Thanos Lands in Fortnite, Gets Nerfed Immediately

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Epic Games just revealed an upcoming limited-time event coming to its ultra-popular game Fortnite that will bring over Thanos, who most recently appeared in Infinity War.

Following the addition of the limited time Infinity Gauntlet mode in Fortnite earlier this week, the development team at Epic Games officially made a decision to nerf Thanos after monitoring player feedback for the new LTM. While Thanos can not build in Fortnite, becoming him does grant players a series of stat buffs to make them more powerful than other players in head to head combat.

Check out the trailer below. Keep enjoying the game and stay tuned for more updates as they become available. There's an Infinity Gauntlet randomly placed on the map, and it's up to you to find it first.

It's not clear whether Marvel and Epic Games will partner again going forward, but the idea of crossovers will make any Fortnite player giddy.

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Thanos corrects the Asgardian that he should have aimed for the head and you see the instant regret on Thor's face.

There is a Fortnite Sign In Failed Error that is plaguing players across the world right now. In fact, that was actually a bit of a problem: It turns out that he was way too strong, so Epic downgraded his abilities some.

Various celebrities and high-profile individuals have already voiced their love for the game, including the likes of Drake, Logic, Travis Scott, and a collection of others, which has allowed Fortnite to break into the "mainstream" culture. He does get a slight boost in terms of his punch damage (80 to 100) and his beam damage (12 to 20), but that health decrease is pretty massive. Secondly, we know from promotional pictures and on-set footage that Hawkeye's set to appear in Avengers 4 in his Ronin identity, defined as more of a lone wolf than before.