Fortnite Chapter 2: Season 4 Introduces Thor, Wolverine, She-Hulk, and More Marvel Characters

Fortnite Chapter 2: Season 4 Introduces Thor, Wolverine, She-Hulk, and More Marvel Characters

Even Galactus is on his way.

After Aquaman graced Fortnite Battle Royale in Chapter 2: Season 3, it's Marvel's turn for the limelight in a superhero themed season. Chapter 2: Season 4 is out now, and introduces a ton of new Marvel characters to the fold.

You can see the cinematic trailer for the new season just below, which shows Thor, She-Hulk, Wolverine, Iron Man, and others getting transported to Fortnite's world. They're joined by Groot, Doctor Doom, and impending doom from Galactus on the horizon.

There's also the new Battle Pass trailer for Chapter 2: Season 4 just below. I've yet to actually check out the new Battle Pass for myself, but it looks like all the Marvel superheroes will be earned through Season 4's Battle Pass.

This is far from the first time Epic Games and Marvel have collaborated in Fortnite Battle Royale. You might remember last year in April when none other than Thanos arrived in Fortnite, along with the Infinity Gauntlet. Players would chase down the Infinity Gauntlet to temporarily become Thanos, and after that player was killed while controlling Thanos, the Infinity Gauntlet would be available for someone else to claim.

Thanos arrived in Fortnite in April last year. | Epic Games/Marvel Entertainment

More recently, Deadpool was added to Fortnite Battle Royale earlier this year in February. While the merc with a mouth started out as just an Easter Egg in the game's menu systems, he actually ended up getting his own yacht in the northern reaches of the game's map.

Of course, Fortnite Chapter 2: Season 4 isn't available for iOS devices. As a fallout from Epic's litigation against both Apple and Google after circumventing store policies, Fortnite has been taken off both the App Store, and although Epic can still update the Unreal Engine on both platforms, they can no longer update Fortnite for existing users on iOS—though Android users seem able to still play the latest version of Fortnite, per Epic's FAQ on the matter.

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