How to get Kamehameha in Fortnite

Too much power.

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It’s time for Dragon Ball and Fortnite to join forces, bringing us all manner of new challenges and ways to entertain ourselves on the island. One of them is the Kamehameha, and if you want to finish up some of the Dragon Ball challenges, then you will need to know how to get your hands on this power.

For those not in the know, the Kamehameha is a powerful energy attack that characters in the Dragon Ball series can use to devastating effect. The good news is that you can also use it.

How to get the Kamehameha

The Kamehameha is actually a Mythic item in the game, and it will drop onto the map randomly during a match. It is best to think of it as similar to the Thanos Gauntlet when he invaded Fortnite. The Kamehameha will arrive in Capsule Corp drops that can arrive on the map in different places during a game. They will fall from the sky in a similar fashion to Supply Drops and will also be marked on the map. This will make the areas they drop very dangerous, so be careful when searching for them. You can see the capsules on the map above.

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You can also purchase a Kamehameha from Bulma at Kame House. Kame House can be found on a small island to the east of the now destroyed statue of The Foundation. It will cost 250 Gold Bars to buy the Kamehameha from Bulma.

The Kamehameha will launch a devasting energy beam attack at your enemies and is capable of taking out multiple enemies in one blast if you use it correctly.

Kamehameha Stats

  • Damage: 100 on impact and 40 per second
  • Structure Damage: 240 on impact and 240 per second
  • Charge Duration: 1.2 seconds
  • Beam Duration: 3
  • Cooldown: 15 seconds

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Aidan has been playing games for over three decades and has been writing about them for about five years. When not getting stomped on by the creations of Hidetaka Miyazaki he enjoys spending too much time in Warframe, Destiny 2, and any ARPG with a solid grind. When not writing, he is doing inexplicable behind-the-scenes magic.