How to drive Fortnite’s Battle Bus towards Galactus for Nexus War event

Matt Porter
Fortnite players jumping out of the Battle Bus.

Fortnite players have taken hundreds of journeys on the Battle Bus, and thanks to a glitch involving the upcoming Galactus event, fans of the game can now get behind the wheel and take it for a spin.

This season of Fortnite has been all about superheroes and villains, with Marvel characters taking residence on the island ahead of the attack of the evil Galactus. Determined to destroy the world as we know, the cosmic entity is fast approaching for a final battle that could change the game forever.

Upgrades have been ongoing across the island, with even the Battle Bus receiving a fresh new look and some new tech for this colossal clash, and it appears these changes can now allow players to glitch themselves into the driving seat.

Fortnite's upgraded Battle Bus.

If you’re interested in getting an up-close and personal look at the gigantic Galactus head sticking out of the water, today might be your lucky day. YouTuber Glitch King has discovered a bug that will let you stay inside the Battle Bus long after you should have been ejected.

To do it, you’ll need to be playing any of the limited-time modes featured in the game, and be in a bus that has a natural trajectory towards Galactus. Just as you’re about to be thrown out of the Battle Bus, disconnect and reconnect your internet, and you will remain inside the vehicle.

The bus will continue forwards and drive you all the way to Galactus, so you can get a good lock at the Devourer of Worlds.

Unfortunately, it won’t let you plot a course for youself and take the bus for a proper joyride around the map, but this trick will get you further away from the Fortnite island than you’ve ever been before.

As of now, what will happen when the Nexus War event remains unknown, but with the action just a few days away, the good news is that we won’t have long to wait until we find out.

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Matt is CharlieINTEL's UK Editor, specializing in all things Call of Duty, including Warzone and Modern Warfare 2. Matt previously worked as a freelance esports writer for Gfinity, before joining Dexerto in 2018 as a Junior & Senior Writer. You can contact Matt via email at: [email protected]