When is the Fortnite: Chapter 4 – Season 2 Event?

Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2
Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2

Fortnite: Chapter 4 – Season 2 has been a season of great change, though not in the narrative sense at all. In fact, Chapter 4 in general has been very light on lore, and as such there’s been little indication that we will get any kind of event to close out the chapter. So, is anything happening after all, do we have a new Fortnite event to look forward to?

The unfortunate reality is that no event has been announced for Chapter 4 – Season 2, and an event is very unlikely to happen with the season ending on June 9th, 2023. If anything big was happening, Epic would have started marketing it at least a few days ago.

However, players can at least look forward to Summer Game Fest on June 8th, where a new trailer for Season 3 will be shown.

We haven’t actually had an event at all this year for Fortnite, with the last one being Fracture that closed out Chapter 3, which was also arguably one of the most underwhelming Fortnite events to date. Paradigm saved the island from total devastation by the Herald, and now she and the rest of The Seven are nowhere to be seen. Since then, really not much has changed in terms of Fortnite’s story.

Fortnite’s events have really started to slow down in general, as Epic used to release one pretty much every season. Now, we’re lucky to get one every three seasons. You can understand why, though — it’s important that developers don’t get burned out while churning out so many things for the game at once, and also it’ll help any new event to feel like more of a big deal.

Still, though, it’s hard to shake the feeling that Fortnite is spinning its wheels narratively at the minute. Really not a lot has changed in almost six months, but with Season 3 looking like it will bring at least a significant map change, maybe things will start gearing up again as we are now presumably halfway through Chapter 4, if Epic are sticking to the yearly releases of new chapters.

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