DC’s Batman will step into the breach and join the Fortnite Universe in an upcoming digital comic starring the two popular franchises.
bat Man joins the Fortnite Universe in a whole new way, as on Friday, DC Comics revealed a partnership with Epic Games announcing a new comic book series. Batman / Fortnite: Zero Point. The series will bring the Caped Crusader into the world of Fortnite as he teams up and battles some of the game’s biggest characters as he tries to remember who he is and how he ended up in the new world.
Fortnite has been associated with comic properties in the past, as the Battle Royale video game has had heroes from Marvel, DC Comics, and Hasbro as playable skins in its games. Fortnite has also previously made a canon story in the Marvel Universe, called Nexus War, which was released in conjunction with an in-game event. Not only will this digital comic have its own comic, but the reveal comes with in-game perks and skins that can be earned by owning the comic.
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Batman / Fortnite: Zero Point will be written by Christos Gage with art by Reilly Brown, Christian Duce, Nelson DeCastro, and John Kalisz, along with creative input from Epic Games. Each edition of the digital comic will have a code that can be redeemed for in-game items, including a new Harley Quin outfit. Subscribers to DC Universe Infinite will have access to the codes for free, while those who redeem all six will be able to get a new Armored Batman Zero Outfit skin. Check out trailers for the series, including covers for Mikel Janin and Kenneth Rocafort.
The preview pages show Batman trying to figure out why a breach has arisen in Gotham City. After fighting Harley Quinn, DC’s antihero is sucked into the wormhole. Does Batman step into the breach to save Harley?
Applications from the series suggest that Batman will face off against some of Fortnite’s “champions” on the island, including Renegade Raider, Fishstick, Bandolier, and more characters. So for those who want to see Batman take on some odd-looking characters outside of the mainstream game, you’re in luck.
Take a look at Harley Quinn’s skin, which is inspired by her look from the Renaissance era.
It may seem like an odd choice for Batman to cross paths with Fortnite, but given the scope of the game (which has tens of millions of active users) and the fact that previous ties to the series have drawn more attention to DC characters. , it’s a no-brainer to make a comic with both universes breaking together. The six-issue digital miniseries featuring bat Man and the Fortnite Universe will begin on April 20, 2021. Fortnite / Batman: Zero Point It will also be physically printed in native languages in Germany, Italy, Mexico, Brazil, the Czech Republic and Spain.
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