Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 start date, map changes, leaks and everything we know


When does Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 start: release date, map changes, leaks and everything we know:

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Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 start date, map changes, leaks and everything we know

Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 is slowly approaching and if you’re biting your nails to know what’s in store for us in this new episode of the Epic Games title, perhaps here you can find the information you need to calm your cravings.

When does Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 start?

Let’s start with the important. If we take the Battle Pass as a reference, the new season of Fortnite will start on June 4, 2022 . However, we cannot take anything for sure until Epic Games officially reveals the date.

We say this because there may be a final event that moves that date one or two days forward or backward. Although in the case of a new season and not a chapter, the date could be more adjusted.

Fortnite Map Changes

As always happens, a new season also implies changes to the map and this time, despite not knowing exactly the adjustments that Epic Games is going to make, some things have already been discussed.

According to a source, Tilted Towers could be altered by the action between IO and the 7. As stated, the blimp above the city will crash into it changing its layout. 

In addition, it is speculated that the lake water could disappear, since submerged chests have been seen that could contain loot once we have no liquid element in the area.

New battle pass and possible characters characters

There is no official material about the season 3 battle pass but it has also been rumored that the final skin of this season pass would be Indiana Jones , the intrepid and adventurous hero of the cinema.

Apart from this, another rumor revealed that one of the first collaborations of season 3 will be with Star Wars and will allow us to get Darth Vader , nothing more and nothing less. 

About the galactic franchise it’s time to talk, since the creative director of Epic Games, Donald Mustard, has made references to C-3PO and Chewbacca. More characters on the way?

While we wait for the news of Fortnite, remember that you can always take the opportunity to continue taking Victory Royales and fulfilling challenges of this season.

For more details, do not forget to check the news of this season 2 of chapter 3 of Fortnite.

Also read: How to use a turret on a vehicle in Fortnite to damage other people Chapter 3

Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 Week 11 Resistance Quests: Charge Packs, Cruising The Loop, And More

Charge up the mech’s batteries and take Peely for a nice drive before everything hits the fan.

We’re finally here, Loopers; the last week of Fortnite’s Chapter 3, Season 2. The Seven is gearing up for their final attack on the Imagined Order, and our job this week is to help gear up to launch the mech, make sure The Seven’s weapons work, and help Peely finish his driving lessons as a “last minute refresher” that coincidentally comes right before the mech launches. With four total quests, each granting 23,000 XP upon completion, that’s another 92,000 XP waiting to be claimed before the season ends with the Collision event on June 4.

Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 2, Week 11 Resistance Quests

  • (Stage 1/2): Establish Device Uplink near Rocky Reels or The Daily Bugle (1); (Stage 2/2): Activate an emergency beacon at Tilted Towers or Coney Crossroads (1): 23,000 XP
  • (Stage 1/3): Establish Device Uplink near Seven Outpost II or Seven Outpost V (1); (Stage 2/3): Equip the backpack and collect fuel cells near Command Cavern (1); (Stage 3/3): Return the backpack at least half-full to Seven Outpost II or Seven Outpost V (1): 23,000 XP
  • (Stage 1/2): Establish Device Uplink near Camp Cuddle or The Joneses (1); (Stage 2/2): Damage opponents with the MK-Seven Assault Rifle (500): 23,000 XP
  • (Stage 1/3): Establish Device Uplink near Condo Canyon or Logjam Lumberyard (1); (Stage 2/3): Bring a car or truck to any Seven Outpost (1); (Stage 3/3): Drive a car or truck between two Seven Outposts without exceeding a speed of 60 or leaving the vehicle (1): 23,000 XP

Establishing a Device Uplink is our bread and butter at this point–hit the map markers in the quest tracker and listen to our favorite members of The Seven tell you what to do and where to go.

The emergency beacons are located at Tilted Towers and Coney Crossroads, with one placed at each of the major road entrances/exits to the area. Find one and interact with it to complete The Origin’s quest for this week, and hear him explain how the upcoming battle will be one to remember.

The backpack and fuel cells are unfortunately not in the exact same place, so this one can get a bit tricky, but if you play your cards right, it shouldn’t be too much trouble. There’s a backpack located near the device uplink for this mission, so find it on your map (marked with a white, diamond-shaped exclamation mark) and pick it up.

The Imagined will explain the mission further once you’ve grabbed it; we need to find some blue, glowing fuel cells around Command Cavern and return the fully charged backpack to either Seven Outpost II or V. One small caveat–the charge on the pack will deplete as you move. Once you’ve got the backpack charged, try using the vents located around Command Cavern or the fans on the IO Airship to glide your way back to the outpost of your choice and return the pack for a quick way to finish this quest.

Next up, Jonesy wants you to find an MK-Seven assault rifle and take care of some target practice. Find one as ground loot or in a vending machine and get to work–the 500 damage should be pretty easy to rack up with the weapon’s speed, and with the damage not all needing to be dealt in one match, there’s plenty of opportunities to get it done.

Finally, Peely (by way of Jonesy) is requesting a last-minute refresher on driving skills before his next big mission. Find a car or truck somewhere around the map, get in, and head to any Seven outpost.

Once you get to the first outpost, you’ll get a new quest notification telling you to head to another Seven outpost, but to keep the speed under 60 and to stay in the vehicle at all costs. Using a controller is best here for speed control, unless any PC players feel like tapping the gas pedal at all times; but either way, keep an eye on the speedometer on the lower right-hand corner of the game’s HUD and make sure that speed doesn’t go over 60. Jonesy will come on the comms and tell you if you’re getting close to 60, so don’t sweat it if you’d prefer to watch the road.

A bugged quest has made this week even more open-ended than usual.

Thursday hits The Loop in Fortnite for a tenth time this season, as always bringing with it a handful of new quests for Loopers to hopefully complete this season’s battle pass–or grab some precious bonus levels for those extra rare skin styles. As per usual, we have seven quests, all worth 20,000 XP for a whopping 140,000 total XP, more than enough to get a few more Battle Stars in your pocket.

Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 Week 10 Quests

  • Deploy a tent at a Seven Outpost (1) – 20,000 XP
  • Emote on top of an IO Outpost (1) – 20,000 XP
  • Enter a vehicle within 10 seconds of landing (1) – 20,000 XP
  • Damage opponents with a light machine gun (500) – 20,000 XP
  • Repair any turret using the Repair Torch (300) – 20,000 XP
  • Use a Med-Mist while sliding (1) – 20,000 XP
  • Use a mounted turret to damage vehicles (1200) – 20,000 XP

Note: the “damage opponents with a light machine gun” quest has replaced the “fly into The Collider’s energy field” quest, which was bugged and is no longer available.

Tents can be found across the map as loot, so if you end up finding one, head to one of the marked Seven Outposts to deploy that tent and pick up an easy 20,000 XP. An even easier 20K is available by heading to one of the IO Outposts marked in the quests tab and emoting at the top of the structure.

Chonker’s Speedway is an easy place to land and quickly find a vehicle, and with all of the garages in the area, you might even be able to snag a Repair Torch while you’re there. If you’re having a hard time finding a mounted turret, there are several placed around The Collider, as well as various other IO-controlled locations around the map. Med Mist is found all over the island, so use it while sliding like an action hero.

The war between the Imagined Order and The Seven is coming to a dramatic conclusion.

Collision is coming. The Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 2 finale event has officially been revealed. After every skirmish has ended, every airship has been disabled, and every tank has been exploded, the war between the IO and The Seven will come down to one final epic moment. The factions have been on a collision course for years, so the name is quite fitting. Here’s everything you need to know about the Fortnite Season 2 finale.

Fortnite Collision event

Collision will take place in-game on Saturday, June 4 at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET. Like most Fortnite story events, this will unfold just once, so there’s no opportunity to replay it if you miss it. All Fortnite players who log into the game starting that same day at 5 AM PT / 8 AM ET will unlock two free locker items: a loading screen and lobby track commemorating the event. As always, it’s good practice to get to the event 30 minutes early to secure your spot. It’s gonna be a big deal.

In the days leading up to the event, the Item Shop will also feature brand-new skins designed to fit your character into the story directly. The Mecha Weapons Team skins, likely those featured in the tease above, will give players a look similar to The Seven so their allegiance could not be questioned by even the group’s skeptical leader, The Origin. With four skins to choose from, your whole squad can drive out the IO in style.

Presumably, all of this means Season 3 will launch the following day on June 5, but Epic has not yet confirmed that to be the case. If you’re in need of finishing up any in-game quests, you should do so before the event, including the following seasonal objectives:

  • Redeeming all battle stars and unlocking all battle pass rewards
  • Completing all Prowler quests
  • Collecting any remaining Omni Chips on the island
  • Completing all Omega Knight Level Up challenges
  • Spend all gold bars

Because gold bars don’t transfer to the next season, Epic is once again offering an in-game bargain bin week, which will see all in-game items purchased with gold, such as hiring NPCs or buying exotic weapons, receive reduced prices. From May 31 until the Collision event, you can enjoy cheaper prices on some of the game’s best goods and services to help you claim a few more Victory Royales before Slone destroys us all the end of the season.