Fortnite: Chapter 4 – Season 1 has been notable for a lot of reasons. Whether it’s the brand new map, tonnes of new mechanics, or a seemingly constant barrage of crossover skins, it’s been a season for the ages. However, it’s also been one of the longest with quite a dry amount of content at points, leaving plenty of players wondering when Chapter 4 – Season 1 ends. Well, there’s not much longer left to wait.
Fortnite: Chapter 4 – Season 1 is currently scheduled to end on Friday, March 10th, 2023, meaning that the season will have lasted for 96 days in total. While this doesn’t make it the longest season ever, the long stretches without many updates due to the Christmas break for Epic made it one of the most inconsistent in terms of content output.
Season 1 was actually due to end a day later, but Epic brought it forwards, presumably to get the update out there sooner. Curiously, Epic have gone back to updating new seasons in the middle of the week after experimenting with releasing them on the weekend for the last few new seasons.
Plenty of things changed on the island over the course of Season 1, with the return of Dragon Ball, collaborations with properties like Dead Space, and new concerts with talents like The Kid Laroi. However, it must be said that other kinds of new content felt very thin on the ground this season, with the crossovers really doing a lot of the heavy lifting. The storyline, for instance, didn’t seem to move forward much at all, and it doesn’t seem like there will be any kind of event.
Here’s hoping all that changes with Season 3, which will reportedly include Eren Yaeger as part of the Battle Pass to promote the final part of the final season of Attack on Titan. There are other huge changes in the offing too, according to leakers, with a distinct Neo-Tokyo style to the map, new weapons, and even the return of some beloved POIs.
Don’t forget to complete your Battle Pass before March 8th, as you won’t be able to unlock characters like DOOM Slayer and Geralt after the season ends.
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