Fortnite x Suicide Squad Introduces “Bloodsport” Skin

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Fortnite x Suicide Squad Introduces “Bloodsport” Skin

The Suicide Squad’s “Bloodsport” joins Fortnite Battle Royale.

It seems like every other day, Epic Games introduces a new collaboration in Fortnite Battle Royale. Since 2017, fans have witnessed crossovers with Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Terminator, Travis Scott, LeBron James, NFL, NBA and more. As a result, players can fit themselves with numerous cosmetic outfits and accessories. The train has not stopped rolling for the last few years, and today, Epic announced another DC Comics collaboration. Bloodsport of the upcoming “The Suicide Squad” movie and the Superman comic series will enter the world of Fortnite Battle Royale.

Bloodsport Announcement

It’s not every day that world-renowned British actor Idris Elba associates himself with Fortnite. In a brief teaser trailer posted by The Suicide Squad Director, James Gunn, Elba revealed that the DC supervillain is “coming to the island.” Some in-game footage also appeared, showcasing Bloodsport’s character model in action. Perhaps the most intriguing aspect of the clip is that more will come tomorrow. Could this mean more Suicide Squad characters in Fortnite? Or will there be a more in-depth look at Bloodsport? Leakers seem to side with the former.

More Suicide Squad Characters?

Fortnite leaker HYPEX seems to think that Epic will reveal more Suicide Squad characters tomorrow. According to several personalities in the scene, an insider on Reddit leaked the Suicide Squad collaboration months ago, and it included more than just Bloodsport. While none of those characters have come to light, we already have several variations of Harley Quinn in Fortnite. It stands to reason that Epic would cash in on Fortnite’s latest crossover and add the entire Suicide Squad to the game.

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Matt is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University. He appreciates all esports titles but primarily focuses on Fortnite and Call of Duty. Matt continuously analyzes gameplay and plays the games himself to better understand in-game decisions by the best players in the world.