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Three New My Hero Academia Skins Leaked for Fortnite

Fortnite, the gaming sensation that has taken the world by storm, is no stranger to collaborations. From pop stars to movie characters, the game has seen a plethora of unique skins. Now, the rumor mill is buzzing with news of a fresh collaboration with the popular anime series, My Hero Academia.

According to trusted leakers, Fortnite is gearing up to introduce three new skins inspired by My Hero Academia characters. The characters in question are Todoroki, Mina, and Kirishima. This revelation has stirred mixed reactions within the Fortnite community. While many are excited about the inclusion of Todoroki, some fans are puzzled by the choice of Mina and Kirishima, considering other more prominent characters in the anime.

This isn’t Fortnite’s maiden voyage into the My Hero Academia universe. Back in December 2022, the game unveiled a collaboration event introducing four iconic characters as skins: Midoriya, All Might, Bakugo, and Uraraka. This event was not just about skins; it also brought exclusive quests set on specially crafted islands, rewarding players with a range of customization items.

While the primary focus seems to be on the new skins, it remains uncertain if this collaboration will also introduce exclusive quests or other unique content. According to the leaks, this My Hero Academia collaboration is set to be part of the game’s Second Wave for the season.

With season four kicking off on August 25, fans can potentially expect this event to roll out around October. However, as with all leaks, it’s essential to take this information with a grain of salt until there’s an official announcement from Epic Games.

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Aritra Patra
Aritra Patra
Executive Editor at TalkEsport | CS2 enthusiast ▄︻デ══━一
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