Anime crossovers in games have not. Really worked so far.
Of course, Fortnite brought the cast of naruto on the battle bus in a pretty big way with a plethora of skins, emotes, and a variety of other goodies in a way that kept fans happy, holding on to his art style in an effort to stay true, and not really being the same can be said for the other crossovers in the gaming world.
war zone Y Vanguard‘s attack on titan The skins were absolutely ruined upon reveal, with Levi’s skin looking nothing like the original character, and Titan’s skin just looking like a naked guy running around 1940s Berlin shooting Nazis. It wasn’t a good look in more ways than one, but there’s still hope that the anime can make it to the mainstream through Fortnite.
A new “Anime Legends” package has been found in the code of Fortnite, and now fans are thinking: who could be in the group? And who deserves to arrive on the island as a true anime legend? Here are our picks for the anime characters we want to see drop next.
goku dragon ball z
Without a doubt the most obvious answer on this list.
goku is the face of the anime, probably surpassing PokemonAsh Ketchum’s Ash Ketchum as the most popular lead in an animated series, so who’s really a better candidate for the “anime legend” moniker?
Dragon Ball ZThe Saiyan leader of Saiyan is the exemplary anime hero, and the addition of Kakarotto would also be fun, fancy cloud gliders and Kamehameha gestures. Plus, a pinch of Vegeta wouldn’t hurt either.
Eren Yeager – Attack on Titan
As the beloved anime prepares to come to a dramatic end, it would be only fair to attack on titan to get another chance in the world of video games after Obligations he absolutely sniffed it.
The arrival of Eren Yeager would be a great crossover, and as the war zone the packs couldn’t bring the actual main character from the show into the game, that’s where Fortnite can take advantage of. Plus, there’s also room for some great harvesting tools that come with the skin.
Tanjiro Kamado and Hashibira Inosuke – Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba
Murderer of demonsThe success of has been massive, and in just two seasons and a movie, it has become one of the absolute leaders of anime fan recommendations, and for good reason. The series has an enormous wealth of characters that would fit Fortnite perfectly, but it’s probably Tanjiro and Inosuke who are the best fit.
Tanjiro is our beloved hero, and Inosuke’s design would be hard to resist; plus, the chance to carry Nezuko on Tanjiro’s back in a wicker basket is too good an opportunity to pass up.
Monkey D. Luffy – One Piece
Few anime series have the enduring legacy and reluctance to finally package it like One pieceand as such, pirate legend Monkey D. Luffy stands as the icon that could fully represent the anime.
The gummy, slippery Straw Hat would suit island antics nicely, and could come with some nice cosmetics that make your ships look cool. Really slippery And perhaps its incredibly thin appendages could offer a tactical advantage. If pay-to-win reaches Fortnite not at all, it might as well be with Mono.
Ryuk – death note
Although Light Yagami would probably be the first call for many Death Note Fans, there’s no denying that a Shinigami skin in the form of Ryuk would sell like hotcakes.
Even for gamers who are not fans of classic anime, the series alone look at it. The edgy teens will be all over him, and it will be poetry to run around the island as a god of death without needing to use his Note (which would be a great backup, by the way) to take down his enemies. shooting them with SMGs instead.