Fortnite Attack on Titan - Release date speculation, skins, and more

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An image of Eren Yeager in the Fornite x Attack on Titan collaboration for Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2.
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Looking for the latest Fortnite Attack on Titan release date speculation and skins Read on. Epic Games has revealed that Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 will be getting an Attack on Titan crossover, which will presumably offer unique features for the popular battle royale and introduce a slew of new gameplay mechanics.


Attack on Titan's iconic, acrobatic combat style could change up a game that's not known for resting on its laurels. The omni-directional mobility gear (ODM) seen in the manga and anime is a natural fit following tie-in items like Spider-Man's web shooter. Even without titans to fight, this new equipment making its way into Fortnite could pave the way for new and exciting strategies.

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Fortnite Attack on Titan - Release date speculation, skins, and more

A promotional image of Eren Yeager, fully-kitted out in his ODM gear, gazing upon one of the island's new upcoming locations was teased on the Epic Games Twitter account in early March - just as the last season came to a close.

Accompanied by a caption that read "There's more to explore beyond the walls...#ForniteMEGA.", it set the stage for the Neo-Tokyo POI rumour and more or less confirmed that an Attack on Titan crossover would play a major role in the release.

An image of Eren Yeager looking upon Neo-Tokyo in Fortnite.

Officially, Eren Yeager will be part of the battle pass as a bonus character, making him a character you won't have to spend VBucks on if you're already paying for something like Fortnite Crew to access the Season Pass.


In line with that, the Attack on Titan ODM gear is expected to become available as well. As a utility item, expect to be able to swing around the island using the same equipment the Scout Regiment uses in Attack on Titan.

Expect to see Chapter 4 Season launch on March 10. Once the servers come back online early in the morning, the stage will be set for the Fortnite x AoT event.

Epic Games has also made an unusual decision of showing off several full battle pass skins ahead of time. Here's what we've seen:

Attack on Titan-themed cosmetics

Alongside the Eren Yeager skin, we can expect the following cosmetics throughout the season:

  • Scout Regiment Salute Emote
  • Crossed Swords Banner Icon
  • Ice Fist Pickaxe
  • Angry Eren Animated Emoticon
  • Attack on Titan Weapon Wrap

Big Fortnite leaker HYPEX has recently posted some leaks showing skins and other speculations. They even revealed a list of vaulted items you'll have to say goodbye to. Here's what could be going away:

  • AR/Scar
  • The Burst
  • Rocket Launchers
  • Shockwave Hammer
  • Heavy Shotgun
  • Muster Pump
  • Sword Rifle
  • Machine Pistol
  • Normal DMR
  • Bows
  • Thrown Launchpad
  • Oathbound Shield
  • DMR
  • Oathbound Drone
  • Impulse and Bush Grenade
  • Car Mods

Another major Fortnite leaker, ShiinaBR revealed that there are still three skins for the upcoming Season 2 battle pass that haven't been officially announced. This could mean we could potentially see Attack on Titan character skins such as Mikasa, Armin, Levi, and the iconic Armoured Titan.

Fortnite x Attack on Titan leaks

As of the moment, that's everything we know so far about the Fortnite x Attack on Titan collaboration. This crossover certainly has more secrets to be revealed. An Attack on Titan-themed Creative islands or even raiding Titans could be on the horizon.


In regard to other content, HYPEX hinted there could be a Fortnite x Resident Evil collaboration with Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield coming. Moreover, Chief Creative Officer, Donald Mustard, pointed out a shot in the Season 2 trailer that a Fortnite x Akira collaboration might also happen in the near future. We'll just have to wait and see what the game will bring in the next seasons.

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