My Hero Academia Fortnite island codes listed

Fortnite’s latest anime crossover, My Hero Academia, has arrived in the game, bringing a brand new creative island for players to explore.

Crunchyroll has partnered with Epic Games to bring My Hero Academia to Fortnite. Similar to Fortnite’s previous anime collaborations, Naruto and Dragon Ball players will be able to try out the new My Hero Academia gameplay in Fortnite Battle Royale and Zero Build.

Players can use Deku’s Smash out in the field and collect resources from All Might Supply Drops. Built by development team Zen Creative, players can choose from one of three classes to go head-to-head in team-vs-team combat on the new Hero Training Gym island.

So how do you get to the My Hero Academia themed island?

To access the Hero Training Hall creative island, players must select the Hero Training Hall tile on the Discover screen or enter the island code: 6917-7775-5190.

Throughout the Hero Training Gym, players collect rescue points from eliminations or by conquering rescue zones that periodically appear in the arena. Players who are eliminated gain a save point for their team. If a player can keep their allotted time in a rescue zone, they will get five rescue points for their team. The first team to collect 100 rescue points wins.

Players can earn additional cosmetics in the Hero Training Gym.

Players can earn additional cosmetics in the Hero Training Gym. / Epic games

Players can also earn some additional in-game cosmetics by completing quests in the Hero Training Hall. Complete the quests before December 29th, 2022 at 19:00 ET to unlock XP and special items:

Complete a total of eight My Hero Academia missions to earn the UA Cape Back Bling.

Want to know which My Hero Academia skins have been added to the Fortnite Item Shop? Check out our guide. My Hero Academia Fortnite island codes listed

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