Chapter 4 Season 4 is just around the corner and will bring us a new battle pass, new storylines, possibly the end of Chapter 4, and what is shaping up to be Fortnite’s largest collaboration ever. The most recent summer season of Fortnite is ending on a high note thanks to the new Jujutsu Kaisen event and mini-pass.
Let’s look at what is known about Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 4 so far. The hints are out there, and we now have a lot of information about what is coming. Beginning tomorrow, August 25, downtime will start at 3 a.m. ET and Fortnite Chapter 4: Season 4 will commence at noon ET. A new, primed and ready-to-go season will probably awaken you if it’s asleep. If the video trailer is any indication of what to expect, new areas of interest will include extra hiding spots for loot, a vampire who would rather you didn’t do that, new weapons, movement goods, and throwables.
When does Chapter 4 of Fortnite Season 4 start?
Season 3 will end on August 25 at two in the morning ET, and Season 4 should start a few hours later.
Will Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 3 conclude with a live event?
There have been no hints that a live event will take place to wrap up the season, but that doesn’t mean that something won’t happen the first time you log in once Season 4 starts.
Theme for Fortnite Chapter 2 of Season 4
Last Resort is the name of Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 4. And a trailer is available.
We don’t know what exactly will be included in these additional vaults, but it’s obvious that they represent an increase from the vaults that have been present on the island for the previous six months.
Slone’s Apparatus, the large cannon-like object in the forest that is projecting a massive star map in the sky, is the Battle Royale island’s way of keeping track of the remaining days till the end of the season. It’s still unclear that it has to do with everything.
What is included in the Season 4 Battle Pass for Fortnite Chapter 4?
Every new battle pass skin has been seen by us, but not every style. Following is the lineup:
Ahsoka Tano from Star Wars is over there on the right, while Khaby Lame, a TikTok user, is third from the left. Fish Thicc is the big fish, while Kado Thorne, the eerie-looking vampire with the wings in the centre who will be this season’s world master and also has an alternate human appearance, is the vampire. And even though the man in the middle resembles Ninja exactly, he is not Ninja.
Despite the fact that all eight battle pass skins are shown, we are unsure of which one is the extra skin. The boss character in the last two seasons like this was the bonus skin, but this is a season that closes a chapter.
All skins in the Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 4 Battle Pass
This season’s Battle Pass includes eight brand-new skins:
- Khaby Lame
- Nolan Chance
- Piper Pace
- Fish Thicc
- Khado Thorne
- Ahsoka Tano
While the other skins will be unlocked as you go through each step of rewards, the Nolan Chance skin will be accessible as soon as you buy the Battle Pass.
The ‘Secret Skin’ for this season is Ahsoka Tano, who will be unlocked after a few weeks. She is the lone exception. Players will have to take on the challenge of finishing various themed tasks in the middle of the season in order to get the special skin.
Fortnite Season 4 Chapter 4: New Map Locations
We already know about a few new destinations for the upcoming season thanks to a series of subtle teases from content producers, but we don’t yet know where on the globe they’ll be. The name of one of those locations is Relentless Retreat.
It appears that Eclipsed Estates might be taking the Citadel’s place on the map, based on the bridge and the area’s feeling of being on a cliffside.
Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 4 Introduces New Weapons and Other items
A turret that looks to emerge from a briefcase, a “rocket ram”—likely a rocket that deals some sort of knockback impact on players it hits—and a heist bag are three of the brand-new weapons/devices that Season 4 of Battle Royale will reportedly introduce. The Heist Bag’s function and purpose are yet unknown to us.
In Season 2, after introducing Mega City vehicles and motorbikes, the development team also introduced a third new type of vehicle in Chapter 4. This muscle automobile is different from the one on the Chapter 3 map, although it is still a muscle car.
Additionally, rumors suggest that these new vaults will hold ancient fabled weaponry. The Foundation is reportedly bringing back MK-7, Zyg, Choppy’s Ray Gun (assuming you practiced with the Bender version last month), and other items.
Does Chapter 4 Season 4 of Fortnite have a Racing mode?
This year, people have been discussing a new mode called DelMar, which is reportedly an arcade-style kart-racing game featuring extensive vehicle customization and a distinct combat pass. Given that Epic owns Psyonix, the company that created Rocket League, that seems fairly complex and is not at all unexpected.
Is Chapter 4 Season 4 the time for Fortnite x Lego?
Fortnite and Lego have officially announced their partnership, but they have not clarified the specifics, particularly the timing. However, dataminers like Wenso predict that, like the Most Wanted, Star Wars, and Jujutsu Kaisen events that ended each of their previous seasons, the Lego collaboration will appear towards the end of Season 4.
But it seems like this one will be far larger than any of the mini-passes we’ve seen so far in Chapter 4. On August 25, Season 4 will debut in Fortnite version 26.00. In November, Wenso will release the Lego upgrade as version 27.00, even though it isn’t a brand-new full season. Production teams usually reserve whole numbers for new seasons.
Moreover, rumors have circulated about a Lego battle royale island, but nothing concrete has emerged yet. If the Lego event doesn’t commence until November, we won’t gather much more information until the beginning of Season 4.