After their success in 2021, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles could find even more love this year.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles had a strong year in 2021. Half the gang played in Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl – alongside April O’Neil – and they even got a new game announcement that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge is kicking off this year. Now this success could be continued.
Shepshal Nick of the XboxEra Podcast, a show that discusses inside information, says he learned that Paramount has made a deal with Epic Games to bring its characters to Fortnite. Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello and Raphael are added as the first lots. There’s no news about who’s next, but Paramount’s extensive library opens up dozens of possibilities.
There’s no news on a timeframe for this, but should it coincide with Shredder’s Revenge we can probably expect it sooner rather than later. The game doesn’t have a set release date, but we’ve seen quite a bit of gameplay already, so hopefully fans won’t wait long.
Shepshal Nick says he was informed of the news when he spoke to his source about Paramount +, specifically regarding the upcoming Halo show. Because of this, he also thinks it is possible that another form of Master Chief that we will see on the show could also be added to Fortnite, even though the game version of the character is already there.
This is nowhere near the only possible Fortnite leak we’ve had lately. 2022 started with the news that the Battle Royale might get a “No Build” mode, perfect for us old twenties players to focus on shooting instead, which is actually fine with us. I mean, let’s admit that the younger zoomers are easy to do at tinkering.
This could pretty much secure Forntite the spot as the ultimate battle royale, as it would cover the USP of its competitor PUBG. This report is from a reliable Fortnite leaker, which makes the news a very likely announcement for the game in 2022 – hopefully.
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