Fortnite is getting a Junji Ito Maniac Horror Injection, adding five terrifying maps to Creative

After the release of the recent Japanese horror adaptation Junji Ito Maniac: Japanese Tales of the Macabre on Netflix, Neighbor Metaverse Studios has developed a series of Ito-inspired Fortnite maps that allow players to experience the best scares of both worlds.

The Island Creative Code was made available yesterday and received the seal of approval from Studio Deen’s dedicated social media account for the Netflix show. The cards relate directly to five spooky stories featured in the show: Hanging Balloon, Tomie Photo, Soichi’s beloved pet, Tomb Town, and Headless Statue. The maps are designed to be experienced one at a time, much like a virtual haunted house featured in Junji Ito Maniac’s official YouTube trailer, complete with intense visuals pulled straight from the mind of the famous mangaka.

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While not an official collaboration with Epic Games, the horror maps are certainly a treat for those looking for a little more horror in their Fortnite content, especially if they missed last year’s Fortnitemares event. Don’t expect Junji Ito cosmetics either – you’ll have to settle for the spooky skins currently available.

The Netflix series, which premiered last month, features 20 works by Ito, “packed with his original worldview and intriguing characters drawn in his stunning style,” and promised to fully immerse viewers in Junji Ito’s demented charm. It looks like only the best of the best have been chosen for Fortnite, with fan-favorite stories from Tomie and Soichi making the cut, so we’re hoping more studios see the value of gaming collaborations like this and allow Fortnite to come more to offer fans of the darker side of life. Fortnite is getting a Junji Ito Maniac Horror Injection, adding five terrifying maps to Creative

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