After four seasons of all-new content, Epic Games has injected a healthy dose of nostalgia into the fifth season of Fornite Chapter 4, officially called Season OG, by bringing back the Chapter 1 map for players to experience once moreover. The OG Season also included weekly updates to add elements from the different seasons of Chapter 1, making it a fun adventure through what Fortnite was years ago. However, the OG season ends on December 2, which is when Fortnite’s next live event, The Big Bang, goes live.
The Big Bang begins on Saturday, December 2 at 11 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET, and Epic says: “This event marks a new beginning for Fortnite. »
Before the event begins, Epic says players will see The Big Bang in the Battle Royale tile in Fortnite’s Discovery section 30 minutes before it begins; This way you can jump in before the event starts to connect with friends and get your cosmetics in order. And speaking of friends, The Big Bang will accommodate groups of up to four players.
The Big Bang will be available wherever you play the most recent version of Fortnite, including PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, and PC. If you won’t be near a dedicated gaming device during the event, you can check it out by using Xbox Cloud Gaming, Nvidia GeForce Now, and Amazon Luna services to play Fortnite via cloud streaming on your computer or device mobile.
“To prepare for the Big Bang, Epic-created Fortnite experiences will be disabled starting at noon ET on December 2,” Epic wrote in a blog post. “Creator-created experiences will remain enabled until the Fortnite v28.00 downtime begins at 11:30 p.m. ET.”
While we wait for The Big Bang event, read everything you need to know about Fortnite Chapter 4: Season OG, then find out how Epic says it’s aware it missed the mark with a recent cosmetic restriction update for Fortnite.
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