Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 3 map leak



Season 2 of Fortnite's "Chapter 2" was originally scheduled to finish on April 30, but developer Epic Games announced an extension a few weeks earlier. June 4 will be the new end date for Season 2, and Season 3 is scheduled to begin immediately thereafter. 
While Season 2 will run for several more weeks, Epic has announced that there will be a lot of additional content to the game. The start date of Fortnite Season 3 is fast approaching, and no doubt the latest events will give us a better idea of how this game will unfold in the new season. More content from season two will keep you busy until then, but there will soon be new challenges and modes to play. It will also start on June 4, so you'll have to wait and see. 
In season 2, we saw the Doomsday device become more and more complex as more wires were added to the apparatus and a new patch dropped. 
Fortnite leaker FortTory also discovered that the in-game underwater hatches around agency headquarters were also activated at the start of the countdown timer. The video above suggests that a glitch reported by players as the water level rises could be an indication of what's to come in the future. Epic Games has announced that the company is dealing with a coronavirus pandemic from home, which has had an impact on the production of royal battles. 
In a brief blog post, Epic Games announced that it planned to release Fortnite Season 3 on June 4, but it has been postponed and is now expected on June 4. Originally slated for Season 2 through April 30, the run has now been extended to May, but Epic says it will continue to support it until the end of the month. 
In order to keep up with the content of the current season, several in-game updates will be released during the month of May. 
This means you have access to multiple in-game updates that bring new content, new challenges and new game modes. Season 3, Fortnite Battle Royale, will also feature new weekly challenges that replace the previous daily challenges. The game is updated every week with a new set of seven challenges that will be available for the entire duration of the season. 
This allows players to take matters into their own hands without having to log in every day and compete with other players in the game. 
Fortnite Season 3 is set to launch this week, bringing a new theme and Battle Pass to Fortnite Battle Royale. FortNite's Season 2 was due to begin on Thursday, February 22, with the release of the new Season Pass and the launch of its new game mode, Fort Nothings. 
Ahead of the planned update, developer Epic Games has released more information about what the new Season 3 Battle Pass has in store for you. 
Fortnite is one of the most popular games in the world, with millions of players taking part in stand-off battles and shootouts. Season 3 will take players into outer space with their new Battle Pass, the largest single player campaign in the game's history. 
Each time a new season begins, players are provided with new characters, cosmetic items, and more in the form of Battlepasses. The game is divided into chapters, which are divided into seasons and each last about ten weeks. 
The final season of Fortnite was pushed back to June by creators Epic Games, but the US company said the hugely popular video game would instead extend the current season. It is not clear whether the delay in the new season is due to a current health crisis that forces developers to work from home, or whether it is a game that comes in just over two weeks. 
The company added that it has several game updates that will be shipped, as well as new content for the new season. Fortnite Update v12.61 came, and while Epic Games didn't add many new skins and cosmetics to the game, Data Miners and Leakers sifted through the files and gave us a glimpse of what was to come at the end of Chapter 2 of Season 2. Season 3 was brought forward by Epic Game, but is nearing its end, and the highly anticipated doomsday event will shake the Games. 
As the current season draws to a close, the game's developers released the v12.61 update on May 26, which included a series of indiscretions about what the event will entail. 
If you're looking for new skins and new dance moves, Epic has added some new additions to the game that will be released in the next week or so. We might just get a first glimpse of what the next season of Fortnite will look like. 
An official announcement was released today confirming fans' fears, stating that Fortnite Chapter 2 season 2 will be extended until early June 2020. As we all know, the floating mechanic bought by Chapter 2 meant that water became a crucial way to circumvent the map. The season now has an official start date of June 4, the original date. 

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