Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 release date speculation and leaks

While we have an idea of the Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 release date, there are only breadcrumbs to go on when it comes to new changes and collaborations.

Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 - a player with long black hair holding a machine gun. He is standing on a rock looking at the island, which is floating in space.

Want to know everything about the Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 release date? Now a fragmented husk of its former self, the island was destroyed following the invasion of The Nothing and their Chrome herald. It seems that, for now, at least, relative peace has returned. However, the map wasn’t the only thing to change, with new mechanics altering how to win the game.

If Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 is anything like the free PC game’s current season, then get ready for some game-changing new mechanics, such as Fortnite augments that give players perks in the heat of battle. Of course, you can also ride Fortnite dirt bikes, slurp on Fortnite Slap Juice, and open Fortnite Oathbound chests for all the current game-breaking weapons.

Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 release date speculation

The Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 release date is around March 10, 2023. This new season arrives on a Monday, which is generally when new seasons begin, and the date is based on the fact the Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1 battle pass lasts until March 10.

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Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 leaks and changes

So far, there hasn’t been much to go off for Chapter 4 Season 2 leaks. This is because, generally, whenever there is a leak, it’s for a new feature coming to the current season and rarely will you see anything appear this far out.

One source of hints from recent patches has been Epic Games founder and CEO Tim Sweeney, who occasionally tweets cryptic clues about upcoming seasons.

So far, we’ve heard a few things from him. The first was a tweet that says, “Next year on iOS!”. This follows the battle royale game being removed from Apple’s app store and a subsequent lawsuit filed against the multi-million dollar corporation. This lawsuit has now ended, but in response to the filing, Sweeney tweeted that “Fortnite will return to the iOS App Store when and where Epic can offer in-app payment in fair competition with Apple in-app payment, passing along the savings to consumers.” It’s currently unknown if an agreement has been reached since the September 2021 ruling.

Mustard has recently tweeted a cryptic video of the coastline, as well as changed his profile significantly. His banner image is now that of arctic scenery, his locations as ‘The Frozen Place’, and his profile picture of hands.

The other big thing we know right now is that Fortnite Creative 2.0 won’t be coming in the next few weeks. Tim Sweeney, Epic Games founder and CEO, replied to a tweet asking about an update to say that the company is “now targeting March.”

Sadly though, there aren’t many Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 details to go off right now. That said, the current season is in full swing and has plenty of new features. Catch up on the latest changes to the Fortnite weapons roster and alterations to the Fortnite map to get the edge on the competition.