Fortnite Season 6 is set to be a good one in terms of content and story. Recently, players have been noticing certain likenesses between teaser content and Rambo and believe there may be a collaboration on the way.

The current season is based on the “hunters” theme and we’re expecting Jonesy to be recruiting more and more hunters throughout the season. Lara Croft is one of the Battle Pass skins and if there is anyone who can fit the “hunter” role it’s Rambo.

Will we see Rambo in Fortnite Season 6?

It’s hard to say for definite whether Rambo will make it into the world of Fortnite. There’s not much to go on apart from the subtle hints. The main one which sparked this fan theory being Jonesy similarly tying his headband to Rambo in the movie First Blood.

If you’ve seen Rambo movies you’ll know that he mainly uses a bow and arrows frequently to take on the enemy and with the addition of craftable bow and arrows this season it seems all lights point to yes.

Epic Games have made no official comment on such collaboration happening but, given there’s more that one farfetched clue it may be on the cards.

Season 6 of Fortnite is called Primal, which has introduced wildlife, and vegetation encouraging guerilla warfare. Rambo is arguably the king of guerilla warfare which is what fans believe to be another hint Rambo is coming to Fortnite.

We couldn’t agree more with this Rambo emote. He would fit in perfectly with the Fortnite Season 6 Primal theme and we certainly hope to see him added soon.

As of yet, there isn’t all that much hype around the collaboration but it is welcomed by those that have heard it. Would you like to see John Rambo tearing up the Fortnite scene?

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