Epic Games is kicking off two weeks of Star Wars celebrations in Fortnite

In the past, Epic Games has led various collaborations with Fortnite and Star Wars. This includes cosmetics in the Battle Pass and in-game shop, as well as the company displaying exclusive videos from Star Wars movies and more. Now, the world of Fortnite and Star Wars is set to collide again for another “May” celebration. It will re-introduce Star Wars weapons and cosmetics, and offers new challenges that allow you to undergo Stormtrooper training.

It wouldn’t be “May 4th” without the classics Star Wars weapon. You’ll be able to get your hands on a variety of lights during the celebration, such as those owned by Luke Skywalker, Kylo Ren, Mace Windu, and Obi-Wan Kenobi. In addition to the lights, you can also not miss the E-11 Blaster Rifle. You may come across weapons when you are searching for chests. However, to secure yourself one, go to a Stormtrooper checkpoint and exchange some gold bars for rifles.

Take on the Stormtrooper quests in Fortnite

In Star Wars celebration in Fortnite, You will have a chance to complete some quests. The missions include confiscating a speed tank and Jedi contraband – in other words, a vehicle and a lightsaber. You have until May 17 to complete them and earn XP for each mission. Doing five quests will earn you the Empire Banner.

The Item Shop will also be filled with each Non-Battle Pass Star Wars the costume was in Fortnite before. This includes the Imperial Stormtrooper, Boba Fett, Kylo Ren and many more. If you miss any Star Wars cosmetics in the past, now you have the opportunity to get all the equipment you need to participate in the festivities. Fortnite will celebrate Star Wars for almost two weeks, so you’ll have enough time to start taking action.

Fortnite Star Wars Cosmetics

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Zack Zwiezen

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