Naturally, this means a new Battle Pass is upon us.
Season 3's Battle Pass will consist of 100 tiers this time. It grants access to exclusive cosmetic rewards as you progress through the system's tiers.
Epic Games has unveiled details on Fortnite's upcoming Season 3, as Season 2 draws to a close, with a host of new rewards up for grabs, including the Mission Specialist Outfit and more unlockable cosmetic goodies for your character as you climb the tiers.
From there you will have the option to purchase the Battle Pass which will cost 950 V-Bucks which comes to around £7/$10.
Unlocking these perks takes serious time, but the inclusion of stackable, persistent Weekly Challenges further lightens the load.
Because these challenges stack, you'll even be able to purchase the battle pass halfway through the season and not miss out on any content.
Thankfully, Redditor JustMooney1, an Epic Games community co-ordinator said the Fortnite season 3 release date is Thursday February 22 2018.
According to game developer Epic Games, it has received feedback from users that many players are able to exploit this weapon, which was originally created to have a long reload time to balance out its high damage.
Gamers that don't have the time to grind it out can purchase their way through the pass at 150 V-Bucks per tier. As the company revealed, you'll still be able to complete the battle pass in 75-150 hours with the help of boosts and challenges provided in it, however, you can buy your way into any tier for 150 V-Bucks. However, the additional tiers bring with them even more outfits, banners, and emoticons as well as all new items like Back Blings, new sky diving effects, and loading screens. Well, because of all of these complaints, Epic Games, who is the developer of this game, have made a decision to try and make it up to fans by not only fixing some of the weapon issues but by also adding new weapons. The reason that fans know about this is because once players logged into their "Fortnite: Battle Royale" accounts, they received an update message.
However, this release got pushed back by a day - meaning Fortnite season 3 will launch on the day Epic Games usually rolls out its updates.
Developers also plan to experiment with larger team modes and games where players have less time between each circle.