The Avengers will have to live up to their namesake when Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame hits theaters on April 26. But before they have their much-anticipated rematch against Thanos, they’re going to blow off some steam in Fortnite first.

Earlier today, developer Epic Games announced an Endgame-related tie-in on Fortnite’s official Twitter account, promising an in-game update on April 25. The tweet uses the movie’s somber slogan (“Whatever it takes”) and shows an image of a Fortnite character wielding Captain America’s iconic shield.

This is the second Avengers-related update for Epic’s popular battle royale shooter. In 2018, to coincide with the release of Avengers: Infinity War, the studio worked with Marvel Studios and Infinity War directors Joe and Anthony Russo to put the powerful Thanos in the game. Players embraced the limited-time Infinity Gauntlet mode, which allowed them to cut loose with the overtly serious villain.

While an obvious marketing coup for both Epic and Marvel — combining the biggest film franchise in the world with the world’s most popular game — the Russo brothers are genuine fans of Fortnite. It was their go-to game when they took breaks from editing Infinity War, and they thought it’d be cool to do an Avengers mash-up with the game. They “stalked” Fortnite creative director Donald Mustard, and the three of them hopped on a call to talk about what they should do.

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The Infinity Gauntlet mode came out almost two weeks after the movie. But the Endgame tease shows that Marvel and Epic have been thinking about this tie-in much earlier. They didn’t announce any other details about the collaboration, but the Russo brothers also tweeted a similar message this morning.

Fortnite won’t be the only game to have Endgame content. Marvel has a bevy of mobile games it usually updates whenever a new movie comes out, including card-battler Marvel: Battle Lines and action role-playing game Marvel: Future Fight.