Though the Battle Royale portion of Fortnite is free to play, Epic does sell Early Access to its "Save the World" mode. However, after the success of "Battlegrounds" and the battle royale genre, and "Fortnite's" own take on it, the game's taken over the pop-culture lexicon.
Fortnite Season 4 is coming soon, and there are rumors that the game may make its way onto Nintendo Switch at some point in the near future as well.
Season 3 of Fortnite used a space theme for many of its cosmetic items, so it seems likely that the superhero image means that season 4 will have a superhero theme.
What's most interesting to note here is that there seems to be more going on with the game's Save the World mode, rather than the much more popular Battle Royale mode. Combined with the recent appearance of emergency sirens and Llama broadcast messages on TV screens across the map, and the "brace for impact" slogan on the Fortnite website, could we finally be about to see what's going to happen? The week of May 7th, 2018 to be exact.
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If you look closely, you'll notice that you can see the face of a superhero-like character smiling back at you reflected in what looks like a meteor or comet-shaped image.
Now that we've covered the Fortnite Season 4 Release Date, it's time to talk about the theme for this upcoming season. Time to give us some definitive details, Epic! The main theory is that it will eventually wipe out Tilted Towers, an area of the game that some players detest.
According to PCGamesN, the timing of the superhero image is flawless for the game since the new Avengers movie has been released.