Fortnite official survey reveals Young Kratos skin may finally return in Chapter 5 Season 2

Josh Taylor
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Fortnite’s official survey has uncovered that a fan-favorite classic skin could be finally making the perfect return in Chapter 5 Season 2, but this time with a younger version.

Fortnite Chapter 5 Season 2 is just days away, as players have been eagerly awaiting the upcoming rumored Greek mythology theme.

Epic first officially teased the Greek-theme for Season 2 after deploying the Odyssey NPC at Ruined Reels, complete with her own mysterious dialogue and quests. The Titan Hand and Pandora’s Box chest in-game event has since appeared on the Island, as players from all around the world team up to break it open.

Now, an official Fortnite survey from Epic Games has revealed the iconic Greek god Kratos may finally make his return in Chapter 5 Season 2.

Fortnite survey suggests Kratos may return in Season 2

Trusted Fortnite and leaker ShiinaBR, revealed: “In a new survey, Epic Games mentioned ‘(2005) God of War.’

“These surveys often include upcoming collabs, so if Epic plans to add Young Kratos to Fortnite, there really is no better time than to add him in a Greeky Mythology season.”

Kratos first appeared in Fortnite over three years ago, all the way back in Chapter 2 Season 5. The Greek god of strength and power joined with his own Outfit and various cosmetics inspired by the famous franchise.

He was added just after the release of PlayStation’s God of War Ragnarok and soon became a fan-favorite among the community, who have often called for his return.

Epic Games have not officially confirmed that Kratos will be returning in the form of his younger self ‘Young Kratos.’ However, Epic Games’ Chief Creative Officer and Fortnite loremaster Charlie Wen designed this version of the skin, so there is a high probability it might be released.

With the theme also being rumored to be Greek mythology, it serves as the perfect opportunity. As mentioned by ShiinaBR, Fortnite’s surveys have a habit of asking players about certain collaborations, before ultimately joining the game in the future, so we’ll have to wait and see.

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