During the Fortnite World Cup viewers were blessed to receive a short teaser of the anticipated Season 10, which will start on August 1. That teaser was an image of Dusty Depot, a location from way back in the beginnings of Fortnite—it was the principal Point of Interest on the map to be changed, having a meteor hit it and make Dusty Divot.
Does this imply time travel?
Possibly a nostalgic jump once again into ‘Fortnite Classic’? Also, what does it have to do with the mecha-versus-kaiju fight that Fortnite players just saw? Truly, no one really knows. In any case, the idea of sentimentality for the way in which a game used to be the point at which it just turned out in 2017 is quite wild.
With respect to the World Cup itself, 16-year-old Kyle ‘Bugha’ Giersdorf was the champ, and by a huge edge: 59 to 33.
When does Fortnite Season 10 start?
Fortnite Season 10 doesn’t have an affirmed begin date, however we can gauge a general begin date dependent on how long left we have in Season 9.
The last week of Season 9 challenges starts July 11, which means the most recent Season 10 can start is July 18, however, we’re now past that. We’re as of now in extra time for season 9, so it should just be a short while before season 10. The season 9 additional time difficulties end around August 1, so maybe we’ll see something then.
What is the theme of Fortnite Season 10?
I’ve quit trying to tinfoil-hat my way to any significant expectations about where Fortnite goes next. Last season we saw The Unvaulting bring back the peaceful, unusual Matrix-like dimension we saw when Kevin the Cube blossomed into an inter dimensional butterfly. It skipped us ahead into Fortnite’s future, with Neo Tilted, Mega Mall, slipstreams, and a bearded Jonesey demonstrating the Fortnite of yore is long gone.
The greatest piece of information we have to go on, obviously, is the giant brawl we all just witnessed in-game.
Monster and mech finally clashed
After weeks of gradually thawing out a monster beneath Polar Peaks, and the continuous development of a giant teddy bear mech in the guts of Fortnite’s volcano, Fortnite fans at last got the opportunity to see the epic fight play out. Here’s a video of the event from YouTuber Ali-A. Regardless of whether you can stand the usual YouTuber yelling, Ali-A really works admirably of catching the occasion’s greatest minutes and getting right up front. Jump to about the two-minute imprint.
The battle itself may qualify as the most included, expand occasion at any point held in Fortnite. As opposed to only a rocket racing around or players flying into the air over a gateway, the kaiju and mech stomp around the upper portion of the map and do some genuine harm. The occasion began with the beast rising up out of the north shore (Polar Peaks still appended to its scaly back) and continuing inland, until the mech rose up from the volcano and rapidly shot off a couple volleys of rockets at it.
The monster fought back by spewing its own laser beam at the mech, and the mech fought back to that by charging at full speed and propelling both of them into the sea toward the west. Truly, I believed that would have been it, however I was dead off-base.
The mech rose up out of the water, triumphant and all that, just for the beast to jump out of the sea and start savaging the mech, ripping its arm off. The mech figured out how to break free, withdrawing to the weight plant. There, it yanked a portion of that lovely portal energy out and continued to wallop the monster with an energy-infused punch.
The last leg of the battle was revealed when the mech strolled over to Neo-Tilted, got the giant statue of the Synergy skin in the center of village, and continued to pull up a giant energy sword. In a last charge, the mech figured out how to stab the monster through the skull with the sword, finishing the battle. As a last farewell, the mech completed a one-armed floss dance and flew away into the sky. Brilliant. Adore it.
So what does all this mean for Fortnite season 10?
Difficult to state, as we may not perceive any genuine changes to the guide until the following update. Yet, our best estimate is that some harm to the map will be reflected from the battle, and we know for sure that Neo-Tilted will appear to be somewhat unique with its giant statue missing (in addition to possibly something below it?), so the reality of the situation will become obvious eventually.
Is this the season I finally get good at Fortnite?
I’m looking deep inside myself. Dead signal. Radio static. It’s over, man.