able to dance and Kamehameha as some classic Destiny characters.

While Destiny 2 will receive a number of in-game skins inspired by Fortnite.

What’s New?

A crossover with Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, featuring some amusing Destiny characters bumbling around the battle royale, was also announced by Bungie.

One for each class, three Fortnite-inspired armor sets will be added to the Destiny 2 Eververse store.

Warlocks’ armor will be based on Drift, Hunters’ armor will be based on Oblivion, and Titans’ armor will be based on the Black Knight.

At the start of Season of Plunder on Tuesday, these skins will be accessible in Destiny 2.

What’s More?

Players of Fortnite will be able to purchase skins based on Exo Stranger, Ikora, and Commander Zavala.

Additionally, fans will be able to purchase gliders, pickaxes, and back bling that are inspired by Destiny.

Fans may engage in combat in the recognizable Destiny setting thanks to a Fortnite creator map based on the Crucible map Javelin-4.

Over the weekend, information about the Fortnite-Cross-Destiny 2 event surfaced, giving fans a first peek at all three Destiny armor sets.

Fans also learned several additional facts about Destiny 2: Lightfall and Season of Plunder beforehand.

Making this one of the leakiest revelation occasions that Destiny fans have ever witnessed.

Digging Into More Details

The Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout crossover was one revelation that was rumored but never confirmed.

The silly platformer will receive some skins based on the Warlock, Titan, and Hunter armor from the first game.

Sadly, no Fall Guys-inspired skins will be coming to Destiny 2.

This is the first significant in-game partnership that Destiny fans have witnessed.

Last year, Bungie recreated some gear from its own past, including Marathon, Halo, and Myth-inspired armor and weapons.

Bungie and Guardians have never collaborated with other studios before. It appears probable that these crossovers won’t be the last that the Guardians witness given Sony’s acquisition of the Destiny developer.