When does Fortnite season 4 start and what will the theme be?

When does Fortnite season 4 start and what will the theme be?

When does Fortnite season 4 start and what will the theme be?
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Fortnite’s season 3 Battle Pass is starting to come to an end and many fans are now starting to speculate as to what the next theme will be.

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Season 3 has focused on the theme of space with plenty of astronaut skins and spaceship gliders, as well as a meteor appearing to close in on the map.

The season 3 Battle Pass has provided 100 tiers for players to progress through, unlocking plenty of cosmetic items along the way.

If you are wondering when season 4 will start and what will the new theme be, then here is all of the information you need to know.

When does Fortnite season 4 start and what will the theme be?
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When does Fortnite season 4 start?

Epic Games has yet to confirm a specific start date for season 4, but the season 3 Battle Pass is currently scheduled to end on Monday 30th April.

Fortnite’s season 4 Battle Pass is likely to start shortly after season 3 ends, either on Tuesday 1st May or more likely during the weekly update on Thursday 3rd May.

There is a chance this could change if Epic Games decides to extend season 3 and give players more time to unlock the items, but it is unlikely to be for more than one day.

When does Fortnite season 4 start and what will the theme be?
The season 3 theme is space (Epic Games)

What will the Fortnite season 4 theme be?

Many Fortnite players are starting to wonder what they can expect from season 4 of Fortnite.

Whilst season 2 focused more on Medieval style items, season 3 has revolved mostly around space, with astronaut skins and spaceship gliders being a big focus.

Epic Games has yet to confirm what the next theme will be, but Fortnite fans have been throwing around plenty of speculation and hopes for what it could be.

Some predictions include a Colonial Era theme, as well as pirates, ancient Egypt, ninjas, dinosaurs and aliens.

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