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When does Fortnite Season 9 end and Season 10 start? How long do you have to do your challenges? What will the final weeks of Season 9 have in store for us? Find out the Fortnite Season 10 release date here.

The last week of Season 9 challenges just went live. Most of the time, this means there's only one week left in the season. Season 9 is a bit different than most, though.

The first thing that's different is that the Fortnite team took a break for the summer. We saw the same thing happen during Season 7 when Epic extended the season for an extra week for Christmas.

Season 9 is also home to the Fortnite World Cup. For once, Epic isn't going to make any massive map and meta changes before a major eSports event - something that's a bit refreshing considering their past.

This all means that Season 9 of Fortnite is going to extend past the World Cup, which is set to take place July 26 through July 28.

As of today, July 11, there are still 20 days left in this season. That means almost three weeks to complete the rest of your challenges and Fortbytes before the season ends.

This puts the start date of Season 10 at August 1, 2019.

What We Hope for the Last Three Weeks

Season 9 was the first season to introduce Fortbytes, which means there's more content than there usually is with just the Battle Pass.

Still, there are quite a few players who have finished enough of their Fortbyte challenges to get the Singularity skin, meaning they won't have much to do for the last three weeks of the season.

So, what will Epic have in store for us for the remaining weeks?

Overtime challenges are the best guess, and we'll likely be able to unlock new styles for some of the Battle Pass characters.

When Epic went on break for Christmas, they also gave us the chance to unlock the next Battle Pass for free.

This would be fantastic, but it's probably a pipe dream. Epic going up against the newly-popular Apex Legends at the time and wanted to win some of their player base back.

What do you hope for with the last few weeks of Season 9? Let us know on Twitter @FortniteTracker

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Jimmy Russo

Jimmy is a passionate gamer and writer from Boston, MA. He plays Fortnite on Xbox One. You can find him in Creative Mode practicing his 90's. Follow him on Twitter @JimmyDangus

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