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​Replica 'Fortnite' Llamas Are Popping Up All Over Europe

​Replica 'Fortnite' Llamas Are Popping Up All Over Europe

Epic Games just won't let us forget Season 5 is around the corner, not even for a second!

To follow on from the Greasy Grove Durr Burger warping into real life, the next Fortnite model to leak into reality has taken the form of everyone's favourite llamas.

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The massive burger mascot was found way over in California, but the loot packed piñatas have been spotted across Europe - more specially England, Spain, Poland, Germany and now France.

Epic have sent their Llamas to some of the biggest cities in these countries, too, such as London and Barcelona. But if you're worried they're not going to be coming to your town, then don't worry - seems like everyone is keeping a look-out just in case.

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They look as if they're as randomly placed as they are within the game, instead of all pointing to a single location, and they've been spotted in taxis, phone booths and people's balconies to name but a few places.

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One lucky llama even got to spend his time at a beach in France, but what these sightings actually mean is unclear at the moment.

We hope they're not just a way of promoting the game, which everyone knows about already, and actually have some sort of real life purpose.

Season 5 begins 12 July, so there is plenty of time for even more in-game models to be spotted throughout the world, including the Motel and Lonely Lodge sign which were also sucked up by rifts.

If Epic happens to be reading this, we think one of your loot llamas would look pretty cool in our office - so don't be shy!

Featured Image Credit: Epic Games

Topics: epic games, fortnite, Entertainment, England, Germany, Spain, Technology, France, Battle Royale, Poland

Matthew McGladdery

Matthew McGladdery graduated with a BA in Broadcast Journalism from Salford University, where he worked at Revolution 96.2, Global Radio, and Fleetwood F.C. When he left university, he took on the role of co-editor for the Salfordian and worked as freelancer for the likes of BBC Sport. He continues to work in sport but loves talking all things Xbox, PS4, and PC just as much.