As Chapter 4 Season 1’s Oathbound season of Fortnite approaches its conclusion, Chapter 4 Season 2 is drawing near.
With the upcoming start of Chapter 4 Season 2, the game’s 24th season, Fortnite shows no indications of slowing down. It’s been enjoyable playing Chapter 4’s first season, which introduced us to the Reality Augments perk system and some interesting new weapons like the Shockwave Hammer (even if it was so busted that it had to be removed for a while). A new batch of Dragon Ball Super skins was also released, in addition to some intriguing new collaborations with Doom, Dead Space, The Witcher, and other games. Chapter 4 Season 2 hopefully will increase the tempo even more.
The Most Wanted event is currently taking place in Fortnite, so not much is known about Chapter 4 Season 2. However, here is everything you can anticipate seeing based on what we know so far.
Beginning of Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2
Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1 will conclude early on March 8 despite having an initial end date of March 11, according to a tweet from Epic Games’ @FortniteStatus account.
We can probably anticipate Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 to launch on Thursday, March 9 because historically, a new season of Fortnite begins the day after the previous season concludes. A precise commencement time has not yet been disclosed by Epic Games. A new season’s start time is never predictable, so we’ll update as soon as Epic Games announces it.
All platforms, including Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Android, and PC, are expected to receive the update at the same time.
File size for Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2
Epic Games has yet to reveal the size of the new season’s content upgrade, despite new Fortnite seasons typically bringing a significant content update. Depending on the platform, Chapter 4 Season 1’s size varied from 11.8GB to 17.4GB.
Although Chapter 4 Season 1 introduced an entirely new island, we don’t anticipate Chapter 4 Season 2 to bring a similar update. Nonetheless, it might be worthwhile to make some room on your hard drive just in case.
Chapter 4 Season 2 Battle Ticket for Fortnite
Before the start of the new season, we won’t know what is included in the Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 Battle Pass. The game’s Battle Stars unlocking system, which has been in place since Chapter 2 Season 7, and 100 tiers are presumably safe bets.
New costumes for Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2
There isn’t much information available yet about new Fortnite skins for Chapter 4 Season 2, but there is one rumor that might refer to a Battle Pass design.
Since some Family Guy clip files were discovered in 2021 alongside the Street Fighter Ryu and Chun-Li costumes as a placeholder, there have been rumors of a Family Guy and Fortnite collaboration. Family Guy was noticed on a computer during a state of Unreal presentation for the beginning of Chapter 3 Season 1 last year. Darth Vader, Doom, and Indiana Jones were also on this roster; all three have since made appearances in the game.
Popular Fortnite leaker ShiinaBR reported last month that a male skin with the pseudonym “FrenchFry” — which corresponds to the codename of those files discovered in 2021 — was being developed. Shiina tweeted, “Stop giving me hope Shiina, it’s never happening,” and someone replied, “Stop giving me hope Shiina, it’s never happening,” the leaker replied, “You on March 11,” along with an image of Peter Griffin dancing. Peter Griffin might be eligible for a Fortnite skin in the upcoming Battle Pass given that March 11 was the initial release date of Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2.
Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 new map
Nothing has been made public just yet, but every new season tends to add a few new places to the grid. We might see Tilted Towers as a component of Chapter 4 Season 2 because data miners have discovered some files suggesting that it might return in Chapter 4.
When the second season of Chapter 3 debuted last year, it added eight new named places. Some of these freshly named places were updates to already existing places, such as Covert Cavern being replaced by Command Cavern. When Chapter 4 Season 2 debuts, perhaps we can anticipate something comparable.
Second-season Fortnite Chapter 4 first-person gameplay
Since last June, when Fortnite leaker @HYPEX disclosed that Epic Games appeared to have started working on the mode, there have been rumors about a first-person mode for the game. Prior to lately, not much was known about the addition of new files for a first-person mode in the 23.30 update, according to @ShiinaBR. causing a rumor that Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 might be getting a first-person game.
The addition of Zero Build mode in Chapter 3 Season 2 was, of course, the last major change to the gameplay. There is precedent for the addition of a new gameplay option in a new chapter’s second season.