Dragon Balls Kamehameha has destroyed my Fortnite foes, leaving me unable to go back

Dragon Balls Kamehameha has destroyed my Fortnite foes, leaving me unable to go back ...

The new Dragon Ball Super event in Fortnite is fantastic.

Bulma and Goku are now playable characters, and it's great to watch Goku hit the Griddy in the sky. One of these changes changes the gameplay. Players can now collect items that allow them to wield a Nimbus Cloud through the sky and perform a Kamehameha, Goku's legendary giant laser ability.

Imagine youre walking from Logjam Lotus's snow-filled paths toward the greener hills surrounding a nearby town. After chugging down a plentiful supply of Chug Splash, youve just climbed a hill and everything seems to be fine... until you hear an odd scream in the distance.


Next thing you know, a Death Star-level laser descends from the sky and sets a whole field on fire, killing several players.

The Kamehameha is part of a new set of items introduced during the Dragon Ball Super event. These are marked on the map with Capsule Corp drop icons, and each item is its own item. (You can read our guide here.)

The Kamehameha looks like a glowing orb when you pick it up, which allows you to unleash a massive laser of death three times.

To say the least, getting Kamehamehad is horrifying, and it is the finest new way to be bullied by random 11-year-olds who are playing the game. Here's a video of it in action.

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Here's Goku attempting to use the attack.

goku gets a dub with the kamehameha and hits the griddy #Fortnite pic.twitter.com/YscAsZ27s9

People have said that the laser is overpowered, and it is quite the opposite. When used in combination with the Nimbus Cloud, you may fly high into the sky, and then launch the laser at will from any point suspended in the air. The beam hits a significant surface area, and it does not need to be aimed all that precisely.

When you do hit someone, it's pretty much an insta-kill. There's nothing quite like seeing your foe's health glowing as their small 100 number pops up on the battlefield. The whole experience is equal parts bizarre and exciting.

With the Kamehameha pic.twitter.com/bUDmrvFl35, Darth Vader is no match for Venom.

To be vulnerable, waiting for it to charge up does leave you vulnerable, so it isn't like it's impossible to pound someone with it. Others can dodge away or snipe at a player while they're charging up.

In Fortnite, I slashed someone with a Kamehameha midair as Vegeta. WHAT IS THIS GAME LMAOOOOOO? http://twitter.com/O7uLmrdRcn

The Kamehameha is a well-known Dragon Ball technique. Several characters know how to manipulate the energy beam, but it became popular with its protagonist, Goku. Because of the dramatic shouting associated with the power, the Kamehameha has long been the subject of memes and viral videos.

But for the time being, we don't have to imagine what it would be like to pull one off in Fortnite. We can just go and do it in the game.