Fortnite is unquestionably the most popular Battle Royale game in the world. However, players have been unable to play the game since a huge asteroid blew up the map. This asteroid came to mark the end of season 10 and has now been replaced with a black hole that doesn't allow players to access the game. While there is no question that Fortnite will return, many have wondered when they can get to back on the game. Fortunately, it looks like the conclusion of 'The End' is in sight.
With the appearance of the black hole, Fortnite deleted all of their tweets. The move has generated buzz and some players were confused by what was meant by the move. While this is unlikely to be the end of Fortnite, it is probable that the game will have a new map when it resurfaces. In the time between it coming back, twitter user, Lucas7yoshi has investigated what has been happening and found code that suggests when Fortnite will return.
It looks like Fortnite will return on Tuesday (15th) at 6 AM EST. Yet, this isn't set in stone and Lucas7yoshi was quick to remind players to check the Fortnite site for an official announcement. Many will be relieved that they don't have to wait too long to get back to their favourite Battle Royale game. The new map is still a mystery but Fortnite 'Chapter 2' with a new map has been leaked through the apple store.
The black hole that has absorbed Fortnite isn't completely unplayable. There is a cheat code that allows players to play a mini-game in the Fortnite black hole. While many may find the mini-game a fun distraction, there will be some who have been annoyed at the way Season 10 has closed, especially those who couldn't see the closing event.
During the End Event, Fortnite was not working for many players. This led to frustration, yet the return of Fortnite will surely ease this tension. Whether the new map will surpass the somewhat legendary original, remains to be seen. One thing is for sure, players will be hoping this is the last disruption they face when playing the game.
Fortnite is out now in early access for Android, iOS, PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.
Source: Lucas7yoshi / Twitter