It’s already been confirmed that the Fortnite Prisoner will have four stages that can be unlocked to complete a sizzling new look.
This process has already begun and is expected to end later this week with with Fortnite prisoner stage 4 skin unlock.
It’s been a long process to get here, with fans having to complete all the weekly challenges, including the extra Snowfall challenges.
And having completed all that, Battle Pass owners then had to complete each stage of the Prisoner skin through quests to progress further.
And with stage 3 of the Prisoner skin now unlocked, players are just waiting on that final phase.
Many want to know how to get to stage 4, completing the new Fortnite skin and providing the best design for it.
But for now, stage 4 of the prisoner skin is expected to stay locked until at least Tuesday, February 12.
This is when the next Fortnite update is expected to land and could contain more on the stage 4 Prisoner skin unlock.
So far, each phase has been unlocked on a Thursday, which during week 11 would be on Valentine’s Day.
And that seems as good a day as any to have stage 4 unlocked for everyone following the Snowfall quests to enjoy.
But what if the Fortnite Prisoner skin had a stage 5 to unlock? What would that look like?
Someone has done the honours of mocking up a stage 5 design for the prisoner, complete with spiky horn.
The design was shared on Reddit by Noblebatterfly and sees the Prisoner’s lava spots ignite into open flame.
“Y’know that does look sick, but the flames would block FOV like crazy,” one user commented.
“I mean I’d still wear it because I’m a fashionnite, but I tend to put myself at a disadvantage with my skins anyways.”
Another posted: “ One feature I would like in the future is reactive styles. Instead of this being the ‘stage 5’ make it a reactive feature of the stage 4 style.
“Of course it goes without saying that this would be a nice feature for other skins, not just the Prisoner, but his stage 4 is the perfect place to start.
Challenge skins are also usually connected in some way to the new theme of the next season.
Some fans believe that we could see Polar Peak transformed into a lava pit, complete with a volcano.
Could Fortnite season 8 begin with a huge earthquake that will cause major map changes?
Earthquakes have already started to hit the Fortnite map, after first leaking as part of the update 7.30 game files.
Season 7 is scheduled to end by February 28, meaning there’s only a short time left before the final events start to play at.
The change is due to a two-week break for Epic staff over Christmas, meaning Season 7 of Fortnite lasts 12 weeks.
One of those events will be Share the Love celebrations which is scheduled to end on February 27 – which is “right before the arrival of Season 8”.
So more answers could arrive in the coming days for the dedicated fanbase for Fortnite Battle Royale.