Fans are already starting to ask when will Fortnite Season 9 end and Season 10 start?
And this is usually down to the building hype surrounding the season-end finale, hosted by Epic Games on live servers.
From what has been shared so far, it looks like there is going to be a big showdown between two big brutes and it’s something that fans won’t want to miss.
A monster showdown certainly looks to be in the making but how long did fans have to wait until Fortnite Season 9 ends and Season 10 begins?
This question has been made a little more complicated with Epic Games’ pre-arranged holiday plans and the upcoming Fortnite World Cup.
Most seasons are built to run for 10 weeks, offering fans plenty of changes to unlock new skins and items via the Battle Pass.
Epic Games has also been hosting a lot of new events for the game during Season 9, making it a good time to log in.
And Season 9 is probably going to be extended for around two-weeks extra, due to the currently ongoing vacation.
With the combination of this and the Fortnite World Cup, we would predict that Fortnite Season 10 will not begin until early August.
It doesn’t seem likely that Epic Games will want to make big changes to the map just before a large eSports event.
The PlayStation Store event page for Fortnite Battle Royale was updated just before Season 9 started, providing a small leak of information.
This included the news that Season 9 would end on August 1, 2019, although this is very old information at this point.
However, it still backs up the idea that Fortnite Season 10 will start in early August, rather than the last week of July.
And the Fortnite World Cup is going to be a very big event for Epic Games and Twitch.
The Fortnite World Cup Finals takes place at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center’s Arthur Ashe Stadium, in New York City, from July 26-28.
And all ticketed fans who attend the three-day event will receive V-Bucks and a Season 10 Battle Pass, according to Epic Games.
Everyone who attends the event will receive a code that can be applied to his/her Epic account to redeem the V-Bucks and Season 10 Battle Pass.
The codes will be physically distributed at the event and will be limited to one code per attendee.
Epic Games also confirmed that the Season 10 Battle Pass will become active with the Season 10 launch and not immediately upon receiving the code.
The Fortnite World Cup has a confirmed prize pool of $30 million, with the champion earning $3 million for their victory.
Hundreds of Pro Fortnite players will be attendance for Solo and Duo matches, with each guaranteed $50,000 for attending.