Fortnite Server Down: Login and matchmaking issues hit hundreds

Fortnite Server Down: Login and matchmaking issues hit hundreds

Battle Royale has quickly proven that being first to market does not always translate into big sales.

The sheer social experience that is afforded to Fortnite players is something that hasn't been accomplished since hit online games like Call of Duty and Halo.

A start date for Fortnite Season 4 has not yet been confirmed, but Season 3 will be wrapping up on May 3rd. Fortnite is also multi-platform, allowing users to play the game on the PC, PS4, Xbox One, and iOS. You can even play Fortnite on iPhone. Fortnite: Battle Royale is now free to play on PlayStation, Xbox, PC, and mobile devices.

There's no official date for the start of Season 4 just yet, but an image taken from the Battle Pass page on the game's official website suggests that Season 4 begins in early May.

Speculation first arose after players spotted odd objects in the sky of the map, and data miners found sources with the description "meteor" in the game files.

However, if you log in to Fortnite right now, you'll have to add falling meteors to the list of dangers to avoid in the game. The developer is still gearing up for something notable as a meteor impact is imminent. Hold tight, and stay out of Tilted Towers!

That something will happen "tomorrow" seems unlikely, especially when you consider the current season of Fortnite doesn't end until April 30, ahead of Fortnite Season 4.

Putting two and two together, it looks like the meteor crash is coming!

As you might imagine, fans are ultra excited by the prospect of a superhero theme for the season. If the rumblings are to be believed, we could soon see the hugely popular Fortnite on Nintendo Switch, with a reveal expected to be shown at the Nintendo Spotlight: E3 2018 presentation in June.

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