Fortnite x My Hero Academia leaks: 4 free rewards, Deku & All Might skins, and more

Fortnite x My Hero Academia cosmetics have been leaked (Image via Epic Games)
Fortnite x My Hero Academia cosmetics have been leaked (Image via Epic Games)

Cosmetics for Fortnite x My Hero Academia have been leaked online. There are four outfits, back blings, harvesting tools, and emotes. By the looks of it, Epic Games went all out for this anime collaboration.

Then again, there was never a doubt, considering the amount of advertising done on social media and in real life. By the looks of things, this will be on par with Naruto and Dragon Ball collaborations in Fortnite.

List of all My Hero Academia in Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1

Want to know what items might feature in the shop tomorrow? Check out our predictions for tomorrow's Fortnite Item Shop

Based on the leaks showcased thus far, there will be a total of 16 My Hero Academia cosmetic items that will be up for sale in the Item Shop. With that said, here's a complete list of all the cosmetic items:

  • All Might Collectible (back bling)
  • Uravity Booster (back bling)
  • Grenade Backpack (back bling)
  • Principal Nezu (back bling)
  • Izuku Midoriya (outfit)
  • Ochaco Uraraka (outfit)
  • Katsuki Bakugo (outfit)
  • All Might (outfit)
  • Symbol Of Peace (emote)
  • Izuku's Quirk (built-in emote)
  • All Might's Transform (built-in emote)
  • Hero Analysis (emote)
  • Blackwhip Axe (harvesting tool)
  • Uravity Smasher (harvesting tool)
  • Cluster Buster (harvesting tool)
  • All Smite (harvesting tool)

According to the leakers, all these cosmetics will be available for purchase via three different cosmetic bundles: Class 1-A Gear Bundle, Class 1-A Bundle, and All Might Bundle.

In addition to paid cosmetics, there will be four free cosmetics for players to claim by completing challenges. These will be available after completing a certain amount of challenges in-game. It's likely these will be divided between Creative and Battle Royale modes.

Based on the leaks, these challenges will occur over the span of two weeks. This would suggest that the collaboration will wrap up at the end of December 2022. With that said, players do need to keep in mind that, much like the Winterfest 2022 challenges, those related to My Hero Academia may rotate out of the game after seven days. It's best to complete them as soon as possible.

When will the Fortnite x My Hero Academia collaboration go live?


With the official trailer set to premiere in just under two hours, the in-game collaborative festivities should go live shortly afterward. As mentioned by the leakers, the Item Shop's rotation will occur earlier than usual today. This is when all the cosmetic items will be added to the shop.

On that note, since this is an anime collaboration, cosmetics will be a tad more expensive than they would otherwise be. Nevertheless, for otakus who love My Hero Academia, this is likely a dream come true.

In addition to cosmetics, a new Mythic weapon called Deku's Smash will be added to the loot pool of Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1. All Might Supply Drops will also be added to the game. These will likely contain normal items alongside the new Mythic.

On that note, it's not yet known if Deku's Smash will only affect structures and buildings or deal damage to opponents as well. In all probability, the Mythic will be an all-round item capable of inflicting damage on anything neutral or hostile.

The Battle Bus is heading into Fortnite! Check out the final Fortnite item shop today!

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