Deathstroke had a very compelling arc on Arrow a number of years ago when he was played by Spartacus actor Manu Bennett, long thought to be the peak of that entire series.
Deathstroke is a DC veteran, first appearing over 40 years ago in 1980. Famously, Deathstroke was the inspiration for Deadpool, the Marvel assassin who existed as sort of comedic parody of the very serious killer, (Slade Wilson versus Wade Wilson), and as we know, Deadpool showed up in Fortnite long ago.
Lately, Deathstroke has been played by Joe Manganiello in the DCEU, but so far, that has only amounted to post-credits scenes or a brief post-apocalytpic appearance in the Snyder Cut of Justice League, as fans want him to have his own feature. No concrete plans for that exist yet, however.
Technically you can have Deathstroke face off against a few different versions of Batman, already in the game, or the CW’s Green Arrow, which was a Fortnite Club skin a few months ago. Anyway, stay tuned for more store info to come soon. Follow me on Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and Instagram.
Deathstroke has access to a small arsenal of ranged and melee weapons. Slade Wilson signed up for the U.S. Army, albeit lying about his age.
Deathstroke wields the Godkiller swords. Slade was eventually approached by the Olympian blacksmith god, Hephaestus, for a job unlike any other job he had ever done; to assassinate a titan. Slade accepted the offer and is armed with a magical sword, called the Godkiller. Armed by Hephaestus, Slade set out to kill a god, the titan, Lapetus.
Ballistic Staff - Deathstroke, like Robin, uses a retractable staff as his main weapon that contains a hidden rifle and a micro-bomb launcher inside of it's core. The retracted staff is within a holster on his utility belt, it dangles securely on a strap that keeps it from falling.
While Deathstroke has always been a villain, he never possessed characteristics of a hero. If Deadshot combined those opposing skills, he will be difficult to defeat. His mastery of a variety of arms and weapons definitely brings more terror to Deathstroke’s name.