Fortnite X Dead by Daylight: Leak claims the crossover between Fortnite and Dead By Daylight happening soon- Rumors suggest that Fortnite will merge with Dead by Daylight, another well-known online game, as part of its metaverse expansion. Fortnite has been transformed into a tool for teamwork by Epic Games, leaving no type of content untouched. The battle royale has increased its arsenal of cosmetics to appeal to a variety of fanbases, including popular streamers, movie figures, and music icons.
Even other video games collaborate with Fortnite. The first video game crossover had Master Chief and Kratos, and Among Us was the most recent one. Fans have begun to wonder what video game might get a crossover next as a result of this. Fortunately, a reputable leaker believes that the battle royale mode may be coming to the asymmetric horror multiplayer game Dead by Daylight.
Fortnite x Dead by Daylight rumor
A Dead by Daylight collaboration was reportedly about to materialize, according to well-known Fortnite leaker Shiina, who received an image from an unnamed source. The two games’ cosmetics would be included in this crossover.
According to the report, players can get a Llama Charm in Dead by Daylight that resembles a Loot Llama from Fortnite and can be affixed to various objects worn by Killers and Survivors. The Meg Thomas skin will be available to Fortnite players. Thomas is a Dead by Daylight original character, and her cosmetic collection is likely to feature a pickaxe and back bling.
RUMOR: A Fortnite X Dead by Daylight collaboration might happen soon!
According to an anonymous source that has sent me this image and some other proof a few days ago, we could get a "Llama" charm in DBD, and a "Meg Thomas" skin in Fortnite! pic.twitter.com/HaaqFNLYj0
— Shiina (@ShiinaBR) June 26, 2022
Although Epic Games hasn’t yet confirmed this crossover, Dead by Daylight’s Twitter interaction has gamers even more confident that it will happen. Epic offered the horror game to Fortnite in a tweet exchange with DBD in October 2021. While this may have been a playful exchange between social media managers, Fortnite has a history of exploiting Twitter replies to tease crossovers months in advance.