Dead Space’s Isaac Clarke Coming To Fortnite; Will Cost Real Money

Another prominent character will soon be hitting some out-of-character Fortnite emotes.

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  • Fortnite will soon collaborate with Dead Space's Isaac Clarke, as revealed in the recent data mines.
  • The new bundle will cost real-life money and will feature two back blings, a costume, a pickaxe, and a seemingly new emote. 
  • It will also include quests that will raise your V-bucks up to 1,500 upon completion. Moreover, the collab could possibly coincide with the release date of Dead Space Remake. 
  • We suggest taking it with a grain of salt, as it has not been officially confirmed yet.

It is fair to claim that Fortnite has become somewhat of a pioneer in the gaming industry when it comes to collaborating with big names. The title has dominated the battle royale industry ever since its inception and continues to remain relevant with its evolving content, new prominent characters, and interesting battle passes.

Another conspicuous collab is slated to appear on the horizon of Fortnite, as a very significant gaming icon from one of the best horror games is on its way to the battle royale entry. After rumors of Peter Griffin’s arrival, Dead Space’s protagonist, Isaac Clarke, is also allegedly coming to the game in a new intriguing bundle.

The potent rumors stem from dataminers on Twitter, such as the insider Shiina. The dataminers have located that Epic Games’ Fortnite is set to collab with Electronic Arts to bring Dead Space’s Isaac Clarke into the entry. The bundle will include two back blings, a costume, a pickaxe, and a seemingly new emote relevant to Isaac Clarke.

Moreover, the seemingly massive bundle will also feature quests that could get your V-bucks wallet stacked up to 1,500.

However, the new bundle will also bring a change that no one suspected; the bundle will cost real-world money in order to buy Dead Space’s, Isaac Clarke. The new bundle is priced for real cash, and your usual V-bucks will not suffice. The price still remains unclear, but it could possibly range within the $10 to $30 margins.

There has been no official confirmation regarding the leaked bundle from Epic Games or Electronic Arts for now. Regardless, there is a lot of evidence behind the new leak.

Including the recent data mines that have further elaborated on the suspected bundle, a report from former eXputer writer Tom Henderson of Insider Gaming also hinted at the prospect of a Fortnite x Dead Space collab sometime around the middle of January.

Moreover, the data mines seldom end up being untrue and usually officially come to light after being dug by data miners. Still, we suggest taking the news with a slight grain of salt, as any of the involved parties may decide to back out internally before the new Dead Space and Fortnite collab sees an official announcement.

We suspect the hyped-up collab between Electronic Arts and Fortnite will overlap around the release of the highly-anticipated Dead Space Remake. Dead Space Remake is slated to arrive on January, 27th, 2023. It will release on only next-generation platforms, like the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Series S, and PC.

What are your thoughts about the notable Dead Space’s Isaac Clarke allegedly joining the band of important figures in Fortnite? Do you think the EA collaboration with Epic Games will compel people to spend real-world money for Isaac Clarke? Do let us know your opinions in the comments below.

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Shameer Sarfaraz is a Senior News Writer on eXputer who loves to keep up with the gaming and entertainment industries devoutly. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and several years of experience reporting on games. Besides his passion for breaking news stories, Shahmeer loves spending his leisure time farming away in Stardew Valley. VGC, IGN, GameSpot, Game Rant, TheGamer, GamingBolt, The Verge, NME, Metro, Dot Esports, GameByte, Kotaku Australia, PC Gamer, and more have cited his articles.

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