New documents have been revealed during the legal battle between Epic Games and Apple. However, the latter contain a lot of information concerning possible collaborations which have, for the moment, never succeeded. However, these few names taken from iconic franchises could well land in the Battle Royale.
If you have followed the news, you are aware that the legal action brought by Apple vs. Fortnite developers just from start this Monday May 3 in the USA. Epic Games has thus joined the ranks of these video game studios which have had to face an incredible lawsuit. On this occasion, the two opponents were forced to reveal multiple documents, serving to support their point of view in court. Thus some information has already leaked in the press, concerning in particular income generated by Fortnite. The Battle Royale thus yielded $ 5.4 billion to its creators in 2018, and 3.7 billion in 2019. But that’s another subject, which of particular interest to players… Indeed, some leaked documents mention totally new partnerships.
After seeing a Sony flagship character land in Fortnite last month, you may soon be able to discover all new skins. The name of Naruto thus appears alongside Batman. Many film licenses also seem to have inspired the developers. You can read the names of Katniss Everdeen, the heroine of The Hunger Games and of Beatrix Kiddo, the Bride of the iconic saga Kill Bill, directed by Quentin Tarantino. A skin could also have been dedicated to Bruce willis in his role of John mcclane (Die Hard). Finally, the connoisseurs of 80s / 90s SF might have been surprised to see appear Snake Plissken New York 1997 and Los Angeles 2013. But that’s not all ! Since celebrities like Ariana Grande, Lady Gaga, the Rock or even J Balvin were also cited. A collaboration with the famous basketball player LeBron James was also considered. To know if these skins will arrive well in the flagship game of Epic Games, it will be necessary to be patient. But nothing prevents you from already stocking up Fortnite V-Bucks at a low price thanks to Eneba.