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Fortnite Built Destinys Javelin-4 ONLY USING Assets From the overall game

From Spider-Man swinging over the map to players using Dragon Ball Z’s famous Kamehameha attack, Fortnite’s collaborations have only gotten more elaborate through the years. Witness Fortnite’s recent collaboration with Destiny, with a full-blow recreation of the famous Javelin-4 map from the game’s Crucible mode.

In a brand-new interview that you could see above, IGN was presented with a tour of Fortnite’s version of the Javelin-4 map, that was meticulously recreated within the Fortnites Creative toolset. In accordance with Bungie lead concept artist Dima Goryainov, the map was built entirely with existing assets from Fortnite.

“The creation of Javelin-4 was a collaborative process between Bungie and Team PWR. Bungie provided visual guidance, while Team PWR reconstructed the complete map using Fortnites Creative Toolset. They did an incredible job to find creative methods to use existing assets to be able to closely recreate this iconic map,” Goryainov explains. “Since no new assets could possibly be built, there have been some visual changes to the map in areas where Team PWR had to utilize the closest pieces they might find. Despite the fact that everything was made using existing models, the entire appear and feel was captured incredibly well.”

Destiny 2: Lightfall Screenshots

The effect is really a remarkably faithful adaptation of the initial map. The collaboration also goes as far as to add Destiny’s three iconic character classes Titan, Warlock, and Hunter and familiar weapons and abilities from the overall game.

Destiny’s collaborations with Fortnite and Fall Guys were first announced on August 23, where these were revealed alongside the new Lightfall expansion. Fortnite’s Drift, Black Knight, and Oblivion skins were repurposed in Destiny as new Guardians, while Destiny 2’s brought over Commander Zavala, Ikora Rey, and Exo Stranger. The cross-pollination is notable because Fortnite hardly ever goes another way.

For Destiny, it is a new frontier for Bungie’s now-classic service game since it celebrates its fifth anniversary.

“Our goal is usually to create exciting visuals that enable our players expressing themselves through their Guardians, and we have been always searching for new methods to support that objective,” says Bungie art lead Josh Deeb. “A proven way is by celebrating these beloved characters by reimagining their iconic looks through the visual lens of Destiny. It really is a thrilling challenge for the artists to generate ornaments that capture the essence of your skin or character, but additionally feel authentic to your players and world.”

The collaboration can be acquired to play in Fortnite at this time.

Kat Bailey is really a Senior News Editor at IGN in addition to co-host of Nintendo Voice Chat. Have a tip? Send her a DM at @the_katbot.

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