Many fans are curious about the Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1 ending date and the start date of Season 2, as there are only a few days left until it concludes. With the introduction of Reality Augments, a completely new map, and a Battle Pass with Doom and The Witcher, the popular battle royale underwent significant changes with the release of Fortnite Chapter 4, Season 1.
If that wasn’t thrilling enough, you could already be anticipating the upcoming Fortnite season and all the new material we’ll get, like crossover skins and new weaponry. All the information we are aware of regarding the Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1 conclusion date is provided below, along with an estimated start date for Season 2.
When does Chapter 4, Season 1 of Fortnite end?
On March 8, 2023, Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1 will end. Despite Epic Games confirming this date, it’s important to remember that they initially planned to expire the season on March 10th. As a result, there is always a chance that the date will change again. We’ll keep you informed if the Chapter 4 Season 1 conclusion date changes once more right here.
When does Chapter 4, Season 2 of Fortnite begin?
On March 9, 2023, Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 will debut. As there is typically an overnight break between seasons, it makes sense that the new season will start the day following the old one. But this is simply an estimate. Of course, there’s always a remote possibility that Epic Games will postpone or reschedule these events if they need more time to prepare for the upcoming season of Fortnite.
What is the Second Season’s Chapter 4 Theme for Fortnite?
Although Epic Games has not confirmed anything, some trustworthy Fortnite leakers report that Chapter 4 Season 2 will feature a “Futuristic” or “Neo-Tokyo” theme represented throughout the map. According to rumors, a brand-new site with a Neo-Tokyo theme will be included in the future season, along with an upgraded version of the fan-favorite Lucky Landing from Chapter 1.
The following season will allegedly include katana weaponry, a new pistol and pump shotgun, futuristic motorcycles to ride, and some ‘glowing tube’ that you slide on, according to leaks.
Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield from Resident Evil are rumored to feature in the Item Shop, which is another significant pop culture crossover that Fortnite players have come to expect.
Although it’s too soon to predict what will happen in Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2’s storylines, players can anticipate the customary Battle Pass, map updates, and weapon improvements.