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3 huge Fortnite collabs leaked for December, here’s what is coming

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A series of leaks has uncovered three brand-new game modes that will land in Fortnite in December, as part of collabs with Lego, Rocket League, and Harmonix.

Fortnite is going through its Fortnite OG event, an event that’s bringing old maps back as an homage to its past. That isn’t all the battle royale video game is doing, as it’s set to roll out major collaborations too. With the Fortnite x Invincible recently uncovered, the next set of collaborations might already have been leaked.

Fortnite leaker HYPEX, who has correctly leaked Fortnite events and collaborations in the past, has revealed that three new game modes will be coming to the game soon. All three of them are collaborations with three notable companies and will be getting released one after the other. Although specifics haven’t been shared yet, assumptions of what the game modes will be like are already being made.

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The Fortnite x Lego collab is finally happening

The Fortnite x Lego crossover will start on December 7 at 9 a.m. ET and will feature several Lego NPCs, bosses, and more.

The Fortnite x Lego crossover was previously leaked in March, and it seems that leak is finally becoming a reality. According to the original leak, this event is set to feature Lego NPCs, bosses, a custom UI, Lego models, and a Lego-inspired open world, as well as something called “Adventures.”

Players will supposedly be able to play as actual Lego characters and will be able to mine props around the map to build stuff with a building tool. There will also be an HP and energy system, with several things like Lego stud guns, beds, fences, and ziplines also being in the December game mode.

The game mode has seemingly been in the works for at least nine months and has the potential to be the most ambitious crossover in the game yet. The crossover hasn’t officially been revealed so it’s possible it could be pushed back, or different elements may be cut or expanded.

Fortnite x Rocket League crossover coming in December

The Fortnite x Rocket League collab, titled Fortnite Rocket Racing, is coming in December.

There isn’t much known about this game mode, except that it’s supposedly going to be based around cars. It might also feature a race track with several high-speed rocket-powered cars, but it might make more sense to add a football field instead to help Rocket League’s uniqueness shine.

This isn’t the first time Fortnite has collaborated with Rocket League, as the Octane car from Rocket League had joined Fortnite in late 2022. Epic Games owns Psyonix, the developers of Rocket League so there is ample cross-branding potential, especially since Rocket League has recently announced an ambitious crossover of its own.

Harmonix crossover reportedly brings rhythm game to Fortnite

The Fortnite Festival will reportedly be released in December, serving as a collaboration with Epic-owned game developing company, Harmonix Music Systems.

The last game mode coming out in December is the “Fortnite Festival.” Few details are known about the event. While some have been saying it might be a celebration of sorts, another Fortnite leaker iFireMonkey, has claimed otherwise.

According to iFireMonkey, the Fortnite Festival game mode is not a celebration full of activities but a rhythm game with multiple Harmonix Music Systems employees working on it. Harmonix has an extensive history of developing rhythm games including the original Guitar Hero and the Rock Band series. As with Psyonix, Harmonix is owned by Epic Games, so there are few limits on what this collab could bring.

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Written by Hannan Mundia

Hannan Mundia has been playing video games since he was just three years old. He loves everything about gaming, from RPGs to first-person shooters. He has sunk countless hours into Bethesda's popular RPGs, but his favorite game remains Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.

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