As the Fortnite Chapter 2 Season is ending, snow started to melt around the map, and players are taking note.
Fortnite is the biggest game on the planet still. The game may have lost some players but they are still in the lead. If there is something right with Fortnite‘s approach to the community it is the events. This game has seen dozens of events until now and they will continue to see for the foreseeable future. Over the last few weeks, we had the New Year event and the Winterfest. However, Fortnite developers, Epic Games did their best to immerse players into this setting. We started to see snow at first and later on as we got closer to the new year the entire map was under snow.
Players started to see Snowstorms around the Fortnite map. Well, the visibility was so bad for a couple of weeks, to say the least. Some of the players complained but nothing major. As we have said Epic Games tried to immerse players into the snowy atmosphere slowly. This is ending now. Even though it is still winter for most of the world, we can see that the snow is melting in Fortnite. Epic Games is also doing this slowly. We are sure that they will try to keep this one on until the Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2 beginning. Which is supposed to start sometime in February. But most likely between February 6th-13th.
Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2 expected eagerly by the players. This is mostly because this season was the longest in Fortnite history. We did not expect this but the season is lasting nearly for 4 months. This is a first in the history of this game. We are wondering will Fortnite make 4 months seasons instead of 3 months from now on. Of course, this will mean more stability for the esports arena of Fortnite. But on the other hand, casual players may find it lacking in content. Fortnite will probably one of the biggest games in this decade also. But it depends on the Epic Games performance.
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