Jinx, League of Legends, is also aimed at Fortnite
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The Crossovers in Fortnite do not stop surprising us. So far, there have been collaborations in the form of events or Skins almost always with American films or series, superheroes by Marvel or DC or even Author Commercial films such as Dune.
But perhaps looking to attract a much greater audience, Epic Games is extending its borders with collaborations of more international properties.
We know that Naruto, one of the most popular animes, is on the way to Fortnite... and this week was launched Skin of El Chapulín Colorado, Mexican comedy of Roberto Gómez Bolaños, Chespirito, whom you may also know about the Chavo del Eight.
Fortnite x League of LegendsNext Week, Jinx from League of Legends Will Join The Island, in Celebration of Riot Games New Show Arcane. pic.twitter.com/obzfwbyjxm.
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The next Fortnite Crossover will be with another of the most popular free to play games in the world: League of Legends.
Will be jinx the champion that is one at Battle Royale of Epic Games as Skin, and we know that it will come next week, because it is part of the celebration of the premiere of arcane, the animation series of League of Legends who opens on November 7 at Netflix.
Fortnite has also had collaborations with other video games before, without going any further, Resident Evil this same Halloween or several Street Fighter, but perhaps this is the most significant of all, because both are, albeit in different genres, free to play leaders Play.
It is also a sign of the aperture of Riot Games and its expansion plans of the League of Legends franchise beyond the Moba, with the aforementioned Netflix series, the card game Legends of Runaterra, El Moba Chiquito for Mobiles Wild Rift and a developing MMO based on your developing universe.