Published: Sun, May 13, 2018
Medical | By Bryan Strickland

It Turns Out Thanos Is A Bit Too Powerful In Fortnite

It Turns Out Thanos Is A Bit Too Powerful In Fortnite

Epic Games is updating Fortnite again to make changes to the limited-time Avengers: Infinity War mode, Infinity Gauntlet, which features the mega-powerful Thanos. Find the Infinity Gauntlet, and you turn into Thanos, who just so happens to have a huge pool of health and shield and some formidable attacks to boot. I'd say it takes the fun away from playing as him, but it's still exciting when you get the Infinity Gauntlet and drop in. The first to equip the Gauntlet will transform into the mighty Thanos and wield the Gauntlet's power!

Check out the trailer below.

After owning earth's mightiest heroes in Avengers: Infinity Wars, Thanos is ready to take over the world of Fortnite.

Although I do not play Fortnite, I have learned one thing recently about video games. After, the big purple fella is capable of wiping out half the universe by literally clicking his fingers, so you'd kind of expect him to be, right?

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Why exactly did we get a Thanos cross-over in Epic Game's Fortnite?

The tie-up has manifested in a brand new mode known as the Infinity Gauntlet. Basically, if you've ever wanted to see Thanos do the Carlton dance from The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air, this is your chance. In this gamer's completely unfounded opinion, they brought out the nerf hammer a little too soon this time.

An alternate strategy is to try your luck and land as early as possible, then hopefully grab the Infinity Gauntlet when it lands close to you. He does get a slight boost in terms of his punch damage (80 to 100) and his beam damage (12 to 20), but that health decrease is pretty massive.

More importantly though, we want you to know what you can expect when it finally does arrive.

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