Fortnite’s Loki Skin And Scepter Pickaxe Revealed
Fortnite leakers have shown off the first look at Loki’s upcoming skin as well as the Scepter he will use as his pickaxe.
One month on from Fortnite’s first tease that Loki would be arriving on the island, leakers have revealed what exactly the game’s take on the God of Mischief will look like. The skin is very close to the MCU version of Loki which makes a lot of sense since his arrival is in conjunction with the Loki TV show airing on Disney Plus.
While it remains unclear whether Loki will bring any backbling and emotes along with him, he does appear to have a pickaxe. The Scepter he sports early on during his MCU appearances complete with a shiny blue mind stone. That’s bound to pack a punch. Or, you know, do the same amount of damage as the swing of a regular Fortnite pickaxe, it’ll just look way cooler.
Epic confirmed Loki is coming to Fortnite last week by announcing he will be a part of July’s Fortnite Crew pack. Fortnite Crew is a subscription service including a Battle Pass and other perks, and appears to be the only way players will be able to get their hands on Loki. Fortnite Crew costs $11.99 per month and also includes 1000 V-Bucks.
Loki joins what is an already massive roster of characters in Fortnite, many of which are also from Marvel. Thanos returned to the island earlier this month and other Marvel heroes who are already a part of Fortnite lore include Black Widow, She-Hulk, and Dr. Doom. Thor is also a Fortnite character, but not an MCU-accurate version of the God of Thunder like his brother. The initial Loki tease also hinted that MCU Thor will soon join the party.
Fortnite also continues to be the only place you can have an array of fantasy battles play out. Master Cheif versus Kratos, Deadpool against Batman, and now Harley Quinn fighting Loki. Later this season, all of those characters will be able to pit themselves against Superman. DC’s leading man has been confirmed for season seven which is all about Fortnite’s alien invasion.
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