Become a Guardian, as Destiny 2 skins are coming to Fortnite

Guardians, rise and earn the victory royale!

The latest Destiny 2 showcase revealed various intriguing aspects coming to the game, along with a few partnerships that fans have been looking forward to for a while. A significant collaboration was announced between Destiny 2 and Fortnite battle royale, and fans cannot wait to see what the developers have planned. Three iconic Destiny Outfits are coming to Fortnite and various other cosmetics. So if you want to know the details of this crossover, we have you covered. Here's everything players need to know about the Destiny 2 Fortnite collaboration.

All Destiny 2 cosmetics arriving in Fortnite

Destiny 2 and Fortnite are teaming up to feature various cosmetics players can use in the popular battle royale. A Fortnite cinematic trailer featured the Legends of Light and Dark, and these cosmetics will be available in the Fortnite Item Shop from Aug. 23, 2022, at 8 PM ET. Three new Outfits were revealed, and they feature Destiny 2 characters like Commander Zavala, Ikora Rey, and the Exo Stranger. Similarly, the Destiny-themed cosmetics will also include Pickaxes, Back Blings, and Sparrow Gliders. The iconic Ghost from Destiny 2 is also coming to Fortnite. Players can use the Investigate Emote to make a Ghost appear to investigate the information.

Related: How to complete Dragon Ball Recovery Quests in Fortnite

What is the Fortnite Creative Island code for the Destiny 2 map?

Along with this, players will also experience a Destiny-themed Fortnite Creative map. Developed by the PWR team, the iconic Javelin-4 map from Destiny 2 is in the game now. The code for the Guardian Control Zone: Javelin-4 is 0642-9767-7225. You can visit the Discover tab to locate the Creative map or simply copy and enter this code in the Island Code tab.

The Guardian Control Zone: Javelin-4 features 'Control mode' style gameplay that Destiny fans are used to. You need to capture these control points with your team, and the elimination multiplier increases with more points. The first team that reaches a score of 200 wins the game.

Wondering how to get started with the Dragon Ball Quests? Check out How to complete Dragon Ball Warmup Quests in Fortnite on Pro Game Guides.

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