Fortnite players have been getting plenty of hints about the game’s upcoming Galactus event. The Nexus War is set to go out with a spectacular fight against one of the biggest enemies in both Marvel and Fortnite history. In fact, players have already been given a glimpse of the size of the Devourer of Worlds. But how big is Galactus really?
Fortnite Nexus War | How big is Galactus?
Galactus is by far the biggest character to ever land in Fortnite. He’s absolutely enormous — likely three times or more bigger than Travis Scott was during his famous in-game performance. Early views of his head rising from the water show that his helmet alone is almost as big as the island.
Of course, we don’t have any indication of his true size just yet. At the time of writing, the Nexus War finale has yet to begin. However, there are numerous reports and leaks stating that he’s likely several hundreds time bigger than basic in-game characters.
Data miners who have looked through the Nexus War game files have discovered the size of Galactus based around the size of the update data. When Travis Scott came to Fortnite, his files clocked in at around 500 megabytes. By comparison, the Galactus event files are over three gigabytes.
Fortnite streamer Koooooomar looked at the available data and created his own render of how big Galactus could be during the event. Check it out in the tweet below.
Luckily, my animated 360 degree render of Galactus towering over the @FortniteGame finished early enough today to share!
LETS TAKE HIM DOWN! pic.twitter.com/ygnKmVRPo1
— Koooooomar (@koooooomar) December 1, 2020
Still, we won’t know the full scope of just how big Galactus is until the event goes live. Thankfully, we won’t have to wait long to find out, as the Nexus War finale is set to kick off in just a few moments. Jump in game to see the action for yourself, and be sure to read up on how long the Galactus event is set to last.