Fortnite is gathering steam for a big season event the other day, along with the word is the fact that it are going to be something it is possible to miss if you’re not careful.
If you’ve played recently, you already know that Fortnite is hinting that something is going on soon. For one, there’s a timer that is certainly displaying on certain in-game TVs — and it’ll reach zero at 1:30PM EST, this Saturday.
You could have also heard how the game is blasting a siren near its evil super villain lair. This location has been around since season four, but adjusted yet, Epic has yet to perform anything by using it.
We can say for sure, however, which the area holds a huge rocket, hence the leading theory is Epic will launch it in the sky. While this seems prone to happen on Saturday, we don’t use a sense of how this can change the overall game, whenever.
Big in-game events aren't new for Fortnite — last season ended which has a comet impact that changed the map — but that one is going to be unique. According to major Fortnite YouTuber Muselk, whatever event Fortnite is planning this time around will still only happen once, in solid time. The Verge has heard similar rumors.
Meaning: if you’re a Fortnite player, you’ll need to be logged in as well as in the game in a specific a serious amounts of location to start to see the event unfold. If you’re not participating if this happens, you won’t view it in-game: you’ll only understand the result. This is a major departure in the comet event, that was visible for weeks together its climax if you logged to the game. This is, however, another example of Epic Games innovating this space with Fortnite existing for income, breathing live game. It will literally be considered a “you would have to be there” festivity, though of course, men and women likely record it for posterity.
Hopefully the servers may take everyone logging into sites at the same time. And for people who haven’t visited the rocket yet: it’s with a mountain near Snobby Shores.