Since Season 2 of FORTNITE CHAPTER 3 starts on March 20, fans are eager to learn all they can about the upcoming Battle Royale Battle Pass. We’ve got all the information you need about when Season 2 will premiere and whether or not there will be a live event. When can we expect to see more of Jonesy and his pals? There is no need to look any further.
At what time does Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 start?
Starting at around 2-4am PT (5-7am ET) on Sunday, March 20, Season 2 of Fortnite is expected to begin. There will be no matchmaking 30 minutes prior to the start of the Season 2 downtime, Epic has confirmed, and downtimes for Fortnite typically last between two and four hours.
For now, there is no word on when Epic will provide any hints as to the subject matter of Season 2. Marvel’s Black Panther’s Shuri, as well as Doctor Strange, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and perhaps even the Doom Slayer, are all possible collaborations.
That which appeared to be an announcement of some sort of a Doctor Who crossover has actually been an island created by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Epic Games does not sponsor, endorse, or administer this independently created Fortnite Creative experience, as stated in the official announcement, but you can earn a spray for checking it out. When the new season begins, it’s likely that this mode will still be available.
Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 Live Event:
Nope. Epic appears to be taking a more low-key approach to Season 2’s launch following the harrowing events of Chapter 3. It’s worth noting that Epic typically hosts a live event every other season in Battle Royale. So, despite the fact that the upcoming battle pass won’t feature any major cinematic moments, it’s far more likely that we’ll see significant changes in the one that follows.
For the time being, the main focus is on the ongoing conflict between the Seven and the Imagined Order, which is taking center stage. Members of the IO have been drilling their way through the Island’s core since the Battle Royale map was flipped to begin Chapter 3. It’s unclear how the Foundation and its allies will respond to the onslaught of enemies now that they’ve established new bases. As we near the start of Season 2, that question is likely to be a major one.
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Epic Games Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 Leaks:
While there is a lot of information available on the Fortnite Chapter 2 codex page, we’ll only go over a few of the most notable additions.
- A Mythic Shockwave Bow, a Mythic Thermal AR, and a Mythic with blades round out the armament.
- An anti-aircraft weapon using a Homing Rocket.
- Two pistols, referred to as the Double Deagle in data-mining.
- The Seven and the IO each get a new vehicle: a Zeppelin and Tank Drills, respectively. You’ll be able to drive these drills instead of just seeing them on the map.
- Changes to the map suggest that the Agency may reappear under the DDMachine guise. Also discovered in the files is a location referred to as Cattus Cave.
The general consensus is that the new battle pass will focus on the conflict between the IO and the Seven, drawing inspiration from Chapter 2 Season 2. It’s expected that players will be able to pledge allegiance to a faction in order to gain access to a variety of skins on the battle pass. These concepts should be taken with a grain of salt, but you should still have a good idea of what Fortnite will look like in the future.
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