Meanwhile, "Fortnite" players are well acquainted by now with Thanos getting nerfed in the game to give other players (especially the noobs) a chance to wield the Infinity Gauntlet and play as the Mad Titan.
Whoever is able to find and equip the Gauntlet turns into Thanos and gains several powers and an advantage against the remaining players on the map. While the community is all hyped with the latest game mode, there are some who snuck into the third-person shooter's game files to see what they could get. Starting with the 2012 movie The Avengers, the first film that united the superhero squad in preparation for the more recent Avengers: Infinity War, Reddit user IsaacDaKing edited Thanos into one of the most iconic scenes from the movie. It's not just Thanos alone.
I've played a few rounds of Fortnite's Infinity Gauntlet mode myself, and I've devised a deep survival strategy.
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Eurogamer who reported on this news, has also said that feedback from fans is quite the opposite when compared to the action Epic took. That was Thanos's biggest role in a Marvel film so far, but some players are getting the gist of the film just by hopping into some rounds of Fortnite and bringing along a bag of popcorn.
We're glad they did though, the cross-over is a super fun addition to the game. On the sandbox game, Fortnite of course.
Fans on Fortnite subreddit don't seem happy with the changes made and mostly want Thanos to be buffed in order to represent his real character and show that why he is unstoppable in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The only thing that matters about this Fortnite/Avengers crossover is that we get to see Thanos dance.