Fortnite 2 New Apollo Map And Trailer Revealed As Black Hole Ends
After Fortnite totally disappeared, leaving people shocked and confused about what had happened to their skins, it looks like Chapter Two will start today, once people download the update and downtime ends.
The new trailer gives us a glimpse at what to expect, as well as a first look at the new map - which by the way, looks incredible.
And it looks like people are quite excited:
It begins.#Fortnite pic.twitter.com/qrGcI1XjkG
- Jet The Pirate (@JetLePirate) October 15, 2019
download complete. time to eat breakfast and wait #fortnite #FortniteChapter2 pic.twitter.com/NY4NSXEeUJ
- Hit Destroy / HD (@HitDestroy) October 15, 2019
The live event marking the end of Chapter One showed the popular game's entire original map sucked into a black hole, prompting gamers to believe that it was, indeed, the end of Fortnite as we know it.
Many of the game's social channels, along with its website, were also updated to reflect the curious change.
The countdown on the game's 'The End' event finally reached zero, with the rocket that was slowly being built over the course of Season 10 finally launched, flew through a rift, and proceeded to duplicate itself over and over again until the rockets managed to smash a hole in time and space right in front of the meteor, which I have on good authority destroyed Dusty Depot back in Season 4's original timeline.
The end of season 10 didn't go down well with many. When it suddenly turned the game into a black hole - mysteriously telling the world: "This is the end," many fans started panicking that their precious, and also insanely expensive, skins may have been lost in the process.
So much so, that kids were telling their parents they felt the world had ended, prompting a whole load of 'Cheers, son's crying, nice one' shouts.
Speaking to Mirror Online, one mother Kayla Williams said: "My son is heartbroken, he's spent a massive £3,000 on this game since he started playing in season 2.
"What are Epic going to do? People saying the game has ended for good so do we get full refunds on the money we spent because no game means no nothing so we lose out!"
Featured Image Credit: Epic Games