Fortnite Season 10 is almost over, but we'll have to wait another week to see what Season 11 will bring us.
As many fans expected, Epic has delayed the start of Fortnite Season 11 to October 13.
This wasn't much of a surprise considering everything surrounding Fortnite Season 11. We haven't gotten any sort of a countdown to the upcoming event and the Overtime missions were just released with today's patch.
Epic has delayed Season 11 by one week, which means it's still set to end on a Sunday.
Yep it got delayed! pic.twitter.com/3LSLhCiXRM— HYPEX - Fortnite Leaks & News (@HYPEX) October 2, 2019
Before the delay, Season 11 was set to begin on October 5. The event would have happened either Saturday or Sunday, leading into Season 11.
We have already heard a lot about the season-ending event that will bring Season X to a close. This looks to be the first event that will transition us directly into a new Fortnite season.
The big reason for this transition is the presumed new map we may be getting. The event is supposedly called "The End," and we saw a list of 12 POIs leaked. All signs point to a new map for Fortnite Season 11.
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