How to Get Deku’s Smash in Fortnite

Time to go Plus Ultra (even more)

Fortnite is no stranger to collaborations, and the My Hero Academia collab is just another in an extensive list. With the My Hero crossover, players can pick up skins repping some of their favorite classmates of Class 1-A. Outside of that, a new item appears on the Fortnite map. Here’s how to get Deku’s Smash in Fortnite.

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How to Get Deku’s Smash in Fortnite

Deku’s Smash is a powerful Mythic item in Fortnite that allows players to harness the power of young Midoriya and quite literally smash their opponents. You’ll need to find specially marked Supply Drops throughout a match to get this item. You’ll know you’ve found the right one because it’s a giant All Might Balloon. Seriously, you can’t miss it.

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Once you open the supply drop, you’ll find the Deku’s Smash item inside. It has a long wind-up time, and you only have three uses of it. So make sure you’re using it in the right scenarios and not leaving yourself vulnerable to being attacked in the open.

The supply drops are random, so there isn’t a consistent way to get one every time; you’ll need to check out the map for the All Might icons when they land. You’ll see All Might flexing as a giant balloon; it’s pretty unmissable.

Once you have it in your inventory, please wait for the perfect opportunity to catch your opponents by surprise and go Plus Ultra on them.

That’s everything you need to know about how to get Deku’s Smash in Fortnite. Prima Games has plenty of valuable tips, tricks, and guides, to help you survive Fortnite’s island with its new guests. Pick up the My Hero Academia Skins if you haven’t yet; they are in the shop for a limited time.

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