The Fortnite x My Hero Academia collaboration event trailer has officially launched, as previously announced by Epic Games. The event includes a variety of new character skins, items, and emotes, as well as a new area, game type, and missions for players to enjoy. Epic Games has released details on all the content that will be available with the update.

Players will have the opportunity to experience crossover content for a limited time in Fortnite, as the event is expected to run for a few weeks. The collaboration event has officially begun and will run until December 29, giving players around two weeks to complete quests and earn special rewards. Fortnite released a new trailer to celebrate the launch of the event and the availability of related loot.

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Players can participate in the event and try to earn special rewards by completing quests and challenges during the limited time the event is available. During the Fortnite x My Hero Academia collaboration event, players can access the new Hero Training Gym island to complete quests and earn rescue points. These points can be earned by scoring kills or capturing specific areas in the arena. The first team to reach 100 rescue points will win.

The Hero Training Gym Island was created specifically for the event and is inspired by an early story arc from the My Hero Academia manga and anime. Players can access the island and participate in event quests and challenges for a limited time. Overall, the trailer also teased characters like Allmight and Deku, however, fans will be disappointed not to have Todoroki in the game.

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Fortnite x My Hero Academia: Free rewards, player skins and more

Fortnite x My Hero Academia

Fortnite X My Hero Academia collaboration items have been leaked, and this is a pretty comprehensive list. Although not all items are added at once, the following items are scheduled to be added to the game: Items:

  • All Might Collectible (back bling)
  • Uravity Booster (back bling)
  • Grenade backpack (back bling)
  • Principal Nezu (back bling)
  • Izuku Midoriya (outfit)
  • Ochaco Uraraka (outfit)
  • Katsuki Bakugo (outfit)
  • All Might (outfit)
  • Symbol of Peace (emote)
  • Izuku’s Quirk (Built-in Emote)
  • All Might’s Transform (embedded emote)
  • Hero Analysis (emote)
  • Blackwhip Ax (harvesting tool)
  • Uravity Smasher (harvesting tool)
  • Cluster Buster (harvesting tool)
  • All Smite (harvesting tool)

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According to leaked information, the challenges associated with the Fortnite x My Hero Academia collaboration event should be available for a period of two weeks. This suggests that the event will end at the end of December 2022. However, players should be aware that the challenges can drop out of the game after seven days, like the Winterfest 2022 challenges.

It is recommended that players try to complete the challenges as soon as possible to ensure that they have the opportunity to earn all the rewards associated with the event.

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