Thanks to a new update, Fortnite players will be able to drive a Rocket League car. But not only.
A speedster and Rocket League quests in Fortnite
Expert in the art of organizing temporary events to reengage its community, Fortnite was looking for a new ally. This time, the battle royale called on… Rocket League. From now until December 3 at 4 p.m., you can play and perform stunts with the Octane car.
Octane is one of a kind in Fortnite. This rocket-powered car can reach supersonic speeds, climb walls and even fly! In the air, the Octane can perform stunts like double jumps and dodges to quickly traverse terrain. With a little practice, these techniques will allow you to take advantage of entire sections. Use your turbo wisely!
The speedster also adds High Octane quests in Battle Royale, Zero Build modes, and on islands in the High Octane row, to earn XP and get new items in Fortnite. Depending on the number of missions completed, the rewards will not be the same.
- Completed two High Octane quests: Skateboard Back Bling Air Assist style (and Skateboard Back Bling), Mid-Air Shot emote
- Four High Octane missions completed: the Beach umbrella style of the Skateboard back accessory, the Shot d’Octane aerosol
- Completed Six High Octane Quests: The Rocket Style Skateboard Back Bling
- Eight High Octane Missions Completed: Fifty-Fifty Style Skateboard Back Bling, Decisive Victory Pickaxe
Bonuses that do not only apply to Fortnite since by completing eight tasks, you will have these objects in Rocket League and Sideswipe: Whiplash car and wheels, Flames, Bands, Wings and Lightning stickers.
A new Rocket League island
Another novelty of this crossover: the island Rocketeer Ruins. It will be up to you to maneuver well, put the turbo on and fly to the objective to seize it.