How to Get Todoroki’s Ice Wall Fortnite

If you are not sure how to get Todoroki’s Ice Wall in Fortnite, we will explain all you need to know. The Fortnite V26.10 Update is now live across all platforms. Today’s update marks the return of My Hero Academia content. In this guide, we will provide information on where to find Shoto Todoroki’s legendary Heaven-Piercing Ice Wall.

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How to Get Todoroki’s Ice Wall Fortnite

Where to Find Todoroki’s Ice Wall Location in Fortnite V26.10 Update

To celebrate the start of the new school year, Epic Games has decided to return the popular My Hero Academia content to the battle royale. However, that doesn’t mean that we’re getting some old content! Shoto Todoroki, Eijiro Kirishima, and Mina Ashido are making their Item Shop debut! In addition, players will be able to have some fun with Shoto Todoroki’s legendary ultimate move. We are, of course, talking about the Heaven-Piercing Ice Wall. However, how can one get this awesome new toy to play with in Fortnite? All you need to do is to find Todoroki’s Ice Wall item, and you will get the ability to summon it at will. Here’s where you can grab this item:

  • You can find it from the ground randomly.
  • Inside both regular and rage chests.
  • From the unique All Might Supply Drops, which make their return with this update.

So there you have it, a rather easy weapon to obtain. Once you have Todoroki’s Ice Wall, you’ll find the wall to be a quite useful addition to your arsenal. “While the Ice Wall boasts enormous defense capabilities, it’s plenty useful when attacking too,” reads the official blog post. “Drop one in the midst of a brawl and watch as everyone is knocked back with icy feet, causing them to slip and slide around.” Todoroki’s Ice Wall will be available in Fortnite for the rest of the current season. Have fun with it!

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