Fortnite hints at lengthy downtime with Chapter 4 Season 2 announcement
Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1 ends on March 8th, and players thought the new season would start shortly after. As it turns out, it looks like Epic Games has other plans as Season 2 begins on March 10th, and that leaves a gap between seasons.
Will Fortnite have two days of downtime?
Prominent Fortnite leaker HYPEX hovers the possibility of a two-day downtime by noting the gap between seasons. The in-game news screen has now confirmed that the season starts on March 10th and that would seemingly rule out the possibility the fortnite tweet who confirmed that the start of the new season was scheduled.
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Epic games having longer downtimes between seasons isn’t new, as they did when the Black Hole swallowed the game after completing Chapter 1. It’s not guaranteed to happen in this case, but it’s something fans are worried about.
Fortnite Season 1 end date pushed up
Originally, Fortnite Season 1 was supposed to end on March 10th, so there could have been a world where a Season ended and started on the same day as the new Seasons normally unfold. However, Fortnite decided to push back the February end date of Season 1 by announcing the news in a tweet.
Epic made up for the new season date by offering Supercharged XP for players who wanted to end the season with a bang, but there was no explanation as to why they changed the date. Numerous leaks have surfaced about what to expect in Season 2, including the possible return of Neo Tilted. Fans only have a few days to figure out what’s real and what’s not based on the leaks.
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