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Fortnite: Everything you need to know about Dragon Ball Adventure Island

Now, cards on the table, calling the game mode “Adventure Island” is a bit of a misnomer. The “island” is divided into five different areas, each themed around a recognizable theme dragonball local and accessible via a Capsule Corp ship and an in-game loading screen.

You have the Capsule Corp Building, Goku’s House, the Hall of Spirit and Time (aka the Hyperbolic Time Chamber), Kami’s Lookout, and Beerus’ Planet. While you can walk around each area and admire the sights (and collect capsules for some XP), you can also complete different missions to earn Dragon Balls.

For example, at Goku’s House, collect Fish, Mushrooms, and Peppers, then use them to craft three recipes and claim a Dragon Ball. On planet Beerus, simply smash rocks with a free Kamehameha to earn your prize. Once you have collected all seven Dragon Balls, Fortnite takes you to summon Shenron and make a wish that will leave you crowned with yellow fire or blue flames.

Even after completing this part of the adventure, there is still plenty to do on Adventure Island. In the resort area, for example, you can jump into the martial arts tournament arena for a little PvP action. And, you can also go to an island in the Dragon Ball Super Episode Festival to stream free episodes of Dragon Ball Super. It feels like a wish come true for dragonball fans, but that wish was made on a monkey’s paw, not Shenron, since these episode festival islands are sinking Dragon Ball Super episodes 9, 10, 11, 13, 81 and 98 on loop.

Fortnite Dragon Ball Z event: When does Adventure Island end?

While the dragonball the crossover event will only last until August 30, the adventure island will remain until September 17 (or at least the episode festival islands). Still, that’s more than enough time to gorge on all the episodes on offer and complete all the missions on the island.