Maria | 21. January 2023

Full details of Fortnite’s possible collaboration with Dead Space leak out

Regarding partnerships with other well-known entertainment franchises, Fortnite is among the best video games on the market. Epic Games is the best at integrating additional IPs into their games, whether they are famous artists or games that have just come out.

If we talk about one of the most anticipated games of the first month of the year. It is, without any doubt, the Dead Space remake, developed by EA Motive. In a few days, we will be able to embark again on one of the games that redefined the survival horror genre. And how could it be otherwise, the promotional campaign for the title will include all kinds of movements, including a collaboration with Fortnite.

For the past month, there have been rumors of a Dead Space skin for Fortnite. Isaac Clarke will become part of the large cast of characters in the famous Battle Royale of Epic Games.

Read on to find out all the details of this collaboration.

Fortnite collaboration with Dead Space

The Isaac Clarke pack is rumored to be released on January 23 at 6 p.m., according to information provided by a creator to Epic, according to well-known data miner iFireMonkey. In addition to the skin, the data miner stated that players would also get the following:

  • Plasma slash spike
  • Back bling with a health meter
  • Back bling that changes color in response to damage


Isaac’s health is shown through a bling on his back that appears to be the same one worn by the character in the video games. He would have access to the same backpack inside Fortnite, which is genuine to the surface. It also serves a valuable function by alerting you when you need healing without looking at your health bar.

According to leaks, you’ll need to complete a series of quests to get the 1,500 V-Bucks in the pack. Also included is an emote to equip and dispel spikes for the character.

The remake of the first Dead Space game releases on January 27, just a few days after the skin supposedly arrives in Fortnite. While we have to wait until January 23 for an official announcement. This aligns with the standard marketing strategy where Epic adds a skin to build up anticipation for a new game.

According to leaks, this pack will cost real money and give the user 1,500 V-Bucks. This implies that players will pay a fixed amount to receive all the package content.

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