Season 7 of Fortnite will start in the first week of December

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However, we saw how, at the start of Season 5 a whole new biome could be added to the game, changing up gameplay dramatically.

EPIC games will need to do something big to top Season 6, as it’s already 10x more impressive than Season 5 ever was.

Season 7 of Fortnite will start in the first week of December

If there’s one thing we know about Epic Games, it’s that they LOVE a seasonal event

One thing we can almost guarantee to fans of Fortnite is that EPIC will be running Christmas themed event’s throughout the entirety of Season 7.

We can expect to see snow, skins and potentially the whole theme to be surrounding by X-mas magic.

After weeks of rumours and speculations, it seems as though we have finally had confirmation of what we all suspected…

The theme of Fortnite Season 7 is going to involve A LOT of snow.
This would be awesome!

However, this is Fortnite we’re talking about, they were never going to just drop a load of snow on the map and be done with it.

According to recent leaks from notorious Fortnite leaker ‘FNBRLeaks‘ an Ice Storm is said to heading towards the battle royale island.

With the current purple storm potentially being converted into a giant ice storm, we could see a number of things happen:

  • Every game could gradually find the map covered in snow as the map draws closer in
  • Storm hugging would result in limited visibility and slowed down movement speed

Or we could just see the map covered in snow throughout the whole of the Christmas period!

Fortnite battle royale is about to get weird.

Last week a giant iceberg was spotted off the south coast of the battle royale island.

After players figured out how to get a closer look at the iceberg (through taking advantage of the replay mode) it appears EPIC games have decided to tease fans by making the iceberg go through a mysterious change.

The lights in the medieval castle that is frozen in the top of the iceberg just had its lights turned on.

It appears as though earlier fortnite v bucks generator prediction could become a reality, as the iceberg heads closer to the island it will begin to melt, revealing a medieval castle that will be integral to the storyline of Fortnite Season 7.

It has been revealed that the next big movie crossover with Fortnite will be with Wreck it Ralph.

Early leaks revealed an in-game clip of Ralph from the movie running across a black screen.

Players landing in Risky Reels then noticed the clip playing on the cinema screen, hinting that the LTM will come into play soon.

Wreck It RALPH – Coming to Fortnite! from FortNiteBR

In what can only be a joint venture between the movie’s studio and EPIC Games, the arcade styled protagonist of Disney’s Wreck it Ralph will be getting his own limited time mode in Fortnite.

Similar to the LTM where players could take control of Thanos from Avengers Infinity War, we can except EPIC Games to go all out with the new mode.

Fortnite’s account-merging support has finally arrived

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Epic Games lays out the conditions here. The big takeaway is that, after merging accounts, in-game items and V-Bucks from other accounts will be held for two weeks before merging in with the primary account.

Other details: Players will need access to all email addresses that are associated with the accounts to be merged. One of these accounts must have played on Xbox One or Nintendo Switch, and the other on PlayStation 4, before Sept. 28, 2018.

Battle Royale players may merge all of their cosmetic items. Save the World players may merge their Llamas, Defenders, Heroes, Schematics, Survivors, XP, Evolution and Perk Materials fortnite v bucks generator.

Account merging was announced at the end of September 2018, when Sony finally relented and allowed cross-console play on PlayStation 4. That had followed a summer in which Fortnitelaunched on Nintendo Switch, butplayers discovered they were locked out of their accounts there if they had already played the game on PS4. The resulting controversy eventually caused PlayStation to reverse its yearslong resistance to the idea of cross-console play.

However, in November, Epic Games announced that technical concerns would delay account merging into this year. Players didn’t seem to mind the delay, considering no one wanted to deal with buggy inventory management or the potential to lose items or currency.

However, it’s not the first time Fortnite has been caught up in controversy.

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The online battle royale game is free to access and has become increasingly popular, especially with kids and teens.

free v buck generator, when used legitimately, is used by players to buy clothes and weapons on their character’s behalf.

The game has already generated a staggering $US3 billion ($A4.2 billion) in less than three years of operation.

Mr Sweeney, who created the Epic Games company in his parents’ basement, has also skyrocketed up the Bloomberg Billionaires Index as a result of the game’s success, with his $US7.1 billion ($A9.9 billion) fortune earning him the 201st spot on the coveted list.

An Epic Games spokeswoman told the company was taking the allegations seriously and shared some safety tips for users.

“Epic Games takes these issues seriously, as chargebacks and fraud put our players and our business at risk,” she said.

“As always, we encourage players to protect their accounts by turning on two-factor authentication, not re-using passwords and using strong passwords, and not sharing account information with others.”

However, it’s not the first time Fortnite has been caught up in controversy.

Late last year, it made headlines after health experts claimed Fortnite addiction could be “as bad as heroin addiction”.

And last month Sydney gamer Luke James Munday sparked outrage after he was caught on camera allegedly assaulting his pregnant partner during a live stream after she asked him to stop playing Fortnite, which he had reportedly been doing for hours on end.

In the footage, Mr Munday, also known by his Twitch streaming name MrDeadMoth, can be heard repeatedly swearing at his partner as his children cry in the background, before a noise that sounds like a slap rings out