The fifth season of Fortnite contains all sorts of crossovers with different universes. The last newcomers are Ryu and Chun-Li from Street Fighter, as well as Ripley and the Xenomorph from Alien .. In the trailer for the two Street Fighter characters you can see an old Street Fighter II arcade, from which Jonesy Chun-Li and Ryu whisked away into the world of Fortnite. Along with the two characters, two new emotes have also been added to the game. Chun-Lis Hyakuretsukyaku and Ryus Shoryuken can now be used by players – without the usual button combinations. There is also a glider and two pickaxes in the street fighter look.

Epic Games also shared an audio log on Twitter in which Jonesy is probably talking to Ryu.

In the trailer for Xenomorph and Ripley, Jonesy saves the latter shortly before she is torn to pieces by a bunch of aliens. Together with the Predator skin, which was added to the game in January, Aliens vs Predator can now be used in Fortnite (buy now € 15.19 ) replay. Will Fortnite slowly grow into the most ambitious crossover event in history? In addition to the two costumes, there is also Jonesy the cat, which you can carry on your back, a facehugger, the P-5000 power loader arm pickaxe, a Cheyenne dropship, which acts as a glider, and an emote, which lets a llama shoot out of your chest.

The two Street Fighter characters have been available for purchase in Fortnite's in-game shop for about a week. Ripley and the Xenomorph celebrated their entry into the game on February 26th. The costumes cost you 1,600 V-bucks each, but they can also be purchased as part of different bundles.

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