Fortnite Season 4 announced, possible superhero theme inbound

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Perhaps the superhero in the image is somehow tied to the comet, or maybe this is just more evidence that the destruction of Tilted Towers will finally come in season 4. The meteorites are far from just being visual though; they're adding a new dimension to the game as they rain upon the map destroying buildings and killing players unfortunate enough to be in their path.

One Redditor thinks that the comet is actually a UFO, citing a Save the World quest in which a character called Lars mentions signals from space and a friend who was recently abducted.

Fortnite, specifically its Battle Royale spin-off mode, has been blowing up since its release past year in both players and monthly revenue. According to Forbes, Epic Games posted a #Tweet showing what is inside the meteor.

One of the best aspects of Fortnite is that it is completely free to play, which is a big plus when compared to PUBG, a similar battle royale game that costs $29.99 on the Xbox One. What the consequences will be exactly is still to be determined, but in the meantime, read our theory behind the meteor and check out some more leaked skins.

Different theories can arise after seeing this superhero image. Fortnite isn't just a game that appeals to the gaming community, it is something that people see a flawless avenue to express the timeless ideals of friendly competition and connecting with others. This time around, it's a more direct approach, with an announcement for Season 4.

With the season ending very soon and Epic Games posting such a Tweet, everyone is sitting on the edge of their seats waiting for more juicy information to drop to see what the next season is all about. It's safe to say that we should expect the new season within the next couple of weeks - bringing a host of new rewards to loyal fans of the battle royale king.

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