Season 7’s event could pave the way for season 8’s release.
Epic Games has provided more confirmation to Fortnite fans that another live event will be held to close up Season 7. And the next Fortnite event might usher in season 8’s start.
Season 7 of Fortnite is coming to an end in a matter of weeks. Season 7 of Fortnite will run until September 12th, which is a Sunday, according to the current Battle Pass. And Epic Games might have something major planned for that weekend.
It’s been rumored for a long time that Fortnite season 7 will conclude with another live event.
Kevin the Cube is set to return as part of the event, according to rumors, and will be controlled by a character from the Fortnite chapter 3 plot.
This assertion was made as part of a larger series of rumors that ShiinaBR, a well-known leaker, highlighted in July.
And this leak, which was first reported on Reddit, got one thing right: it revealed the Ariana Grande concert far before it was officially confirmed. This could lend credibility to all of the leaker’s other allegations.
It was also said that Fortnite chapter 3 will contain a fresh new map, and Fortnite season 8 will include a Naruto skin, among other things.
As with any rumors, it’s better to take them with a grain of salt until they’re confirmed.
However, new evidence has surfaced today that supports one of these ideas.
Epic Games took Fortnite servers offline this morning in preparation for the release of update 17.50.
During downtime, dataminers rummaged through the patch’s files looking for information on leaked cosmetics and other information.
One of these leakers, @FNLeaksAndInfo, just disclosed further information regarding the impending Fortnite event.
There may be some spoilers ahead, so don’t read on if you want to go into the next Fortnite event with your eyes wide open.
The next Fortnite live event, according to the Fortnite leaker, will conclude Season 7.
As a result, the Fortnite season 7 live event finale could happen on September 12th.
Furthermore, the leaker claimed that the event would conclude with a waiting loading screen similar to the one shown after the Season 10 event.
As a result, after the Fortnite season 7 live event, gamers may face a long period of downtime.
“There’s going to be.”Brinkwire Summary News,” tweeted @FNLeaksAndInfo.