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Crunchyroll and Epic Games Team Up for 'Fortnite' x 'My Hero Academia'

Four heroes from "My Hero Academia" make their "Fortnite" debut.

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December 21, 2022

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Izuku Midoriya, as featured in "Fortnite." 
Izuku Midoriya, as featured in "Fortnite." Epic Games

Crunchyroll has announced that four heroes from "My Hero Academia" have entered "Fortnite.

The collaboration includes new "My Hero Academia"-themed gameplay in "Fortnite" Battle Royale and Zero Build. 

"My Hero Academia's" Izuku Midoriya, Katsuki Bakugo, Ochaco Uraraka and All Might outfits land in Fortnite alongside each hero's matching Back Blings and Pickaxes. Also available in "Fortnite," players can celebrate via the new Symbol of Peace Emote and flex their brains with the Hero Analysis Emote. 

There is also a new Hero Training Gym island, built by creator team Zen Creative. Choose from one of three classes and go head-to-head in a team vs. team combat among two different arena settings. Additionally, players can earn in-game rewards – the Deku Spray, Plus Ultra Spray, Deku's Glove Emoticon and U.A. Cape Back Bling – by completing new limited-time "My Hero Academia" Quests in "Fortnite" Battle Royale, Zero Build and the Hero Training Gym island. 

Hero Gym Training Island

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