The Matrix is one of the most influential movies of all-time, even if you exclud the series. When Neo takes the red pill, he is free from the enslaving control of the machine-generated dream world, where he discovers the real world. If Neo took the blue pill, he would not know about so much hidden knowledge.
According to HYPEX (a popular Fortnite leaker) Fortnite x The Matrix Crossover is planned for the second half of December. Now, you simply cannot add The Matrix in a video game without adding the slow-motion effects, but we will just see what Fortnite does. In a video game, other fictional characters that you would not expect to cross paths, can shoot and blow each other up.
It makes sense that that the Fortnite x The Matrix Crossover will be to tie in with the release of the next movie, Matrix Resurrections, releasing in December 24, 2021. The collaboration will include skins based on Keanu Reeves’ Neo and Carrie-Anne Moss’ Trinity.
This would not be the first time that Keanu Reeves appeared in Fortnite. Back in 2019, he appeared in Fortnite as the feared and ruthless John Wick (nicknamed Baba Yaga), who is former hitman, coming out of retirement.
It all started when troublemakers broke into his home, stole his vintage car, and killed his dog, Daisy. His time as a master assassin returned. Fortnite collaborating with The Matrix should surely get everyone anticipated on the official release date.
WB Games Montréal Is Working On A Second Project:
WB Games Montréal, the studio that gave us Batman: Arkham Origins and the upcoming Gotham Knights, is working on a second project. The second project (rumored to be a Superman title) will likely be another DC Comics game. Superman games were canceled in the past and quite possibly, there could be a Justice League or Teen Titans game, but you will just have to stay updated for that information.
A Twitter user by the name of James Sigfield spotted the LinkedIn page of Megan Berry (Senior Artist), revealing that she is the art director and co-founder of an unannounced project, that has been in development since at least 2019.