It appears that despite prior rumours suggesting otherwise, the new crossover is none of the recent rumours but instead Bungie's popular MMO-like shooter Destiny 2.
Released in 2017, Destiny 2 has since gone on to find massive success through its many expansions and frequent updates, becoming one of the most popular games in the world today and a title that's likely to continue its successes into the future.
Here is all the information we have on the upcoming collaboration.
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*LATEST* - Destiny 2 Skins Now in the Item Shop
The Destiny 2 items are now available for purchase in the Fortnite Item Shop as the "Legends of The Light and Dark" bundles both let you get some of the most iconic characters in the battle royale.
The main bundle of the three characters costs 2,700 V-Bucks and gives players access to the skins of Commander Zavala, Ikora Rey and Exo Stranger each with their own unique back bling.
The Legends of The Light and Dark Gear Bundle meanwhile costs 1,800 V-Bucks and gives players a Sparrow glider, an emote that features a Ghost scanning the area and three pickaxes in The Black Talon, Crown-Splitter and Lament respectively.
Destiny 2 Collab Coming Tonight
The newest collab with Bungie's Destiny 2 is set to arrive in the Fortnite Item Shop tonight as the characters of Exo Stranger, Zavala and Ikora are the three characters joining the battle royale.
Each skin will have a custom glider, pickaxe and back bling with a themed emote also being added.
Fan-favourite character Cayde-6 meanwhile appears to be a definite no for the crossover, despite his massive popularity.
Fortnite x Destiny 2 Collab Coming Soon.
Destiny 2 was added as an option to the list of crossovers potentially scheduled to appear in the popular battle royale by German Fortnite leaker MidaRado, a report that was later confirmed by leakers like ShiinaBR.
As of writing, there is no current date scheduled for the potential crossover between Destiny 2 and Fortnite but we know it's expected to be officially revealed as of next week.
The event will likely have featured comments appear in both games, with the leaked image seemingly showing some Fortnite-themed armour sets to be used in Destiny 2 once its collaboration is underway.
Fortnite will likely also see some themed cosmetics appear in the Item Shop, with Paul Tassi suggesting the characters of Commander Zavala, Cayde-6 and Ikora among others when writing about the collaboration for Forbes.
The Fortnite and Destiny Crossover are unlikely to be anything significant outside of the introduction of in-game skins, with no major event likely to take place until the introduction of Season 4 due to the ongoing crossover with Dragon Ball to help promote the new movie which was released earlier this month.