Iconic characters from Dragon Ball including Goku, Vegeta, Bluma, and Beerus are coming to Fortnite along with several Dragon Ball-themed, in-game activities that let you fly and fight as if you were a Super Saiyan.
Starting today, four Dragon Ball characters will be available in Fortnite alongside themed items such as the Power Pole Pickaxe, Kamesennin’s Staff Pickaxe, Nimbus Cloud Glider, Space Pod Glider, Charging Up Emote, Fusion Emote, and Boosting Ki Emote.
The cosmetics are only part of the Dragon Ball content coming to Fortnite. Alongside the characters and items in the Item Shop, there will be a “Power Unleasheashed” tab for all players that will open up Dragon Ball-themed Quests players can complete for rewards.
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There will be Seven Quests that can be completed for Dragon Balls. Complete all seven and players can unlock a Shenron Glider along with other back bling, sprays, and other rewards. These quests will be available starting on August 30.
The Fortnite map will also add competitive Dragon Ball modes like the Versus Boards. Players can sign up at the Versus Boards and compete in a PvP-style battle where players will have five minutes to defeat their opponents using weapons like the Kamehameha blast or Nimbus Cloud.
The main map will also add the Kame House where players can travel there and trade their gold bars with Bulma for unique items.
For non-competitive play, Fortnite is adding the Dragon Ball Adventure Island on August 19 which recreates several locations from the series including Kami’s Palace, Goku’s House, and the Room of Spirit & Time. There will be an optional player vs. player Tenkaichi Budokai arena, for the power-hungry.
Lastly, Fortnite will host in-game viewing parties for select Dragon Ball Super episodes from August 16 to September 17.
Fortnite previously announced Dragon Ball would be coming to the game later this month. But going beyond just new character skins, Epic is clearly going all-in on this Dragon Ball collaboration, especially given the anime’s enduring legacy.
While this will be a chance to collect Dragon Ball skins so you can finally pit Goku against Superman, the Dragon Ball Adventure Land is effectively a standalone Dragon Ball video game built within Fortnite.
Regardless of how you feel about Epic’s world-dominating battle royale, adding Goku and Vegeta to the ever-growing toybox is certain.
Matt T.M. Kim is IGN’s News Editor. You can reach him @lawoftd.