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Stranger Things star David Harbour has revealed that he is collaborating with Last Epoch to create his own unique item!

Have you ever wondered if your favorite public personality is a gamer, or if they like the same games you do? Well, fans of David Harbour can now rest assured that he is also a big fan of Last Epoch! 

The star of Stranger Things and Black Widow has revealed that he is a fan of Last Epoch and has collaborated with the developers to create his own unique item for the game! 

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While not all details have been revealed yet, David Harbour has confirmed the collaboration on his Instagram. You can check out his official announcement here: David Harbour - Last Epoch Announcement on IG

In his message on Instagram, David tells us that he is a big fan of the game and has spent many hours playing it, which makes him even more excited to receive his own special item within Last Epoch.

While we do not know much more about the item or how to obtain it, this is still great news for Last Epoch and David Harbour, as well as fans of both!

Of course, we will keep you updated on this item as more information becomes available! So stay tuned for further updates on this and other Last Epoch news.

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I absolutely hate this gaming x pop culture crossovers, and how some actors became marketing figures in the industry.

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19 hours ago, Hypersonic said:

I absolutely hate this gaming x pop culture crossovers, and how some actors became marketing figures in the industry.

Can you share why you hate it?

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Honestly I don't really like collaborations either but.... this helm looks pretty cool to me plus it has some interesting stats. Probably going to play a Acolyte Necromancer when 1.0 drops.

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