Fortnite is no stranger to collaborations, because over the last year we've seen so many different fusions come into the game that whatever genre or form of media you're a fan of has likely been implanted in Fortnite in one way or another. Considering this, it's no wonder that such a large community as the anime has been incorporated into the game as well.
Naruto is one of the most popular franchises in anime history, so it's no surprise that it's a perfect fit for its cartoonish style to slip into the Fortnite universe. There are tons of secrets to uncover with Naruto's integration and part of that can be found by completing quests from some of the series' most iconic characters. One of the biggest secrets is getting to the iconic Naruto Leaf Village and here's how to find it in Fortnite.
Things are quite easy for you here as you just need to enter the Creative Hub and you will be immersed in the world of Naruto. Once inside, you will find Naruto in front of the Hokage residence, and from there you will be transported to the Hidden Leaf Village Adventure map.
This area gives you full access to the world of Naruto and iconic locations from the series will be available to visit and there are also tons of secrets to unlock. Quests will be given by Naruto, Sasuke, Sakura and Kakashi who are scattered around the village, and completing these quests will unlock even more locations.
In the discovery tab, just go to "Creative" and you will be whisked away to an anime paradise.
Fortnite has proven to be not only the best of collaborations in gaming, but also the most varied, and from update to update you can see everything from Marvel characters to Arianna Grande and now... iconic anime characters. There's really no limit to what you can add to Fortnite because there's really no limit to who or what can be added to this game. If you can imagine a collaboration for this game, it's probably been done or is probably in progress.
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