Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 1 is nearing its end. Here’s everything we know about Season 2 along with a bit of speculation.
This season of Fortnite is the longest in history by a wide margin. Before Season 1, the longest season of Fortnite lasted 83 days. This was both Seasons 7 and 9.
If the end date of Season 1 stays the same, it will be finishing on February 20, about two weeks from when this is being written. When it’s all said and done, Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 1 will have lasted 128 days.
Fortnite players are eagerly anticipating a new season. Streamers have resorted to hosting near-daily fashion shows because of the lack of content. Patches have been stale and interest in the game might be at an all-time low.
Epic undoubtedly knows this and will surely pick things up with Season 2. So, here’s everything that we know so far.
Season 2 start date
We have the official ending of Fortnite Season 1: February 20, 2019. Will this be the beginning of Season 2 as well?
We don’t know for sure, but it’s safe to assume that Season 2 will begin as soon as Season 1 ends. February 20 is a Thursday, which is the traditional day that seasons of Fortnite begin and end. We could see some downtime between seasons, but that’s likely out of the question at this point.
Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2 update
We don’t have a ton of information as to what’s coming with Fortnite Season 2. The only thing that we know for sure is the shift to the Unreal Chaos physics engine. This change may come before Season 2 begins, however.
In a blog post, Epic told the community that the new engine would go live in early February, which points to a v11.50 patch as soon as this week. They also wrote that they wanted to make sure…