World Collide In This Epic Trailer For Marvel Comics' Upcoming Crossover FORTNITE X MARVEL: ZERO WAR

This June, Marvel Comics will combine the Marvel Universe with Fortnite for an event series titled Fortnite x Marvel: Zero War. Now, a new trailer sheds some light on the epic action that will ensue...

Starting June 8, Marvel Comics and Fortnite will deliver another unforgettable interdimensional battle in the pages of Fortnite x Marvel: Zero War #1. The limited series will see writer Christos Gage (Spider-Geddon) team up with Epic Games' Chief Creative Officer, Donald Mustard, and artist Sergio Davíla (Captain Marvel) for an in-continuity saga packed with enormous ramifications for both universes.

The comic's story follows the inhabitants on the Island who are locked in what seems to be a never-ending war, and only one thing has the potential to turn the tide: a crystallized fragment of the Zero Point that was cast into the Marvel Universe. For the first time, fans will witness iconic Fortnite characters adventure alongside heroes such as Spider-Man, Wolverine, Iron Man, and Shuri.

Can these newfound allies find the Zero Shard in time and avert catastrophe? We get a first look at what's to come in a newly released trailer that features never-before-seen artwork from the series.

"[This] is the kind of epic, widescreen, action-packed event that both Marvel and Fortnite fans love," Gage promises. "Getting to work on it with the brilliant Donald Mustard, Sergio Davila, and the rest of our incredible creative team is a dream come true. I get to write a story with dinosaurs, a giant robot, Marvel superheroes, Fortnite characters and Dr. Doom...in adventures that will have a major effect on them all! I've been dreaming of this moment since I first read Contest of Champions!"

As a bonus, each first-print issue of Fortnite x Marvel: Zero War #1 - #5 will contain a free digital code redeemable for a Marvel-themed digital cosmetic in Fortnite. Those include new outfits for Spider-Man, Iron Man, and Wolverine, along with a special loading screen based on the comic book series. 

Check out the trailer below:
 

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