Fortnite Season 3 published on June 27 and lovers were wondering if Season 4 could come out. Not that this year isn’t fun — it’s — but enthusiasts had only faced two seasons which spanned nearly six months in total — every almost doubling the length of a Chapter 1 Fortnite season.
Now, however, Season 4 ought to be just round the corner. Here’s everything we know about the new season up to now.
The start date is set for August 27, 2020. Whether this date stands, then Season 3 will be the primary season in Chapter 2 to finish with no extension.
Speaking of extensions, there was a rumor that the season would be extended when it first came out — fresh from two seasons that lasted for over 100 times each. Apparently, there was 12 months’ worth of challenges in the sport files but only 11 months in this season. Now, almost a week away in the Season 4 launch date, we still haven’t heard anything about the year being pushed backagain.
We do not understand exactly what the Fortnite Season 4 theme will be, but we do know a bit about what might happen — both from leaks and frequent sense. To start with, we could assume that all of the Season 3 Mythic POIs will either change or be ruined. This happened following Season 2, and we do not expect Epic to include more Mythic POIs in addition to these.
With the loss of old POIs come the introduction of new ones. The Authority will, probably, proceed to some other stage as other Mythic places pop-up to choose the area of The Fortilla and Catty Corner.
In addition, we know that Epic are intending to add any readable comic books to the game, which will probably accompany Season 4. This information also relates to the”key” skin. Fans assume that this will be an additional superhero — Thor or Wolverine dependent on the current leaks.
At this phase, we anticipate Fortnite Season 3 to end in time. An extra week wouldn’t be a major surprise to us, but Epic are operating on a shaky ground with their hardcore player foundation. A week’s extension will have lovers rolling their eyes following back-to-back seasons that lasted well over 100 days each.
It could be the smart move, in our opinion, for Epic to axe the Overtime Challenges and allow the clock run out on Season 3. We’ll know more next week but right now, Thursday the 27 appears to be the start of a brand new Fortnite season.