Fortnite’s Jujutsu Kaisen Collab Will Run Until August 25

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The Fortnite and Jujutsu Kaisen collaboration “Break the Curse” is now live until August 25 at 2 AM ET. A new trailer previewing some of the collab’s contents has been released.

“Break the Curse,” which arrived as part of the battle royale game’s v25.30 patch, adds Cursed Llamas to the Island that will drop cursed techniques when broken: Nobara Kugisaki’s The Straw Doll Technique and Gojo Satoru’s Hollow Technique: Purple. There are also Break the Curse! Quests — divided into Grade 4, Grade 3, Grade 2, Grade 1, and Special Grade — that will reward players with Cursed Energy that contribute to the unlocking of in-game rewards.

There are 11 rewards, including the Shadow Play: Toad Emote, which are available as part of a free reward track. A Premium Reward Track upgrade worth 1,000 V-Bucks can be purchased for another 11 unlockable rewards. Purchasing the upgrade also rewards the player with the Streetwear Yuji Itadori Outfit.

Players can also unlock a Nue Glider by obtaining five tokens; one token is granted for completing a certain number of quests of the same grade. Only Grade 4 quests are available at the time of writing. Grade 3 and Grade 2 quests will kick off on August 10 and August 15 at 9 AM ET, respectively, while the Grade 1 and Special Grade content will go live on August 17 at 9 AM ET.

Epic Games says that the reward items and Nue Glider “may” become available in the Item Shop after the collaboration event’s conclusion.

Other “Break the Curse” content include Megumi Fushiguro, Nobara, and Satoru Outfits and a Duos Zero Build tournament called the Jujutsu Kaisen Cup. The rewards for the cup include the Good Boy Kon Emoticon, Gojo’s Eye Emoticon, and Yuji’s Training Spray.

Information on the Jujutsu Kaisen Cup’s format and reward unlock requirements can be found on the Fortnite website here.


Source: Fortnite website

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