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Marvel villain Thanos is invading Fortnite for a limited time

08 May 2018

If you have watched Avengers: Infinity War, you may have already seen how evil Thanos can really be. Well now the evil Marvel bad guy is invading Fortnite for a limited time!

Thanos is by far the most evil bad guy to ever grace the MCU as he's like a god thanks to the power he possesses with the Infinity Gauntlet. One click of his fingers and he has the potential to wipe out anyone he wants. 

Well now Epic Games has announced a special crossover with Marvel as Thanos will be in the popular game Fortnite. It will be in the form of a brand new limited time game mode called the "Infinity Gauntlet Limited Time Mashup”.

In this mode, the map will contain one Infinity Gauntlet containing all six of the powerful Infinity Stones. The first player that acquires the hidden item will be able to turn into Thanos and can cause a lot of damage!

This new mode will be available from tomorrow and it will still be free to play for all players. The reason this crossover is possible is because Avengers: Infinity War directors the Russo brothers played Fortnite a lot while they were editing the film. 

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