Fortnite x Bad Boys. The character played by Will Smith will soon be in the game

According to the latest reports, another well-known character from the screens of major cinemas – Mike Lowrey – should hit the hit hit from Epic Games today.

Fortnite is a textbook project that shows how to collaborate with other well-known brands in order to benefit from it in the form of player interest. Recently it happened a loud concert by Ariana Grande, and a little later there were reports of cooperation with a well-known animation for adults, popular “Rick & Morty”.

According to the latest leak, the game will now feature a character model that is known to a wide audience – not only players. I’m talking about Mike Lowrey. And if this name doesn’t tell you much, it should be mentioned that it is the name of the protagonist who was played by Will Smith for the needs of all previous editions of the famous “Bad Boys” movies. Needless to say, more.

The character model is expected to be available today, so it’s definitely worth the wait. And if you’re still playing Fortnite and you love 90s Hollywood cinema, it’s definitely worth spending some money on buying it. If you are interested as you can have a look at Mike’s visual appearance in the game. Everything is preserved, of course, in the cartoon style of the titlebut looks pretty good:

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