Custom made Fortnite Battle Bus Found abandoned on the roads of Egypt

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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Credit: Youssef Selim Twitter page

A Fortnite Battle Bus has been spotted on the roads of Egypt recently and it seems to be abandoned.

Fortnite is a popular battle royale game where 100 players are dropped into a map and the last man standing wins. Players need to find weapons after touching the ground and fight each other to get the Victory Royale. Players are dropped off into the Fortnite map using the iconic Battle Bus.

Other battle royale games like PUBG, Call of Duty: Warzone uses a plane to transport the players to the battle royale map. Fortnite is different in this regard as it uses a blue bus with yellow wheels and a big balloon on top as the transport of choice.

The Battle Bus in Fortnite recently got a lot of attention before the Fortnite Galactus event. Iron Man upgraded the Fortnite Battle Bus with wings and thrusters to use in the fight against Galactus. Players were able to drive the Battle Bus to fight Galactus and ultimately succeeded in defeating him. So the Battle Bus has significant importance in the Fortnite community both lore-wise and gameplay-wise.

Recently the Fortnite Battle Bus has apparently been found in Egypt.

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Fortnite Battle Bus in Egypt:

A Twitter user called Youssef Selim recently posted a video of the Fortnite Battle Bus he found in Egypt on his Twitter account. In the video, we can see a blue bus parked on the side of the road. The blue bus also has the iconic yellow and black front wheels similar to the Fortnite Battle Bus.

In the pictures above we can see the front and back view of the Battle Bus found in Egypt. The bus apparently also has “BATTLE BUS” written at the front. So it might indeed be the iconic Fortnite Battle Bus.

The battle bus however seems abandoned and covered in dust. According to SexyNutella on twitter the battle bus was apparently custom made for a gaming event back in July 2019 and has since been abandoned.

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.