Once again, Fortnite came to an end on Saturday. The popular battle royale game’s second chapter ended on Sunday, and the game was taken offline until the start of Fortnite Chapter 3 on Tuesday.
The Fortnite Chapter 2 climax event, The End, took place on Saturday, with players witnessing the entire island being flipped over. Unfortunately, Epic Games took the game offline after the incident, leaving players to wait to learn what happens in Chapter 3.
What happened at the end of the game?
The Fortnite Chapter 2 storyline concludes in a confrontation with the Cube Queen, an entity from another dimension responsible for the island’s Corruption Cubes. She’s the one who’s been splitting realities with her Imagined Order organization throughout the season, and she wants to take over the island, which stores the universe’s most potent energy, the Zero Point.
Players in the event had to fend off the Cube Queens’ minions until Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s character, The Foundation, saved the day. Players find themselves in the sea when the island flips over after an exhilarating escape from the underwater headquarters. After being knocked out by a massive wave, the player can be seen floating in the ocean, waiting to be rescued.
When will I be able to play Fortnite again?
Players will have to wait until Chapter 3 begins because Fortnite is unavailable. Epic Games has announced that Fortnite Chapter 3 will start on Tuesday.
What will be different in Chapter 3 of Fortnite?
Quite a bit, actually. Fortnite Chapter 3 will feature some significant changes, similar to the jump between the first and second chapters. The most visible alteration is the island’s appearance now that it has been flipped over.
The Battle Pass trailer for Season 1 of Fortnite Chapter 3 was released on Twitter on Saturday. While it doesn’t go into great detail regarding the modifications, a few stand out, such as new island landscapes and a new sliding mechanic. Because this is a video for the game’s Battle Pass, which is a one-time payment that unlocks in-game content, what’s seen are the various skins, which include characters from the Gears of War series as well as Spider-Man, who will have his own web-slinging powers.
On PC, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch, Android, Xbox One, and Xbox Series consoles, Fortnite is available for free. Unfortunately, following a legal fight between Apple and Epic, the game is no longer available on iOS devices.