Epic Games has been adding content, improving performance, and fixing Fortnite: Battle Royale on a regular schedule with the occasional hiccup thrown in due to the game's stupendous growth. Epic games have been teasing its player with events in the game and on social media. There's no reason why it shouldn't considering how popular both are, Fortnite and the Nintendo Switch, as well as the game running on Unreal Engine 4 which is fully supported by the hybrid console.
Right now it doesn't look like the Fortnite train is slowing down, but then again, you could've said the same thing about PUBG. We'll be keeping an eye on Epic for more, but for now, head down to the comments section and let us know if you're excited for the start of season 4! LeakyPandy suggests that Fortnite's Battle Royale mode will come with "no substantial differences" and will support cross-platform play.
A staggeringly popular co-op survival shooter for PC and console, Fortnite has you building structures to survive against zombies.
This latest teaser has everyone opening their minds about what the infamous Fortnite meteor could really mean for the future of the game. Are players being warned about the meteor's imminent impact?
At the time of writing, there is no official word on when Season 4 will begin, with week 10 of season 3 just getting underway.
Putting two and two together, it looks like the meteor crash is coming!
Will Tilted Towers be wiped out completely? That seems to be the case, and with all of the hype now surrounding the premiere of Avengers: Infinity War, it makes a lot of sense that Epic would go with a superhero theme.
Nothing is confirmed so far, but this is the first tangible information we have relating to the new season and the first clue, outside of files found by dataminers, which showcase any sort of theme for the new season.