In celebration of the recently released Uncharted film based on the hit video game series, the world of Fortnite is getting infused with two iterations of two famous Uncharted characters.
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Players can now pick up two versions of both Nathan Drake and Chloe Frazer, one of which is based on the film, and the other the official video games. The Nathan Drake Outfit includes the default style of the film, which is based on Tom Holland’s look, while the other is inspired by the version of Nathan Drake players get to play as in Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.
Likewise, the Chloe Frazer Outfit comes equipped with multiple styles, two of which are based on her character in the film (portrayed by Sophia Ali), and one of which is based on her costume in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. Frazer’s character also includes a special backbling that is a reference to a map that she gains in the film. Nate and Chloe are 1,500 V-Bucks each, and the bundle with everything costs 2,300 V-Bucks.
Alongside the Nathan Drake and Chloe Frazer outfit sets, Fortnite is also offering up a variety of Uncharted-themed accessories, including:
- Second Hand Saber Pickaxe
- Parashurama Axe Pickaxe
- Update Journal Emote
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The crossover between Fortnite and Uncharted will continue beyond the ability to buy costumes as well. Players will start to see treasure maps littered across the in-game map of Fortnite. Finding them will allow you to hunt out buried treasure, which you can dig up to find different types of in-game loot.
Epic Games had accidentally leaked the existence of this crossover, as an unlisted video on YouTube spilled the details on February 12. This then led to a riddle where players could type in a password to reveal the next collaboration. As reported on by IGN, while the community guessed “sicparvismagna” to get early access to the trailer, the company didn’t officially announce the new skins until February 17.
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