As the curtain falls on Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 Mega, exciting news emerges from Epic as they confirm a transition from a Japanese-themed season to a lush jungle setting for Season 3.
A brief teaser trailer unveils this captivating shift, and according to the details shared in the tweet, the official title for the upcoming season will be “Wilds.”
Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 3 Short Trailer
This is just a 10-second preview for the entire season trailer, but it does confirm the jungle biome that leaked the week before and gives a glimpse of how it will work on the map.
As far as we can determine, there is no geological explanation for this phenomenon, but despite this, a jungle has suddenly erupted out of a rift in the ground.
The location of the new jungle should be clear to Fortnite players, even if there are no recognizable landmarks in the trailer. Since at least a week ago, there have been tremors and fissures in the ground at the map’s center.
Epic frequently places significant Points of Interest in the map’s center, which is the case this time. This kind of geographic feature has been observed before, too.
People present for Chapter 1, Season 4 at the beginning of 2018 should recall the comparable historical moment Dusty Divot.
@HYPEX shares a tweet about Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 3 Short Trailer:
— HYPEX (@HYPEX) June 6, 2023
The Chapter 4 Season 3 teaser trailer also gives the Fortnite Season 3 critical art leaks from last week more validity. The graphic showed new Battle Pass skins, including Optimus Prime, new weaponry, and the ability to slide down vines like the current season’s grind rails.
For further information on what appears to be in store for the upcoming season, please refer to our coverage of the leaks from last week. With all this in mind, the official full trailer should be released before or on June 9, when the season officially ends.
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After that, there will be some customary downtime while Epic prepares the servers for the upcoming season’s additions.
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