Promising Fortnite Collaborations that Epic Games Once Considered but Abandoned Later

Fortnite is home to some of the best video game collaborations you’ve seen yet. The free-to-play battle royale experience from Epic Games features hundreds of inspired cosmetics that fans can grab with V-dollars. Fortnite even continues to offer new, exciting collaborations every now and then.

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The intriguing part of Fortnite also fuels a number of leakers, who are making their way into Epic Games’ plans and revealing the information before the official intent. As a result, most fans already know what’s coming before Epic can surprise them. But what if a leaked series of collaborations never made it into the game? Well, Epic Games seems to have deviated from their plans, in the case of some collaborations.

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As noted by notable Fortnite informant Hypex, Epic Games has not released 10 such collaborations, which informants have found in-game. Additionally, Epic also reportedly worked on a Skin + Backbling/Pickaxe bundles during Chapter 2, but never released them in-game.

Fortnite collaborations that may not have made it

According to Hypex, Epic Games worked on 10 exciting collaborations, as some data mining sessions showed.

Dataminers had even found in-game files with names proving Epic Games’ plans. Unfortunately, those collaborations never made it into the game.

The list of ignored Fortnite partnerships includes the following:

  1. Beyoncé Single Ladies Emote
  2. demise
  3. Family man
  4. John McClane (Die Hard)
  5. Katniss Everdeen (hunger games)
  6. Lady Gaga
  7. Samus Arani
  8. Snake Plissken (Escape from NY)
  9. The Bride (Kill Bill)
  10. Tyler Rake (Chris Hemsworth)

Hypex further revealed details of two bundles that were supposedly in the works but never made it to the game.

  1. Moss Legends: (Moss Knight, Moss Brite Bomber & Moss Omega)
  2. Sweet Legends: (Sweet Guff, Sweet Cuddle Team Leader & Sweet Fishstick)

These are said to be out at the end of Chapter 2, but unfortunately haven’t been released yet. As Hypex pointed out via another informant, Sweet Legends’ Sweet Fishstick was introduced into the game as “Gummy Fishstick” as part of Fortnitemares 2021. So it’s possible that the rest of the bundle will be released as standalone skins.

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While there’s a chance Epic Games has pulled the plug on the aforementioned collaborations, the company may also be planning to release them at a later date. At this time, the intentions of the company are unknown. The future of the previously leaked collaborations remains vague as new collaborations continue to emerge and take shape in Fortnite.

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