Fortnite 19 Apr 2021 3:12 PM +00:00
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Prolific Fortnite leaker, HYPEX recently revealed an image of a new glider coming to the game soon.

The glider appears to be the very same one used by Deathstroke in Batman/Fortnite: Zero Point #4, hinting that the famous DC assassin may be on their way into the game.

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Deathstroke's Glider in Fortnite

HYPEX is well known in the Fortnite community as a quality source of leaks and upcoming content.

The glider pictured above is a new leak from HYPEX, and is the same glider used by DC's Deathstroke in the upcoming issue #4 of Batman/Fornite: Zero Point, a mini-series where each issue contains a redeemable code for an in-game Fortnite cosmetic.

It would make no sense to have Deathstroke's glider in Fortnite without a Deathstroke skin to go with it, though there are no currently leaked renders of such a skin.

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Still, this gives both Fortnite and DC fans something to be excited about, as Deathstroke has been an eagerly anticipated skin for quite some time among players.

Whether the glider, and possible skin, will be included as part of the comic's digital redemption, released as part of the Crew subscription, or as a purchasable bundle is still unknown.

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Leaked Deathstroke Comic Pages

Along with the glider, HYPEX also leaked some new pages from Batman/Fortnite: Zero Point #4, featuring Deathstroke, Batman, Catwoman, and a host of familiar Fortnite characters.

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Batman/Fortnite: Zero Point is a canon Fortnite story and events that happen on Apollo Island in-game will be reflected in the story and vice versa.

Fans can even expect a confrontation between the Batman stuck in the loop from Season X and the current DC Comics Batman, though life on the island has significantly changed the former.

Where Deathstroke falls into this is a mystery at this point, with fans having to wait until late May or early June for issue #4 of the series to arrive.

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