Epic Games has announced a date for its awaited Fortnite‘s next season. The company said it’s coming by February 20th. That’s like four months and above after Chapter 2 started, which makes the current season the longest in the battle royale’s history.
In November last year, Epic Game said it was pushing back the second season of Chapter 2 to early February so it can focus on holiday updates. Meanwhile, its statement is showing that the season won’t start until 20th.
The game developer didn’t give detail of what to expect in Season 2 but he said that there’ll be more overtime challenges and a two-week event before it kicks off.
We are expecting a major update by early next month which will overhaul the physics engine Epic Games expects that there’ll be some hiccups as it transitions to Unreal Engine’s Chaos system, so it’s experimenting with a small group of players and will refine everything very soon. The Chaos engine could make environmental damage much more detailed and interactive.
v11.50 will feature Unreal Engine’s Chaos physics engine, which can allow for stuff such as what you see in this image to happen in Fortnite! pic.twitter.com/O22nwUybwC
— FireMonkey • Fortnite Intel 🎄 (@iFireMonkey) January 24, 2020