The Fortnite Doomsday Device charges up. If the live event happens right before Chapter 3 Season 3 of Fortnite starts, there are about 10 days left until that happens. Chapter 3: Season 2 is expected to end on or before June 3, so there isn’t much time left for players to go to the Tilted Towers POI, get the new Prowler skin, and unlock different styles for Doctor Strange.
In the meantime, the Doomsday Device that appeared near Loot Lake seems to have started to work. Leaks have given hints about what it will do and how it will do it, but it looks like the process has now begun.
The power has been turned on to the first part of the Doomsday device. As the live event gets closer, most likely more parts will be amplified to build up to a climactic end. Here’s what you need to know as a player.
About 3.3% of the power goes into the Fortnite Doomsday Device before the live event.
Before, the Doomsday Device was used to try to stop the storm. It was first made and run by Midas and G.H.O.S.T., who wanted to do good with it. In fact, if they could, they would probably work directly with The Seven in the current war situation.
But their powerful Device is now in the hands of the Imagined Order, which is not a good thing at all. Now, the IO wants to use it for bad things and keep the loop going with the loopers stuck in it.
The Doomsday Device was found on the map near Loot Lake and Tilted Towers after the v20.40 update last week. A recent leak showed that the Device could charge up and fire a blast that was very powerful.
This means that when the Fortnite Doomsday Device reaches 30 bars, it will probably be able to destroy large parts of the map without much trouble.
The Fortnite Doomsday Device charges up.
Since the POI is close to the Doomsday Device, it’s likely that Tilted Towers will be destroyed again, and it’s almost certain at this point.
As it keeps getting stronger, its blasts will likely get stronger and stronger. They may also have a wider range, which could mean that Tilted Towers will be joined by places like The Fortress, Coney Crossroads, and Shifty Shafts.
At the moment, Fortnite players don’t have to worry about it. It will probably take a while for the Doomsday Device to fully power up, but that day is coming, and it’s coming sooner than anyone might have thought.
No one should be surprised if the last live event happens at the same time as the Device is fully turned on. There may be a countdown clock coming to Fortnite soon.
Most of this information comes from leaks, so it should be taken with a grain of salt. This is just a guess until it actually happens in the game.