Fortnite Insider Claims Indiana Jones And Darth Vader Are Being Added Soon

A reliable Fortnite leaker has claimed that Darth Vader and Indiana Jones are going to be featured over the next few seasons of the game.

Earlier in the week, eagle-eyed Fortnite fans spotted folders that made reference to Darth Vader, Peter Griffin, and Doom Guy during Epic's Unreal Engine 5 livestream, seemingly hinting that skins and content are being made for those characters and properties.

Although Peter Griffin is likely just a joke considering Epic has trolled Fortnite players with it in the past, it seems that the Darth Vader folder might have actually been hinting at content coming to the game, as reliable Fortnite leaker TaborTimeYT has reported that both Vader and Indiana Jones will be added to the game.

This news was reported by Fortnite insider ShiinaBR, who Tweeted an image of Darth Vader, saying, "BREAKING: DARTH VADER IS CONFIRMED FOR CHAPTER 3 – SEASON 3. He will also be a boss on the Island during the next season! This was confirmed by TaborTimeYT, who is known for always posting correct leaks!"

Although the leakers weren't able to put a timeframe on Vader's arrival, ShiinaBR also reported that TaborTimeYT has claimed that Indiana Jones will be added in Chapter 3, Season 3, saying, "BREAKING: Indiana Jones will be added to the game in Chapter 3 – Season 3! According to TaborTimeYT, this collaboration has been in the works for a very long time!"

This seems to hint that the folders left on the computer screen during the Unreal Engine 5 livestream might have been accidental, and that Family Guy and Doom content are also coming to the island, although it's worth repeating that Epic has previously hinted at Family Guy content just to tease dataminers. Doom is still pretty feasible, though.

Rumours have also suggested that a Star Wars season is coming to Fortnite. This hasn't been corroborated by any prominent leakers, although ShiinaBR did comment on the rumour, saying, "Chapter 3 – Season 3 will not be a Star Wars season."

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