Wolverine returns to Fortnite as Wolverine Zero to celebrate the latest Fortnite Crew offering in August 2022.

Marvel and Epic Games have worked closely together over the bulk of Fortnite’s history. In fact, the game’s first ground-breaking collaboration occurred as a cross-promotion with Avengers: Infinity War. Since then, we’ve seen multiple iterations of several Marvel heroes and villains in Fortnite. Today, Epic Games announced Wolverine of the X-Men would once again become a skin in the game — this time as Wolverine Zero. 

He joins Fortnite via the monthly Fortnite Crew subscription, which launches the Wolverine Zero skin later this month. If you missed out on Wolverine in Chapter 2 – Season 4, this is your chance to secure Weapon X again. 

Wolverine Zero arrives July 31

On July 31, Fortnite Crew subscribers will receive the Wolverine Zero skin and several additional items. This version of the character comes directly from the Fortnite x Marvel: Zero War comic. As a result, it’s a unique take on the X-Men leader, but you’ll undoubtedly recognize him. 

Wolverine Zero enters Fortnite with the usual Fortnite Crew offerings, such as a back bling, pickaxe, and loading screen. 

Here’s a look at the skins and a list of what’s included:

Wolverine Zero Fortnite Crew
  • Wolverine Zero Outfit
  • Muramasa Blade Back Bling/Pickaxe
  • Best Fight You Ever Had Loading Screen

Additional Fortnite Crew rewards for August

Exclusive No Sweat Summer back bling
What is Fortnite Crew?

Fortnite Crew is the monthly subscription service offered by Epic Games. Players who enlist for $11.99 USD receive each monthly cosmetic set, the Battle Pass, and 1,000 V-Bucks. 

Moreover, as a bonus this month, Crew members can secure an exclusive No Sweat Summer back bling. Also, those who subscribe to Fortnite Crew before July 31 can unlock the Phaedra skin before it leaves, potentially forever. 

The service renews monthly for $11.99 until you decide to cancel it. You can learn more about Wolverine Zero and Fortnite Crew by heading to Fortnite’s website

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Matthew "MJP" Pryor

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Matt “MJP” Pryor began following esports in 2008 when Halo 3 was on top of the world. He is now a Fortnite fanatic who has watched the game’s casual and competitive development since the 2019 Fortnite World Cup. Matt plays the game often while reporting on everything from skin collaborations to tournaments and everything in between.