Rocky Stoutenburg, better known as “RockyNoHands” online, just might be the world’s first professional gamer that plays games using his mouth alone, Fortnite included. This is accomplished with a tool known as the Quadstick controller, which basically consists of a joystick, four sip/puff pressure sensors and a lip position sensor that can be assigned to output to any game controller button or axis, or to any mouse movement, button or keyboard key. Read more to see him in-action.
Epic Games has just revealed the Neymar Jr. outfit and items for Fortnite, which will be available to unlock for Battle Pass owners starting from April 27th. The outfits and rewards will make its debut in the upcoming 16.30 update, but you’ll be required to complete a series of quests to unlock the latter. In addition to the Neymar Jr. Quests and Epic-rarity Quests, gamers can also compete in a cup competition for a chance to win a custom football boot by PUMA on April 28th. Read more for the trailer and additional information.
Another week, another Fortnite crossover, and this time, it’s with the 1979 science fiction horror film “Alien”. Ellen Ripley dons the Nostromo Crew Outfit with a Weyland-Yutani Cat Carrier for Jonesy the Cat, while the Xenomorph Alien has its own built-in emote called Xeno Menace, as well as a special Tail Back Bling. Players can also pick up the Space Gear Bundle separately, which features a P-500 Power Loader Arm Pickaxe, Cheyenne Dropship Glider, and a “Burst Case Scenario” emote. Read more for two videos, including gameplay, and additional information.
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Fortnite crossovers are nothing new, but according to this leak, it’s the first one with Capcom. Players may have noticed a portal opening up on the Fortnite map near Sweaty Sands that leads to Suzaku Castle. Fans of the fighting game instantly recognize this as Ryu’s stage, and if you’re positioned just right, his iconic theme music starts playing. There is apparently going to be two new emotes, including Chun-Li’s Lightning Kick and Ryu’s Shoryuken uppercut. Read more for two videos and additional information.
It’s official, TRON: Legacy has ventured onto the Grid within a vast digital frontier, and players can now grab a Light Suit and gear up as Grid Warriors to embark on a new journey. That’s right, the “End of Line” Collection can be picked up in the Item Shop and the skins include Cypher, Firewall, Proxy, Datapath, Packet, Bitstream, Commandline, Upload, Io, as well as Bandwidth, which comes complete with a removable helmet. Read more for a gameplay video and additional information.
The Fortnite x G.I. Joe crossover is official, and it adds a Snake Eyes skin for 1,800 V-Bucks. Fans will also be able to get their hands on a 6-inch action figure for $39.99 from Hasbro Pulse. Most familiar with the G.I. Joe comic books and animated series original know Snake Eyes as one of the most popular members and for his relationships with Scarlett as well as Storm Shadow. He’s appeared in every series of the franchise since its inception. Read more for some gameplay and additoinal information.
Confirmed tonight at The Game Awards, Halo’s Master Chief is entering the fight in Fortnite, and players will be able to get the skin in the item shop tonight. That’s not the only surprise, as if you play a match of Fortnite on Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S after purchasing it, you’ll unlock a special Matte Black variant. Master Chief’s full outfit includes a Pelican Glider, a miniature Pelican Carrier, and a Gravity Hammer. Read more for the trailer and additional information.
Epic Games has just released a new God of War Kratos skin in Fortnite and PlayStation 5 owners get an even more exclusive armored variant. The main skin is based on the PlayStation 5 God of War reboot, which transported Kratos from ancient Greece to to the mythical realm of Midgard. A Leviathan Axe is harvesting tool and it actually freezes whenever swung for a bonus effect. His glider is the Guardian Shield and the talking head of Mimir can be attached to the back for a bit of humor.
At 4:00pm EST today, millions of Fortnite players attempted to enter Battle Bus to fight Galactus on the Island. Unfortunately, the game went down shortly after, which left the fate of all Reality in the hands of Epic Games. However, some still managed to record their battle with the Devourer of Worlds. As you’re about to see, Galactus towers over the island, and players are rescued by Iron Man as their helicarrier is destroyed. Read more for the footage and additional information.
Europe-based Fortnite fans rejoice! You’ll soon have the chance to get your hands on a limited edition Nintendo Switch Fortnite console, complete with a themed dock. It comes pre-installed with a copy of the game and includes a Wildcat Bundle download code. The latter features the Wildcat costume, two additional styles, a Sleek Strike Back Bling, and 2,000 V-Bucks to snag some additional in-game items. Read more for a video explaining the bundle, additional pictures and information.