In early July, a leaker spotted what was clearly a logo of Capsule Corp., a fictional company that has been a part of the series for a long time, within the game files. The logo was plastered on an in-game capsule, hinting that it could be a usable item in the game. There was also a Capsule Corp. patch, which may be a part of the incoming line of cosmetics.
Naturally, a Dragon Ball Z and Fortnite crossover will include skins. Characters such as Goku are expected, but we’ll probably see Vegeta, Future Trunks, and others. I’d be happy with a skin of Yamcha, who will hopefully, and thematically, once again die in all new and hilarious ways. It’s my favorite running joke. Speaking of, if we don’t get a Yamcha death emote, then this whole thing is a wash.
EPIC JUST ADDED THIS TO THE FILES AND IT LOOKS LIKE A LOGO USED IN DRAGON BALL?
— Shiina (@ShiinaBR) July 6, 2022
Next time on Dragon Ball Nite
Dragon Ball Z is only the latest in many, many Fortnite crossovers. More recently, the battle royale welcomed the likes of both Indiana Jones and Spider-Man. They joined plenty of cartoonish characters from other game universes, like the Master Chief and Street Fighter‘s Blanka. Really though, Fortnite is becoming the all-game crossover franchise players wanted Smash Bros. to be.
Fortnite is getting Dragon Ball content starting on August 16. The Fortnite fan Twitter account, FortniteBR, recently discovered the in-game lobby background changing to a gorgeous artistic rendition of Kame House. Even if you’re not a fan of Fortnite, you gotta respect the love Epic is showing.
— Fortnite News (@FortniteBR) August 11, 2022