Published: Sun, October 13, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Fortnite 'Chapter 2' appears to have been leaked by Apple

Fortnite 'Chapter 2' appears to have been leaked by Apple

It turns out that Fortnite Season 11 may be an entirely revamped version of Fortnite called Fortnite Chapter 2, according to a leaked promotional image on the Italian Apple App Store.

Apex Legends, PUBG and other battle royale brawlers have added maps over time, but not Fortnite - you've had to be content with revisions (if sometimes dramatic ones) to the existing layout.

It also wouldn't be too big of a stretch to assume that Season 11 is essentially "Part 2" of Fortnite. Normally the season ending events occur ahead of that moment by a few days, allowing online play to continue immediately after they have concluded.

Fortnite Season 10's The End event takes place on Sunday, October 13 at the following times: 7 pm BST, 2 pm ET, 11 am PT.

The new event is scheduled to go live at 7pm in the UK, or 2pm EST if you live in the United States.

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Whatever happens during today's Fortnite event, it appears that a new chapter is starting in-game.

As a result, people have new places to explore each season, but the general layout and structure of the map stays the same. (Yes, the game still hasn't technically officially released.) Of course, exact details are still up in the air and most of this is connecting the dots between leaks and rumors and what Epic has announced so far.

Introducing a brand new map could be a real shot in the arm for Fortnite, not that it really needs it, given that it's still one of the most popular games in the world - despite a reported 52 percent drop in revenue when compared to previous year.

And from past seasonal changeovers, it seems pretty likely that a big new patch and server downtime will be required.

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