Jazwares extends Epic Games partnership for new Fortnite figures, play-sets and vehicles through to 2025

Jazwares has signed a new licensing partnership with Epic Games, extending the toy company’s current Fortnite deal through to 2025 and expanding upon its range of toys and collectables.

The deal, brokered by licensing agency IMG, will start from January 2022 and will see Jazwares become the exclusive toy partner for Fortnite four-inches and under action figures and their compatible play-sets, vehicles, accessories and more.

Jazwares will also continue to produce new R/C vehicles, all of which will be compatible with its full four-inch action figure line, and plush in varying sizes. Also in 2022, fans can expect a new lineup of highly detailed two-inch action figures with multiple points of articulation and accompanying play-sets, vehicles and accessories to build out their world of Fortnite in miniature scale.

The multi-year deal extends Epic Games and Jazwares’ successful three-year partnership.

Since 2018, Jazwares and Epic Games have worked together to bring the Fortnite universe into the real world for fans in over 50 countries, launching more than 350 toys and collectibles at retail that allow fans to interact with their favorite characters and experiences from the game in a brand new way.

“These toys and collectables have opened up the action-packed world of Fortnite, adding a whole new level of detail that fans can connect to like never before,” said Laura Zebersky, president, Jazwares.

“Through the continually evolving four-inch action figure universe and now the new two-inch range, we are expanding collectability to help fans build out the world of Fortnite. We are thrilled to be bringing these new, detailed micro scales to life for the first time, and look forward to working closely with Epic Games to continue growing fans’ Fortnite collections.”

In addition to the new items being released in 2022, Jazwares has unveiled new action figures, R/C vehicles and more, set to rollout at retail through 2021.

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