Fortnite developer Epic Games has Declared Fortnite Season 4.
While the prior season doled out space-themed cosmetic benefits, now around Fortnite appears to be going for the superhero appearance. Together with Fortnite iOS growing from strength to strength in addition to a robust user base on PS4, PC, and Xbox One (despite the shortage of Indian servers), it is safe to say Fortnite Season 4 ought to have weekly challenges, Battle Pass benefits, and loot as engaging as Fortnite Season 3. Here is what you can expect from Fortnite Season 4. Fortnite Season 4 begin time
Fortnite Season 4 begins on May 1. This was confirmed by Epic on Twitter along with the cryptic tease of asking its fans to “brace for impact” possibly carrying on from the meteor shower that peppered the Fortnite Battle Royale map last week.
Fortnite Season 4 Fight Pass price and tiers
Fortnite Battle Royale Season 4 Fight Pass cost is $10 (approximately Rs. 650) that works out to 950 V-Bucks, Epic’s in-game money for Fortnite. The Fortnite Battle Royale Season 4 Fight Bundle cost is $25 (near Rs. 1,620). If you want each unlock for Fortnite Battle Royale Season 4 Fight Pass without needing to earn it, then you are going to be paying almost $150 (nearly Rs. 9,720). The previous Fight Pass improved the amount of tiers, that said, we won’t know if Epic plans to hike it past 100 for Fortnite Season 4.
Fortnite Season 4 skins
Fortnite Season 4 artwork hints at a possible superhero motif together with a comet. Four skins are teased in the Fortnite Season 4 promotional material, with much more obviously along the way.
Fortnite Season 4 map changes
With the Fortnite map viewing meteors crash into structures a favorite concept from the Fortnite community suggests that a comet would crash into the map. Possibly taking down Tilted Towers or the Dusty Depot structures, allowing for some map variety.