Have you ever thought to yourself that Destiny 2 just needs more Fortnite characters in it? Well... fear, or fear not, as data miners have discovered a number of bizarre and unexpected assets within Destiny 2's game files that point to a crossover between the two games in the near future.
The news broke on Twitter via dataminer Ginsor, who posted screenshots of a set of Fortnite armor sets for the game. The good news is that they've been molded to fit the aesthetic of Destiny 2, rather than being all-out cartoonish, but it's still.... interesting to see.
Based on the screenshots, the skins appear to be based on Fortnite's Black Knight, Catalyst, and Omega.
Fortnite Destiny confirmed pic.twitter.com/U3kZeFY6l8— Ginsor (@GinsorKR) August 20, 2022
This all happens to coincide with further rumors that Destiny 2 might be coming to the Epic Games Store in the near future, possibly indicating a promotional tie-in.
It follows hot on the heels of a previous collab with Halo, and marks an interesting change in direction for the game. I can imagine there are a number of hardcore Destiny fans who aren't happy about the out-of-universe crossovers, but it's not clear yet if Bungie intends to continue this trend.
Perhaps we'll see some Fortnite dance moves in Destiny 2 soon, too. Season 18 gets underway tomorrow, so we'll no doubt find out more during Gamescom week. Stay tuned to GameFront for all the latest as we learn it.