Fortnite Season 10 begins this weekend, so let's look at everything we know so far.
The great battle of Cattus Vs Doggus has ended and a mysterious ball has been left in Loot Lake that will undoubtedly unleash more insanity in Fortnite map to mark the beginning of season 10.
The first preview of Season 10 came yesterday, asking players to "think", which shows us that the ball will take us back to the past.
Think again 8.1.2019 pic.twitter.com/StlbA42Cwj
– Fortnite (@FortniteGame) July 28, 2019
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The new Heist mask is also revealed, implying that the new Heist mode may return this summer in Season 10.
With all that in mind, let's look at everything Fortnite Season 10 is the buzz we know so far.
Fortnite Season 10 start date
Fortnite Season 10 begins at August 1, 2019, after two weeks of overtime challenges. There will be several hours of inactivity throughout the day 9 AM BST / 4 AM ET / 1 PT in the morning before you can jump.
Fortnite Season 10 Battle Pass
The new Battle Pass will be available for around £ 7, 99 or 950 V-Bucks in-game. This will be announced in the morning. August 1, and some players may have enough XP to bring back from Season 9 depending on how many levels you complete. We will update you with any Battle Pass information as soon as possible.
Fortnite Season 10 changes the map
The volcano finally erupted last season, and the surrounding area became a Pressure Factory. Robot Doggus finally defeated Cattus, leaving the pressure plant empty and Cattus's noisy frame. We might see the Doggus robot again in Season 10, who knows.
Mysterious orbs grow in size and are very active in Loot Lake, and a recent tweet shows that time travel back in time will be something in Season 10. At the very least, we can expect to see some ancient locations reappear on the map, such as Dusty Depot.
We can also see various trips to the future, as we did with the futuristic Hyper Mall and Neon Tilted in Season 9.
The pressure factory is now empty, making it unclear if the Doggus mechanism will return or if the location will be destroyed.
Fortnite Season 10 rumor
Donald Mustard, Creative Director at Epic Games, often changes his location to reflect what's coming Fortnite. Mustard as recently changed it from Zero Point, which is a clear reference to the orb.
Most of the changes to the map have been at the top right of the map for the past few seasons, so it will be interesting to see what comes and what happens in Season 10.
Theft skin was discovered just a few weeks ago and we could see theft involving some time travel this year, which will add something new to fashion.
Rumors are circulating that the map will switch between old and new locations throughout the season, which means that some challenges can only be solved when certain locations are on the map.
This will make completing weekly challenges much more difficult because you only have a certain number of weeks where you can complete them.
Season 10 can also be called Season X, due to the presence of a large X in the trailer. While X is a Roman numeral to 10, it may have other meanings that will become clear as more progress is revealed.
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