When Does Fortnite: Chapter 3 – Season 1 End?

Fortnite Shanta's Tale
Fortnite Shanta's Tale

Fortnite had one of its biggest ever overhauls with the launch of Chapter 3 – Season 1 and the reception has been pretty positive. There’s always the next season to look forward to as well, though, as Fortnite is a game that never sits still. So when does Season 1 end?

Fortnite: Chapter 3 – Season 1 is currently scheduled to end on March 19th, 2022. This will make Fortnite: Chapter 3 – Season 1 104 days/14 weeks and 6 days long, which is about average for a season in Chapter 2. It will be shorter than Fortnite: Chapter 2 – Season 1, which lasted for a much too long 128 days.

If you’re wondering why Season 1 will be 100+ days long, it’s worth bearing in mind that a lot of Epic employees were on holidays for Christmas, with a skeleton crew working on the break (if anyone at all) for at least a couple of weeks.

As with a lot of previous Fortnite seasons, there’s also the chance that the end of Fortnite: Chapter 3 – Season 1 could be changed. Delays were very common at the start of Chapter 2 and with Chapter 3 also bringing a new map and content with no doubt an absolute tonne of bugs and issues to fix, it might cause the season to get pushed back. There’s also the chance that Season 1 will end early, but don’t hold your breath.

Before Season 1 ends, there will no doubt be tonnes of new content added to Fortnite to keep things fresh. We’re currently in the middle of Wild Weeks, with more crossovers set to come before the end of the season.

While Chapter 3 – Season 1 might be a long one, it definitely won’t go down as a boring one. We’ve had gyro aiming, new Mythics, and even some pretty unexpected collaborations with the likes of Uncharted and Anderson .Paak, of all people.

Fortnite is free-to-play on PC via the Epic Games Store, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Android.

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