Fortnite Season 2 has concluded, and Epic Games has already announced the start date and time for the highly anticipated Season 3 of Chapter 3 as well as the upcoming Collision event. When Epic revealed the Battle Pass for the second season during the Countdown, there has been considerable suspicion that the game will skip its customary break and jump immediately into Season 3.
After a season ends, there is frequently a long interval of inactivity before the next season starts, which might span several hours. Season 2 of Fortnite ended up going one step further than Season 1 in terms of giving us a brand new map and additional functionalities. Fresh map areas, stories to finish, gear to uncover, along with plenty of exciting battle pass prizes, will all be part of the emerging season.
What is the release date for Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3?
As Epic revealed in the recent blog post, an event named Collision would break down the barriers between Seasons 2 and 3, starting on June 4 at 4 p.m. ET and ending when Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 commences. The servers will be turned offline as Epic Games deploys the season premiere, which will include new missions, a new Battle Pass, and perhaps several exciting map and playability adjustments.
Epic has included a slew of new traversing capabilities, such as gliding and mantling, but it’s unsure whether more will follow. In addition, the game offered the highly anticipated no-build option, which makes it more simple for everyone.
Collision event details and start time
According to Epic, the Collision event is set to go live on June 4 at 4 p.m. ET. The collision would include a fight between The Seven and the Imagined Order, with the trailer’s rhythm, suggesting a full-fledged battle. Its consequences will very certainly be seen across the whole of Season 3. Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 appears set to change the island yet again.
Throughout the second season, the IO arrived on the island with massive aircraft and artillery in order to exact vengeance. There was combat in several areas, but the defense was bigger and more powerful. The IO, on the other hand, developed Collider and destructive radiation impulses have already been emitted as a result of this.
Players will have to complete any remaining Quests and acquire all intended prizes before the Collision, which marks the conclusion of Chapter 3 Season 2. It consists of Prowler’s Special Quests, Battle stars trading, and so on.