Fortnite Dragon Ball Crossover Event Now Live

Fortnite and Dragon Ball Crossover Event is Now Live

As teased last week, Dragon Ball is officially coming to Fortnite in a crossover event which is live right now. This includes new skins from the popular anime series, new locations, emotes, abilities, quests, modes and much more. Epic Games released a new gameplay video showcasing all the activities and Dragon Ball greatness players can look forward to.

Four characters from Dragon Ball are now available in Fortnite‘s Item shop: Goku, Vegeta, Bulma and Beerus (with Goku and Vegeta coming in three alternate styles). Players will also be able to participate in various new quests themed to the anime. There are a total of seven quests to complete, with each rewarding one dragon ball. Once all seven dragon balls are collected, players can unlock the Shenron Glider.

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A new ‘Power Unleashed’ tab has been added to the game, containing special limited-time quests and rewards. In the battle royale mode, Bounty Boards have been replaced with Versus Boards for the duration of the Dragon Ball event. If two players interact with the boards, they’ll be revealed on each other’s maps and have five minutes to eliminate their opponent.

As the storm closes, new Dragon Ball-themed items will drop onto the map. Bulma can also be found on a separate island off the coast of the map where players can trade Bars for very powerful items.

Starting on 18 August, players will be able to participate in the Tournament of Power, a duos tournament, in three-hour windows. In this tournament, players can use the Kamehameha wave which unleashes Goku’s famous energy beam on enemies and the Nimbus Cloud which lets players zoom around the map in the air.

Starting on 19 August, players can explore the Dragon Ball Adventure Island and discover key locations from the anime, including challenging others in the open PvP battle arena Tenkaichi Budokai.

The Fortnite x Dragon Ball crossover event begins today and will run until 17 September 2022 on consoles and PC, so don’t miss out.

Source: Epic Games

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