It looks like Chapter 4 Season 2 will be ending without a live event, as suggested by a lack of event files added with yesterday’s v24.40 update.
Unlike the final updates of previous seasons that included events, v24.40 did not add any large encrypted events to the files. Unfortunately for those who follow the game’s storyline, this confirms there will be no live event before Chapter 4 Season 3, which is set to be released on June 10th.
Although a live event to end Season 2 is not happening, it is possible we could see a solo introduction event for Season 3, similar to the ‘Zero Crisis’ event of Chapter 2 Season 6.
Epic Games has not officially revealed anything about Chapter 4 Season 3, but is expected to do so very soon. We’ll keep you updated.
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The game, released in 2017, has quickly become one of the most popular games in the world, with millions of players logging in each day. It became even more popular after its live events, with gamers from all over the world tuning in to spectate and take part in the festivities.
However, Epic Games, the developer of ‘Fortnite’, has decided that the Chapter 4, Season 2 will not be accompanied by a live event. This decision was likely made to focus their efforts on the upcoming Season 3, which is expected to be another major event.
The game’s contents team have shared that the end-of-season mission, ‘Rusty Reels’, will feature a smaller-scale event which players can take part in. This event is far less exciting than the usual live events that come with the game’s major seasons, and players won’t experience the same level of excitement.
The future of Fortnite’s live events is currently uncertain, and Epic Games has yet to share their plans for the game’s upcoming seasons. Until then, players can look forward to the upcoming season and hope for the return of the game’s live events.