Fortnite leak reveals another Jujutsu Kaisen collab coming in Chapter 5 Season 2

Rishabh Sabarwal
Fortnite Jujutsu Kaisen Break the Curse! event

The latest Fortnite leak hints at a second wave of Jujutsu Kaisen anime coming to Chapter 5 Season 2. Here’s all you need to know about it.

Anime collaborations in Fortnite have proved extremely popular with both genre fans and Battle Royale players. These crossovers have resulted in a slew of cosmetic items inspired by legendary anime characters, as well as a questline that puts players in their shoes for a more immersive gaming experience.

DragonBall Z, Naruto, Jujutsu Kaisen, Attack on Titan, and My Hero Academia are among the franchises that have released in Fortnite, each with their own quest-related event, Mythic weapons, cosmetic items, and anime characters appearing as NPCs.

Fortnite x Jujutsu Kaisen Mythics
The Jujutsu Kaisen crossover brought two Mythic items in Fortnite.

Among them, Jujutsu Kaisen was one of the most popular, with players having to complete a mini-event pass to obtain cosmetic rewards in Chapter 4.

A new Fortnite leak has revealed that another wave of Jujutsu Kaisen collaborations will be released shortly in Fortnite, this time in Chapter 5 Season 2. Here is further information about the leak.

Fortnite leak shows new incoming Jujutsu Kaisen collab

According to well-known data miner HYPEX, a wave 2 of Jujutsu Kaisen crossover might be dropping in Fortnite Chapter 5 Season 2 as Epic is working on a new JJK Cup for the upcoming season. The leaker also stated that Fortnite usually does this if there’s a new collab or wave of items in the works and is set to release soon.

Similarly back in Chapter 4 Season 3 players were able to compete in a Jujutsu Kaisen cup to win free cosmetic rewards ahead of the Item Shop collab release. Upon looking at the trusted leak several fans of the anime turned in their enthusiastic comments.

One such fan said, “I’m very curious who they will add, maybe Sukuna and Toji?” Another chimed in, “I want to see Sukuna, Todo, Yuta, Toji, and Geto.”

A third user commented, “Lmao. They come out with a wave 2 but can’t even come out with One Piece.” A fourth one wrote, “I hope not! Every time they add an anime collab they add annoying things too that kill you almost instantly.”

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Rishabh is a Games Writer at Dexerto. He's our Fortnite expert and knows all there is about the Looped Island and the Zero Point. He comes with an experience in films and storytelling in India and has past experience covering Roblox, Fortnite and PlayStation titles for reputed publications. You can contact Rishabh at: