Fortnite Season 4 looks set to end the saga of the meteor and introduce superheroes and perhaps even aliens into the Battle Royale. Accompanying the release date announcement is a message: "Brace for impact!". They won't be up there for long, however, as Epic has confirmed the start date for season 4, and in doing so, it has seemingly confirmed when those meteors will make landfall as well. An additional tweet revealed that the servers are scheduled to go down starting at 4 a.m. ET, preparing millions of players for what to expect when everyone tries to hop back into some matches when the servers try to go back online.
To find out exactly what Fortnite Season 4 will bring to the table, players will have to simply wait and see.
Epic Games, the developer of Fortnite: Battle Royale is certainly making things exhilarating for their player base with how they keep teasing news content for the game. It also shared one final teaser image before season 4 gets underway, and it shows a group of characters standing at the edge of what appears to be a crater.
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Alternatively, it's been rumoured Fortnite season 4 could begin with a comet hitting Dusty Depot.
We take advantage of the fact that we talked about Fortnite to tell you that a new report denied the rumors that a version for Switch of the Battle Royale will be shown in E3 2018.
Following the most recent Fortnite update last week, dataminers have been looking into the new files for clues about potential changes to the game. The winners of the said event will be announced by May 4 to coincide a bit with the start of the Season 4 Battle Pass.
No matter what, we will be able to see what happens tomorrow.