Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 4 is titled Nexus War and it has been announced that it will bring Marvel superheroes into the game in the form of character skins. Development has been shared on the official website. Nexus War introduced some iconic locations in the Marvel universe, such as “Doom’s Domain”, “Sentinel Graveyard” and so on. Fortnite Chapter 2 and Season 4 also brought new weapons, items, and supply drones. Fortnite players will also have the opportunity to unlock special emojis for their superheroes.
Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 4 Nexus War
Fortnite has introduced elements from the Marvel universe in the past, and this time, in the fourth season of Nexus War, it took this partnership to a new level. Purchasing a new battle pass will provide players with the opportunity to unlock the skins of characters such as Iron Man, Doctor Doom, Storm, Mystery, Groot and Hulk. The launch trailer showed that Thor summoned all superheroes to Fortnite Island to fight the fast approaching galactose. Wolverine may be added as a character skin later in the season.
Players will be able to use super powers, such as Dr. Doom’s Arcane Gauntlets, Groot’s Bramble Shield, Silver Surfer’s Board of Directors, etc., which will all come later this season. There are new locations on the island, such as “Doom’s Domain”, “Sentinel Graveyard” and so on. A new weapon called Stark Industries Energy Rifle will also be added to the game. The developer pointed out that this weapon “has different benefits depending on how you aim.”
In addition, the Stark Labs drones surrounding the Quinjet landing site on the entire map can be shot down to gain powerful weapons and hero abilities. Players can also enter the Helicarrier room in the game and read Nexus War: Thor comics to understand how the integration of Marvel and Fortnite is achieved.
Finally, players who have purchased the battle pass can complete the special missions of these superheroes to unlock “built-in emojis to reveal the heroes or villains.”
Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 4 Nexus War has begun and will continue until November 30.
Fortnite has become the subject of a major lawsuit filed by its developer Epic Games against Apple and Google. Microsoft recently supported Epic against Apple. Epic declined to add direct payment to Fortnite on iOS. At the same time, Apple has blocked Fortnite updates.
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