Fortnite has introduced portals and other devices of teleportation to the game all the way through its history. The concept art shared this week on Twitter revealed that at a time, portals that seemed to be inspired by the actual game Portal would have turned Fortnite into Splitgate before Splitgate was almost real.
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That is not technically true. The first time Splitgate accessed the console in 2019, but it didn’t start to get used to it, especially last year. That timeline can be the reason why the Fornite concept art below never became a reality. Blue and orange portals created by Epic concept artist Brelan Gale and shared with FN News.
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There have been rifts in Fortnite with which players can disappear and then reappear in the sky, and there were also portals with which other dimensions could be seen, these portals are a bit different. It seems as if they could have travelled to other areas on the map, though that is not specific anywhere in the art or the tweet. In Splitgate, and, of course, Portal.
The concept art appears to have been drawn up just after Fortnite’s Marvel season. Oranges give a strong MCU vibe, resembling the portals Wong and Dr. Strange conjure to get around. Strange didn’t come back in Fortnite for a long time after the portals were started, and there is still no Wong skin. Perhaps that was a problem at the time.
Since Splitgate became early access, and Fortnite’s portals look much like Portal’s portals, this could explain why the above art was never introduced to the game. Again, we’ll add them one day in a different way. If that’s a Splitgate project, then it’s going to have to happen soon. Last week 1047 Games revealed that Splitgate will begin with the final development so the studio may focus on its next project.