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The Galactus event in Fortnite could have a similar ending as the "Black Hole" event

Fortnite Galactus showdown is expected to happen before 3rd December 2020 (Image via Epic Games/Pluto V2)
Fortnite Galactus showdown is expected to happen before 3rd December 2020 (Image via Epic Games/Pluto V2)
Modified 20 Nov 2020, 16:04 IST

The Fortnite update 14.60 has finally arrived, and as expected, the new additions and information that was recently revealed have left the community into a state of frenzy.

Patch 14.60 has also been confirmed to be the last update of Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 4, after which players will transition into the new season. The Fortnite update 14.60 is also expected to shed light on Galactus’ plan that will allegedly decide the fate of the island.

Throughout the season, a variety of theories surfaced. Some hinted towards total destruction of the Fortnite Battle Royale island, while others took the rational route based on the hints that were carefully placed in the game.

One such theory suggested that Tony Stark’s Battle bus was actually a means to travel inter-dimensionally. In Season 5, players will be able to travel to both the existing map and the old one simultaneously.

There is no way to find out for sure which theory comes to fruition until the end-of-season arrives. However, most players had expected an answer in the form of a leak that would usually arrive shortly after Fortnite update 14.60.

This time, it looks like data-leakers have taken a collective stance to avoid leaking event-related information that could spoil the fun for many.

Regardless, a select few leakers decided to post-event details, which was later brought to attention by popular leaker "HYPEX."


Another Black Hole event allegedly on its way

An interesting theory that has been going around since the update suggests that Fortnite may meet the same fate it did during the Black Hole event.

Neither Epic nor leakers don't seem to have verified whether the news is true or false. The theory suggests that once the end-of-season event concludes, Fortnite servers will be down for three days, and the following loading screen will be displayed during the time.

Earlier in August this year, Donald Mustard, via a tweet, hinted about the story kicking into "overdrive," and based on an educated guess, the end-of-season event is likely when this is bound to happen.


Although leakers refrained from revealing sensitive information that could ruin the event, minor leaks like the event size in-game files suggest something "game-changing" is on its way.

Published 20 Nov 2020, 16:04 IST
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