Star Wars’ Luke Skywalker could drop into Fortnite soon

Details found in a Fortnite datamin suggest that Star Wars’ Luke Skywalker is set to land on the island soon.

Fortnite has hosted Star Wars-related content updates in the past. One such update went live just last month, just in time for Star Wars Day, and reintroduced several lightsabers and non-Battle Pass outfits.

The 10/21 update that Epic Games released on June 21st added Darth Vader, allowing players to face off against the Sith Lord for a chance to wield his lightsaber.

Recent rumors claimed such Han Solo, Leia Organa, and Luke Skywalker would also come into play by 2023. Now, another noteworthy piece of information has surfaced that partially supports the claim.

Luke Skywalker could be coming to Fortnite

luke skywalker fortnite datamine leak Is Luke Skywalker coming to the Epic game as an NPC?

According to the leaker FNBRintelFortnite’s 21.20 patch added a lightsaber for Luke with the codename “NPC” appended.

FNBRintel anticipates that if Luke Skywalker joins the fun as a non-playable character, he will fulfill the same function as Darth Vader.

As such, the fan-favorite character could appear as a boss that users must fight to earn his lightsaber.

At the time of writing, Epic Games hasn’t even given a hint that Luke Skywalker is joining the battle royale in any way.

The studio’s continued silence on the rumored Star Wars update means there’s no official word on when Fortnite players can expect the rumored Luke Skywalker content to become available.

For now, Epic Games remains focused on releasing another major crossover event – Naruto Rivals.

The Naruto Shippuden themed content goes live on Thursday, June 23rd and adds four beloved members of Team 7 to the game – Gaara, Hinata Hyuga, Itachi Uchiha and Orochimaru.

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