Fortnite TV Emergency Broadcast Points To Meteor Crash

Fortnite TV Emergency Broadcast Points To Meteor Crash

Fortnite TV Emergency Broadcast Points To Meteor Crash

Epic Games announced the downtime at 5pm BST today and it has meant that all players are now unable to play Fortnite while the team works to fix the issue. The game, according to Super Data Research's March findings, has now topped all others including PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds in Monthly Active Users (MAU) and in revenue generation across all platforms. It's possible that season 4 in Fortnite will begin right after season 3 concludes, but another possibility is that Epic will leave some time between season 3 and 4. Would you be up for some Battle Royale on the TV, before playing some of the co-op story mode on the go? "Fortnite facilitates an environment that allows players to get creative, innovate and show off their mastery of their skills". "Adapt. Win" and might mean that players could be able to gain certain powers throughout the course of the game to help them survive whatever else Epic Games decides to throw in for the next season.

Fortnite Season 4 Theme: What Will Season 4 Be About? Now, players are shocked to see that meteors have broken through the atmosphere and are beginning to impact the island.


After the claims that Fortnite update 3.6 hinted that the comet strike could be landing today toward Tilted Towers, with rooftop watch parties put in the game. The image of the masked hero could even be our first look at one of the new skins that will be coming to the game whenever season 4 kicks off. This seems like a great theme with the impending release of the latest Avengers movie.

The extended downtime lead to Epic Games giving players a free backbling item and Battle Stars to make up for the delays. The idea of a superhero theme sounds incredible and could bring on some interesting challenges for anyone who has a Battle Pass for the next season.

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