Fortnite: Chapter 3 – Season 3 may go down as the game’s best summer season to date, with heaps of new content added over time and plenty of variety. To put the cherry on top of the last few months of Vibin’, you’re probably looking forward to the Fortnite: Chapter 3 – Season 3 event.
Fortnite events are typically felt through the pop culture and gaming industry, huge showcases of Epic’s cinematic eye with the story that’s been building up over the course of a season. The most recent one, The Collision, saw a giant mecha finally return to cast IO aside, but do we have a Season 3 event to look forward to?
Unfortunately, there is no Fortnite: Chapter 3 – Season 3 event currently scheduled. While Epic could technically surprise drop an update featuring the event files, there is nothing left in the most recent update that could make an event a reality. There have been no leaks to suggest an event will be happening in Season 3, either. We may have to wait until the launch of Fortnite Paradise before we see the next Fortnite event.
However, just because there is no event for this season, it doesn’t mean that Season 3 has been a bust narratively. Vibin’ quest have filled in a lot of background details about The Seven, while the Zero War comics have given us our first proper look at Geno and also given us some of the answers that we were waiting for. Historically, Fortnite chapters tend to start off somewhat slowly in terms of events and story progress, but The Collision was so big that it may have given us enough action for a few seasons yet.
Season 4 (titled Paradise) will almost certainly have an event, though, considering that it’s a Halloween season. Leaks have suggested that we will see some kind of boss similar to the Storm King, or maybe even the return of the Storm King itself. That strange silver substance seen in early previews is bound to play a huge part in the season too.
And while Season 3 may not have technically had an event in the traditional sense, the debut of Dragon Ball Z is a crossover event that few of us are likely to forget in a hurry.
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