Meteors have started raining down in Fortnite

Meteors have started raining down in Fortnite

Meteors have started raining down in Fortnite

Fortnite servers are down while it addresses a problem that prevented some players from being able to access the game. Epic games have been teasing its player with events in the game and on social media.

A start date for Fortnite Season 4 has not yet been confirmed, but Season 3 will be wrapping up on May 3rd.

Fortnite is based on the battle royale genre, consisting of matches featuring up to 100 players battling until only one is left.

This latest teaser has everyone opening their minds about what the infamous Fortnite meteor could really mean for the future of the game. On other platforms, this mode allows up to four players to team up online, but the Switch version is slated to support local play between four consoles (which will apparently play as a large part of the port's selling point in promotional material). Fortnite is the top grossing title on consoles, ahead of traditional games like Far Cry 5, Federation Internationale de Football Association 18, and Call of Duty: WWII.

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Epic games has confirmed that they are now undergoing downtime to unblock a small number of players who were affected by a recent backend service update which caused login and matchmaking issues. What might be more of a surprise is that the meteors are destructive to both structures and players.

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At the time of writing, there is no official word on when Season 4 will begin, with week 10 of season 3 just getting underway. Now it looks like the game could be coming to Nintendo Switch, if a new rumor is to be believed.

Fortnite Season 4 Theme: What Will Season 4 Be About? Each season brings new weapons, and new cosmetic appearance items, to Fortnite Battle Royale.

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