Fortnite season 4: When does Fortnite season 4 start? When is season 3 end time and date?


Fortnite season 4: When does Fortnite season 4 start? When is season 3 end time and date?

season 4 release date is almost here, with a brand new Battle Pass set to launching later this week. And there’s plenty of reasons to get excited about the new Fortnite season which will have a Marvel theme. Epic Games and Marvel have had a long standing collaboration, going all the way back to the Thanos Avengers crossover event to the recent Deadpool and Captain America skins that have arrived in Battle Royale.

But this is the first time that an entire Fortnite season has been devoted to such a major IP, with Fortnite seasons usually based around themes of Epic Games own creation.

Leaks have indicated that Fortnite season 4 will boast a new Thor POI, a Wolverine skin as well as comic book page collectibles dotted around the map.

That’s just scraping the surface though, and there’s likely to be plenty of other surprises Epic Games has in store for Fortnite season 4.

Fingers crossed we’ll see some kind of Marvel live event during season 4, as the prospect of seeing super heroes and villains battle in front of our eyes on the Fortnite Battle Royale map sounds just awesome.

So, with a brand new Fortnite season on the horizon the burning question for Battle Royale fans may be when is the Fortnite season 4 release date? And how much longer do gamers have left to play Fortnite season 3?

If you’ve got these questions then don’t worry, is here to help…


Fortnite season 4 has a confirmed release date of Thursday August 27, which is when season 3 will end also.

So far Epic Games has not given a start time for Fortnite season 4 but looking at past release schedules may give us an idea of when the Battle Pass will launch.

On the Fortnite season 3 release date a few months ago servers went down at 7am UK time for the rollout of the new season patch.

So that’s when servers could be going down this Thursday. Alternatively, Epic Games recently has been holding Fortnite downtime at 9am UK time for some recent patches.

Depending on how long servers need to be down for the rollout of the season 4 patch, we could also see downtime start at 9am UK time instead.


Actually, and unfortunately, yes – there is one other thing you need to know.

In case you’ve somehow missed it, Fortnite makers Epic Games are currently involved in a battle with smartphone giants Apple and Google.

Earlier this month Fortnite was taken down from the iPhone and iPad App Store with the Google Play Store following swiftly after that.

At the heart of the dispute is Epic Games’ decision to put their own payments system in Fortnite, bypassing Google and Apple’s system.

The reason this is such a sticking point is, by doing this, Epic sidestepped the 30 per cent cut Apple and Google take from each in-app transaction.

Epic is taking Apple and Google to court, but in the meantime this leaves fans in a bit tricky situation.

That’s because Epic has said, as part of Apple’s decision to remove Fortnite from the App Store, they have also blocked updates being delivered to iOS players.

That means iPhone and iPad players will NOT be able to download the Fortnite season 4 update.

They’ll be able to continue playing Fortnite via update 13.40, but they won’t be getting any of the new content coming in the season 4 patch.

Android fans meanwhile are in a slightly different situation as Fortnite first released for the Google mobile OS via the Epic Games website.

It was only later added to the Google Play Store. So Android fans will be able to get the season 4 patch via the Epic site. Click here to be directed to the page you need to visit.

Published at Mon, 24 Aug 2020 13:00:08 +0000


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