Reliable leakers are suggesting that a Fortnite x Destiny collab could be coming soon in Chapter 3 Season 3, here’s what we know so far.
Published on August 19th, 2022
Just recently, Epic dropped what many are describing as the biggest crossover in the history of the battle royale when the Fortnite x Dragon Ball collab went live. The fan-favorite anime brought four different characters (Goku, Vegeta, Beerus, and Bulma) along with a host of other authentic Dragon Ball items. While the DBZ crossover is still live in Chapter 3 Season 3, many players are now looking ahead to the next potential drop. Follow along for everything we know so far after a potential Fortnite x Destiny collab was teased by reliable leakers.
Fortnite x Destiny collab – Could it happen?
The news first began to circulate in the Fortnite cycle when Twitter user and Fortnite leaker, MidaRado, tweeted out that a new collab would be coming to Fortnite next week. A follow-up tweet added that Destiny could be amongst the possible features in the upcoming drop.
A further vote of confidence came when Fortnite leaker, HYPEX, shared the information that a Destiny 2 collab will “most likely” happen in the future. HYPEX has grown to top-tier status amongst Fortnite leakers, so this is certainly to be taken quite seriously.
— HYPEX (@HYPEX) August 19, 2022
Fortnite x Destiny collab – Release Date
While there was no hard release date given in any of the leaked information regarding Destiny x Fortnite, we can assume the collab should happen in the next week or so. If that’s the case, it will be assured to drop within the confines of Chapter 3 Season 3, as Chapter 3 Season 4 is not set to start until September.
We’ll be sure to update you with any further information regarding a potential Fortnite x Destiny collab should it become readily available.
In the meantime, for more coverage of the popular battle royale, check out our section dedicated to the latest Fortnite news, leaks, patch notes, guides, and more.
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