“Feels More Out of Place Than F***ing” Goku” – Destiny 2 Collaboration Fails to Impress Fortnite Fans

Published 08/24/2022, 4:30 AM EDT

Fortnite has been offering tons of engaging and exciting content for its players ever since it was first launched in 2017. So far, the team of Epic Games has managed to keep the fans hooked into the online multiplayer’s virtual world.

However, it looks like the latest collaboration with Destiny 2 isn’t something many Fortnite fans were looking forward to. They are seemingly unimpressed with what’s been revealed regarding a major crossover of these titles.


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Fans are unhappy with Destiny 2 skins in Fortnite

In case anyone missed to keep a track, Bungie just announced during the Gamescom event that Destiny 2 will be available on the Epic Games Store from now on. Until August 30th, players can also download its 30th anniversary pack from Epic’s marketplace.

However, the biggest news from the game’s developer was regarding its crossover with Fortnite. The character skins based on Destiny 2 have just made their way in the battle royale title’s Item Shop. Players can choose to buy skins of Zavala, Ikora Rey, and the Exo Stranger.

But it seems like the hardcore Fortnite lovers are not delighted at all. Majority of them are not happy with the character skins making their way into Epic Games’ online multiplayer.


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While dropping their reactions, most of the players on Twitter mentioned that the skins look mediocre to say the least. Few of them even wrote that they seem out of place. Others just hoped for the overall content, coming up with Destiny 2 collaboration, to be better.

That’s because they are disappointed with how the skins are looking. “This somehow feels more out of place than f***ing Goku”, wrote one disappointed user. They thought the Dragon Ball Z collaboration skins were far better than this.


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Meanwhile, when it comes to what’s next in the future of Epic Games’ hit game, it might witness a standalone Brie Larson skin. This rumor has gained a lot of momentum in the last few days, thanks to several inside sources. However, it’s yet to be officially confirmed from the makers themselves.

Fortnite is now available on all the supported platforms like the PlayStation, Xbox, PC, Android, and Nintendo Switch. What are your thoughts on the latest crossover of the battle royale with Destiny 2? Do you like the newly introduced skins or not?


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Mintu Tomar

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Mintu Tomar is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. After completing his bachelor's in Philosophy, he has followed his passion for covering news as a budding journalist. He lives and breathes video games and is a die-hard Call of Duty fan.