If you've been watching Fortnite in recent months, you know that Epic Games likes to keep the game fresh by constantly changing the map with massive, explosive events. Last season, we saw meteors falling from the sky, which eventually led to the creation of Dusty Divot (and the introduction of some new locales on the map). Epic is now getting ready for another event, but maybe you just have one chance to see it live.
Not long ago, a countdown timer appeared on the televisions scattered around Fortnites map. No one knows exactly what the timer is referring to, but it runs out on Saturday at 13:30 CET. Whatever Epic has planned, we will finally see the fruits of their work on Saturday afternoon.
While Epic has not officially announced what's going to happen this Saturday, there has been something else happening on the island lately, and many Fortnite players suspect the two are related. In addition to the countdown, there were also sirens near the hidden Super Villager camp that came up in Season 4:
As The Verge states, the hiding place houses a huge rocket. It does not seem too hard to believe that Epic will launch a rocket into the stratosphere this past season after covering the meteorite map last season. Fortnite YouTuber Muselk claims you must be on the rocket on Saturday to witness the event:
If you want to be a part of Fortnite story, go to Snobby Shores on Saturday at 13.30 and wait patiently.