Fortnite: Battle Royale, and things are about to change in some very big ways.
When exactly that event occurs remains to be seen. In fact, while all bets have pointed to this coming Saturday, October 5th, it’s possible that ‘The End’ might take place the following weekend.
That’s because Epic Games is extending Season 10 and adding in ‘Out Of Time’ Overtime challenges with cosmetic rewards and a free loading screen for completing each of them.
So when does Season 10 end and Season 11 begin? Well, according to Epic Games, the Out of Time Mission will be available from Tuesday, October 8 at 9 AM ET until Sunday, October 13 at 2 PM ET.
Is it possible that ‘The End’ event will take place when the Overtime Challenges expire? Or will it take place before these challenges kick off?
It seems likely that the new v buck generator season will start when these challenges are over, either that Sunday or the following Thursday, October 17th. After all, Thursdays are when Fortnite seasons usually end. This appears to be backed up by dataminers following today’s patch, with the API showing a Season 10 end-date between October 13th and 17th. Season 11 will be coming out just a couple weeks before Halloween.Today In: Innovation
It would be interesting if the big season-ending event took place this weekend and then we had an entire week or more of Season 10 left before the start of Season 11, especially if that event is supposed to lead to a new map (or drastically changed one).