Fortnite’s upcoming Chapter 4 Season 4 is set to bring new adventures, collaborations, and a refreshed battle pass to the popular battle royale game. As the current summer season comes to a close with the exciting Jujutsu Kaisen event and mini pass, anticipation for the next chapter is building. In this article, we’ll discuss the expected start date of Chapter 4 Season 4, the possibility of a live event, the contents of the battle pass, and the latest rumors surrounding Fortnite’s biggest collaboration yet.
When does Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 4 begin?
The in-game messaging indicates that Season 3 will conclude on August 24 at 11 PM PT / August 25 at 2 AM ET. Based on previous season launches, the downtime between seasons is expected to be minimal, possibly just a few hours. Therefore, Season 4 is likely to start during the morning of August 25.
Will there be a live event at the end of Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 3?
Considering the current timeline, it is unlikely that there will be a live event at the end of Season 3, especially if the season wraps up during late-night hours in the US. However, Epic Games may alter the schedule as the launch date approaches, so stay tuned for updates.
What’s in the Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 4 battle pass?
Although there haven’t been any leaks yet regarding the Season 4 battle pass, it is customary for leaks to surface closer to the launch. We will keep an eye out for any updates and share them as they become available.
Are there any official Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 4 teasers yet?
Brazilian influencer Sharshock recently tweeted that he received a mysterious package from Epic, which seems to be a teaser for Season 4. The package contained a blood moon poster and a letter. While it’s too early to decipher the exact meaning behind this teaser, it could potentially tie into the introduction of a new character or theme in the Season 4 battle pass.
What do we know for sure about Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 4 so far?
Officially, not much has been revealed about Season 4 apart from the start date. Epic Games has not released any teasers or made any cryptic tweets regarding the upcoming season. However, players have discovered a hidden cursed Jujutsu Kaisen llama in the key art of the current season, suggesting that there may be hidden clues and surprises waiting to be unraveled in Season 4. Additionally, the recent permanent bans of major Fortnite dataminers have limited the leak sources, leaving fans in suspense.
However, there are two significant rumors circulating about potential additions to Fortnite in Season 4.
Is Fortnite x Lego happening in Chapter 4 Season 4?
Collaboration between Fortnite and Lego has been confirmed, although the specifics and timing remain uncertain. According to dataminers, the Lego collaboration will likely arrive at the end of Season 4, similar to previous events like Most Wanted, Star Wars, and Jujutsu Kaisen. This collaboration is expected to be Fortnite’s biggest collaboration yet and will introduce a “digital twin” mechanic, allowing players to bring their real-life Lego creations into the game. However, details about other features, such as a possible Lego battle royale island, are scarce at this time. The Lego update is anticipated to arrive in November, despite not coinciding with the start of a new full season.
Is Fortnite getting a racing mode in Chapter 4 Season 4?
Rumors have been circulating about a new mode codenamed DelMar, which is said to be an arcade-style kart-racing mode in Fortnite. This mode would offer full vehicle customization and a separate battle pass, similar to Epic Games’ ownership of Rocket League developer Psyonix. However, there is currently no information available regarding the timing of this mode, and it may not be introduced until after Season 4.
As more information becomes available about Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 4, we will provide updates on the latest developments. Keep an eye out for further announcements from Epic Games and prepare yourself for exciting new content and collaborations in the latest chapter of Fortnite.
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