Fortnite’s latest live event, Collision, has concluded Chapter 3 Season 2 with an extraordinary mech battle sequence. The roughly 15-minute set saw squads of four (this author teamed up with soccer star Neymar Jr and Obi-Wan Kenobi) to help command a robot, which was tasked with bringing down the Collider, a monument that fans already they will see be familiar with on the island.
While much of it is scripted, the production values for this unique sequence were absolutely wild. Players were tasked with taking out incoming tanks, rival mechs, and missiles, before diving underground for a final battle with Slone. Here, series mascot Jones and The Foundation, voiced by The Rock, teamed up to help.
You can watch the full event below:
Fortnite is offline now until the new season arrives, which is rumored to include the likes of Darth Vader, who was momentarily teased during the event. In the meantime, the game is pumping out some procedurally generated lo-fi beats, powered by Unreal Engine. Then we do it all over again tomorrow with the start of a