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Fortnite might bring Klombo back, according to recent leaks

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Since its launch in 2017, Fortnite is one of the most famous battle royale games. The game has garnered an active and thriving fan base because of its timely collaborations and regular content updates. Every new season on Fortnite has a theme, introducing players to a new storyline and a new battle pass. According to some recent leaks, Klombo might be returning to Fortnite.

Who is Klombo in Fortnite

Fortnite has introduced many characters to the game, while most of them are human, some wildlife creatures and monsters have also made their way to the game. Klombo was first introduced to the game in Chapter 3 of Season 1.

Fortnite Klombo
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Klombo is a creature similar to a dinosaur that wandered the map and would eat items that the players fed and give the players something in return. Although players could not kill Klombo, it was possible to send the creature into a safe mode for 30 seconds by attacking it.

Recent leaks suggest Fortnite is working to bring back Klombo with modifications

According to prominent Fortnite leaker HYPEX, Epic Games is bringing Klombo back to Fortnite with a twist. On the return of Klombo, players will be able to kill the creature during matches. The leaks also suggest that Klombo will be able to drop 15 different types of loot ranging from ammo, materials, consumables, and possibly even weapons. However, there is no information if the creature will be primarily hostile towards players or if they’ll continue to roam around until they’re attacked first.

Leakers also found out about new meat which is also connected to Klombo and is called NPC Meat. Currently, there is no information about what the meat will do, but debates have already started in the community. The majority of the people say that the meat will give players a buff when consumed.

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