Fortnite: Who Voices The Nothing?

Fortnite The Nothing
Fortnite The Nothing | Credit: EveryDay FN YT

Fortnite introduced a melting evil in the newest season, Chapter 3 — Season 4, named Chrome. As usual, the game’s story is closely tied to the release of the season’s Battle Pass content, with the most recent quests being The Nothing’s Gift, revealing the evil powering the Chrome: The Nothing itself.

The Nothing’s Gift quests show the hivemind hijacking TVs to find a warrior, with the Battle Pass’ Bytes character being the most promising one. With each TV turned on, you get to hear a voice that some avid players might recognize. But who is that voice?

Damien Haas, who plays Dennis in Fortnite’s Save the World PvE campaign, has been officially confirmed to be voicing The Nothing.

Some of his recent work includes Shez, the main protagonist in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes, who has two gender counterparts — the male one voiced by Damien Haas, and the female one voiced by Dawn M. Bennett, who also voices The Nothing’s master, The Herald.

Quite the coincidence to be voicing characters so connected in two franchises at once.


Who Is The Nothing?

Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 4
Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 4

The cinematic trailer for the season showed the Chrome melting most of Fortnite’s heroes, The Seven, with any other members missing in action — including their leader, Dwayne Johnson’s Foundation. With The Nothing shown to be a sentient blob of chaos, whatever they have planned for anyone melted is sure to cause trouble.

Chapter 1 — Season X was the first to tease The Nothing’s arrival, all the way back in 2019. Fortnite was unplayable thanks to its giant black hole as numbers started popping up on the screen, which said “The Nothing is now inevitable” when decoded.

As part of The Last Reality, Fortnite’s main villain faction, The Nothing’s introduction also marks their return. Whatever plan its master, The Herald, has been executing might bring the faction back in full force — maybe even with undead versions of Fortnite’s heroes, to celebrate the upcoming Fortnitemares Halloween festivities.

Fortnite is free-to-play on PC via the Epic Games Store, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Android.

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