So today we'll be covering all the details you need to know surrounding the Fortnite leak that has teased an Attack on Titan crossover. Including some of the evidence we have to believe, it might happen and what the crossover cosmetics might look like.
Fortnite leak tease Attack on Titan crossover
For those unaware, Attack on Titan is one of the most popular anime currently on the air and has just wrapped up part two of its final season, with a third part set to release in 2023. With its popularity, it's not a mystery as to why fans are eager to see their favourite characters possibly appear in the Fortnite universe.
Thanks to some leaked information by popular Fortnite data miner Shiina, fans have some reason to consider the possibility of a Fortnite Attack on Titan crossover. Shiina recently tweeted an image of the background for Fortnite skins that were encrypted, and when decrypted the background image looks reminiscent of art used in the Attack on Titan season-opening and has the codename "Rumble" attached to it.
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The word "Rumble" is the name of a world-ending ability that we have just seen used on the show for the first time in the most recent season and is the name of the opening track for the recent season of the show. While we can't claim any of this as solid evidence just yet, it is likely that a crossover would occur as Fortnite has already featured characters from the Marvel Universe, other video games like Halo and characters from other Anime such as Naruto have been brought in.
Possible Fortnite cosmetics for Attack on Titan crossover
If the crossover does happen, fans are speculating over the cosmetic choices that will be available to choose from. Will it be clothing cosmetics like the iconic Survey Corps jackets worn by main characters in the show, Or will it be full skins of characters we love such as Eren Jaeger and Mikasa Ackerman? Or possibly both?
While the details are still out; as of right now the question of whether there will be a Fortnite and Attack on Titan crossover might be a convincing no, as the evidence isn't sturdy enough to make a solid assumption. So we will simply have to wait and see until more information is leaked or officially released, but please feel free to check back here as time goes on for more updates as we find out more information.
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