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Fortnite is known for its collaborations with movies, tv shows, internet personalities, and even other video games. But which of them can be deemed the best Fortnite collaborations ever.

Fortnite started its crossovers small with a skin that somewhat resembled John Wick in Chapter 1 Season 3. This unofficial collab marked the beginning of Fortnite’s rise to prominence in the pop culture. The knock-off John Wick would later be followed up by an official crossover with the franchise, but not before a few other collabs.

Since its humble beginnings in 2017, Fortnite has amassed millions of players and has managed to collaborate with some of the largest pop-culture IPs. From Halo’s Master Chief to the Rick Roll dance, it seems that no crossover is off limits. Yet, some crossovers are much more elaborate, memorable, and impactful than others.

Avengers: Infinity War LTM

The first official crossover to grace Fortnite was the Avengers: Infinity War event. This collab brought the Infinity Gauntlet LTM which allowed one person to play as Thanos. It functioned like a normal round of Fortnite, except for one person having an overpowered arsenal of attacks and a ton of health.

This crossover was fairly elaborate, especially for being Fortnite’s first one. However, it claims a spot on this list because of its overall impact. Sure, it was a ton of fun to jump around the map as Thanos. But this single event started a trend of legendary crossovers with other media franchises.

Batman Season X POI

At the end of Chapter 1, Fortnite Season x introduced Gotham City as a POI. This took the place of Tilted Towers but was roughly designed the same. However, players could find Batman-themed loot here such as throwing stars and grappling hooks. It also introduced the first-ever DC cosmetics.

This crossover, along with the Borderlands collab, introduced the idea of licensed POIs. Building off of this concept, the Marvel crossover season littered the map with Marvel locations. It…