DC Comics and Fortnite developer Epic Video games are becoming a member of forces on a new Batman and Fortnite-themed crossover comic guide. The six-issue miniseries, titled Batman / Fortnite: Zero Level, will debut on April twentieth. Two points will then launch in each Could and June earlier than the series concludes with a last challenge on July sixth.
Longtime Fortnite followers might need perked up on the point out of the Zero Level, a reality-warping ball of power that is hovering over the center of the Fortnite island and is the catalyst for this season’s many model crossovers. (Simply yesterday, Ellen Ripley and the Xenomorph from the Alien series were added to the game.) It appears the Zero Level will play a key function on this comic miniseries, according to this plot summary:
A crack splits the sky above Gotham Metropolis… a tear in actuality itself. This rift pulls the Darkish Knight into a weird and unfamiliar world, with no reminiscence of who he is or the place he got here from…Batman has been drawn into Fortnite!
As he fights to recall his previous and escape an infinite loop of chaos and wrestle, he’ll come face-to-face with the likes of Renegade Raider, Fishstick, Bandolier, and extra. Whereas the world’s biggest detective strives to make sense of this unusual new world, he’ll uncover the stunning fact in regards to the Island, what lies past the Loop, and the way all the pieces is related to the mysterious Zero Level.
Print points can have codes for DC-themed in-game Fortnite objects impressed by the comic, and US subscribers to the DC Universe Infinite app will get the total series and codes for the in-game objects free of charge.
This received’t be Batman’s first crossover with Fortnite. He and Catwoman had been added as skins alongside a playable Gotham Metropolis space in 2019, and Epic has since added skins for Harley Quinn, the Joker, and Poison Ivy as properly.
And it’s additionally not Fortnite’s first comic crossover — Epic has created many Marvel skins for the favored battle royale, and the sport’s final season, which was Marvel-themed, kicked off with an in-game comic.