Fortnite Fracture in-game event coming December 3 will be the Chapter 3 finale
One year after the official start of Fornite Chapter 3, Epic Games has announced that Fortnite’s next major in-game event, Fracture, will serve as the Chapter 3 finale, signaling a change in how Fortnite will progress in the future. coming.
The event will take place on December 3 at 1:00 p.m. PT / 4:00 p.m. ET, with the reveal to come just before the last game of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitation during the weekend. A presenter brought the FNCS trophy – which featured a similar look to the Chrome that has plagued Fortnite Island all season – to the stage, and once the trophy reached its pedestal, the teaser image seen in the tweet below below appeared on the screen behind.
The Fortnite Fracture event will end Chapter 3 after just four seasons, making it the shortest chapter in Fortnite history. Fortnite Chapter 1 spanned 10 seasons and nearly two calendar years, with Season 1 beginning on October 25, 2017 and Season 10 ending on October 13, 2019. Chapter 2 began two days later on October 15, 2019. October 2019, with the final event – known as The end–taking place on December 4, 2021.
The change in the structure of the chapters has rumor for a while, with mentions of a new map named “Asteria” found through data mining efforts. Several prominent Fortnite-focused Twitter accounts also found other clues, including links between this season’s villain called The Herald and the ultimate enemy of Chapter 2, the Cube Queen.
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