Season 10 of Fortnite is almost upon us. The next season of Epic's popular battle royale will officially kick off on all platforms this Thursday, August 1, as well as the developer warp theme for the new season.
The first teaser, which is shared below the finals of the Fortnite World Cup. Dusty Depot, which was famously destroyed by a giant meteor and became Dusty Divot all the way back in Season 4. This is how it came to be in Season 10.
The second teaser image, which dropped earlier today, features what appears to be some kid that's coming to the game. "Look forward," the tweet reads, which again hints at some kind of space-time disruption taking place in the new season. You can take a look at the second teaser below. What might be more important than the mech are the symbols on the sides.
Each seasonal changeover in Fortnite is typically preceded by some world-changing event, and earlier this month, a giant robot did battle with the monster that was formerly frozen beneath Polar Peak. Neo Tilted, but the Vault in Loot Lake was damaged during the confrontation and became increasingly unstable, which may be the catalyst for whatever time-related event leads to Season 1
With Season 10 just a couple of days away, time is quickly running out to complete Fortnite's Season 9 challenges. If you need help mopping up any remaining tasks, you can find tips and guides for all the tricky ones in our Complete Season 9 challenges roundup. Fortnite's second birthday event is underway until July 31, and it has its own set of challenges to complete and rewards to unlock. Most of the time, the only one may ask for a challenge. Be sure to check out our birthday cake location guide.