After cleaning out half the Avengers, Thanos arrives to take over Fortnite

Posted May 11, 2018

It was only a couple of days ago that Epic announced their limited time Fortnite/ Avengers: Infinity War mash up, details in RELATED below. It's not just Thanos alone.

As shared in a post on the official subreddit for Fortnite Battle Royale, Epic Games has stated that its goal with the changes "is to allow more folks to truly experience the power of Thanos" while also giving players the chance to "feel powerful when wielding the gauntlet".

The battle royale game, Fortnite Battle Royale, developed and published by Epic Games sees players in their hundreds skydive on the map in the middle of an island as they struggle to survive and scavenge for weapons, shields and other assets in order to win.

It's the latter which has served as the inspiration for a new video shared by Reddit user IsaacDaKing, who I believe has gotten more than their money's worth from their video-editing software.

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To be clear, this is not a simple skin players are trying to take control of.

We're glad they did though, the cross-over is a super fun addition to the game. Unveiled back in 2011 at first as a game in the vein of Minecraft meets Left 4 Dead; the production team at Epic Games went back to the drawing board in further development of what would be a free-to-play game on mobile, PC and on game consoles. Of course the nature of the game dictates which way this will fall. Fortnite while super popular isn't really a competitive game like something you would associate with Overwatch, FIFA or Counter Strike. It's unlike anything we've done before and we want to know what you think!

Just when you think Fortnite can't get any bigger, it does.