Fortnite X Dragon Ball Z Event


Fortnite’s Dragon Ball Crossover Is Now Live

Abhimannu Das
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Fortnite is collaborating with Dragon Ball Z for a seven-week event that will feature cosmetics and a new Kamehameha mythic weapon.
The event will go live on 16th August and it will be available until early October.
The official trailer confirms that Goku, Vegeta, Bulma, and Beerus will be receiving skins and there will be some gliders added as well.

Dragon Ball is set to collaborate with Fortnite and Epic Games has been teasing the collaboration for a while now. The trailer for the event was just revealed by Epic Games highlighting what to expect. The trailer confirms that Goku, Vegeta, Bulma, and Beerus will be receiving skins and there will be some gliders added as well. Here is a rundown of everything we know about the event so far.

What to expect from the Fortnite x Dragon Ball Z event

The Fornite x Dragon Ball event will have punch cards with seven weeks of challenges, likely themed around 7 Dragon Balls going by the promotional art. The punch cards will require players to earn 20 power levels which are likely to be free to earn for all players. The upcoming event is shaping up to be one of the biggest in Fortnite history with over 320,000 likes on Fortnite’s teaser tweet alone.

The game previously had a collaboration with Naruto which was also wildly successful. The update is available from 16th August at the following times.

  • UK: 9 AM (BST)

  • Europe: 10 AM (CEST)

  • Eastern Coast US: AM (EST)

  • Western Coast US: 1 AM (PST)

Players will be able to purchase the Goku, Vegeta, Bulma, and Beerus skins along with new gliders which include the Flying Nimbus and Shenron. There is also a Kamehameha Mythic weapon which will be a ‘blast’ to play around with. The event is now live and it will be available till the first week of October as the crossover quests are likely to last for seven weeks.

Fortnite continues to dominate the battle royale space with collaborations that draw millions of players. At this point the game has collaborated with some of the biggest movies, TV shows, and comic book franchises in the world and has even joined hands with other games. From artists like Marshmello and Travis Scott to movies like John Wick, the game has earned the nickname of “pop culture singularity” by gamers and journalists alike.

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Abhimannu is a PC esports writer at AFK Gaming. With over seven years of experience in esports journalism, he has worked on a myriad of games and their ecosystems including Valorant, Overwatch and Apex Legends.

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