WATCH: How the Players Are Making God of War’s Kratos Dance at their Fingertips in Fortnite

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December 7, 2020 3:55 pm

Epic Games ended Chapter 2 Season 4 of Fortnite with a bang and a smooth transition into Season 5. The end of Season 4 witnessed one of the finest battles in the franchise’s history with the players taking on Galactus. However, it came with its own set of problems. Twitch streamers faced several issues during the live stream, forcing them to mute their video.

Despite all that, the end of the Galactus event culminated in the emergence of Season 5, which has brought a series of changes.

Naturally, the new season also brought a wide range of new skins that players can earn through the Battle Pass. One of the most interesting additions in Season 5 is the inclusion of the PlayStation exclusive God of War character, Kratos.

Unlike how he is presented in God of War, he seems to be a pretty animated character in Fortnite. As expected, players have already started pushing him to his limits. They have experimented with some of Fortnite’s best dances to show off the character’s skin.

Fans are forcing Kratos to dance in Fortnite

Making characters dance has been a standout feature for the fans who have already invested countless hours in the game. Making Kratos dance is just the icing on the cake.

Moreover, this isn’t the first instance when the players have made the characters dance at their fingertips. Previously, the players had made Thanos dance during Fortnite’s collaboration with the MCU. Thanos had a cameo in the game as an Easter egg that players could find on the island.

However, it’s safe to assume that making the previous characters dance was not nearly as entertaining as seeing Kratos drop some moves in the BR.

Kratos’ dance has become a meme, which is taking the internet by storm.

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Initially, when the news came out, everyone was wondering if the character might be exclusive to PlayStation players.  However, that is not the case as Kratos is available across all platforms, but PlayStation users for sure will get some perks.

Nakul Ahuja

Nakul Ahuja is an Esports author at EssentiallySports. He has spent 11 years doing theatre and is currently preparing for his Master's degree in Journalism. Along the way, he hopes to rake in money as Ninja does. Ironically, he is a rather clumsy gamer. When he isn't writing, he can be seen brewing a perfect cup of cappuccino for himself. A cup of coffee, anyone?

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