Fortnite Influencers Receive Strange Season 3 Teasers for Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 is set to close on June 4th and it looks like Epic Games is starting to increase anticipation for the debut of D2R Items. At least two Fortnite influencers were sent images from the publisher via Twitter this morning. One of these images was shared by YouTuber Alistair "Ali-A" Aiken The second picture was shared an hour later by Hiper.
It's unclear whether these images are intended to be teasers for the forthcoming "Collision" event, or for the start of the new season. In any case, the two images have a lot of fans guessing!Earlier this month, Ali-A was the latest influencer to be included as an element of Fortnite's Icon Series, so it is only natural that he should be chosen for this kind of campaign. Unfortunately, it's really hard to see what's in the picture. Some fans are speculating that it could be related to something related to space or the Death Star.
Darth Vader has been heavily hinted at for the upcoming season's Battle Pass, and Epic Games chief creative officer Donald Mustard has also been offering hints regarding Star Wars content lately. His hints have centered around the LEGO AT-AT, but it's possible that we'll see an even bigger weapon for the Empire!
With Fortnite's season-ending event scheduled to happen in less than a week it's unlikely that players will have for long to learn what Epic Games has in store! Epic Games has warned fans of the Collision event won't be replayable. Those who wish to participate in the event should make plans to attend on the 4th of June at 4 p.m. ET.Fortnite can be played on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC. You can read the previous reviews of the game right here.
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