Wondering how many more weeks of slaying henchmen and dallying about in disguise you’ll have before the Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2 end date. Players were understandably thrilled when Epic Games pressed the reset button last season, bringing an overly long season with little in the way of fresh content to a close. However, initial reactions to the spy-themed Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2 have been overwhelmingly positive – although not everyone is a fan of the new Ghost or Shadow skin choice – with the new points of interest, AI henchmen, bosses, and Mythic weapons providing heaps of content for new and returning players to sink their teeth into.
Standard Fortnite seasons tend to run for ten weeks, but they are inevitably delayed for a couple of weeks to allow for additional development times – and, of course, for players to cram in some last-ditch Battle Pass progress.
The whopping delay that was attached to last season was something of an anomaly, so we don’t expect the Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2 end date to be pushed back much further than those standard ten weeks.
Epic Games has been kind enough to let us in on the date via an in-game message that pops up when you buy the Battle Pass. The message is about a refund policy for the Battle Pass and suggests the Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2 end date is April 30, 2020. This is exactly ten weeks after the season launched, so it doesn’t allow for any overtime challenges or delays. Still, it gives you a rough idea of what to expect from the current Fortnite season, plus when you can anticipate the next one to arrive.