Fortnite Season 8 Pirate Theme Teased, Starts on February 28

Developer Epic Games shown this with a tweet yesterday. Along with this, the subject for this year was teased too. Alongside information pertaining to when Fortnite Season 8 starts, Epic Games tweeted a picture of a hook, indicating a pirate motif for the new year. In addition to new skins and challenges, we will not be amazed to find the map shift in some shape or form like it did with Season 7 introducing snow to the proceedings.

4 days until Season 8,” reads the tweet from Epic Games.

Like previous seasons, expect Epic to tease more of the things to expect for Fortnite Season 8 at the subsequent days. Maybe around precisely the exact same time last this very first teaser that was approximately 8:30pm IST.

Unlike previous seasons, you can get the Fortnite Season 8 Fight Pass for free. The Fortnite upgrade 7.40 lets you get the approaching Season 8 Battle Pass at no cost.

To be able to get it, you’ll want to finish a set of challenges by the end of the month. Those who do so, get the Season 8 Fight Pass for free.

This was declared as part of this Fortnite 7.40 upgrade patch notes. For current Fortnite Battle Pass owners, the Overtime Challenge rewards will include new unlockable fashions including the Trog, Powder, and Onesie outfits.

“Everybody who completes 13 free Overtime Challenges by February 27 will receive the upcoming Season 8 Battle Pass at no cost,” reads a post out of Fortnite developer Epic Games. “If you don’t have an outfit, now is your opportunity to get several for free. Together with the Battle Pass, you’ll receive two Season 8 Outfits immediately and you can earn up to five more.”

Fortnite earnings on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, and PC has declined month on month by 48 percent in January. This was on the back of December being a summit to the match. According to analytics business SuperData, Fortnite has been the 2nd highest grossing title on consoles in January 2019 and fifth on PC. Fortnite failed to create it on the top 10 listing for cellular. However that does not mean that its prevalence on cellular has eroded.

Reason being, Epic Games self-publishes and distributes the game on Android which doesn’t actually give SuperData a way to accurately track its success. Throw in the cross-play, cross-progression nature of Fortnite where in-app purchases and progress syncs between apparatus and it’s tough to ascertain how small or how much revenue was created on mobile.

“Fortnite drops month-over-month after a solid end to the calendar year,” the report from SuperData reads. “Fortnite earnings on all platforms combined declined 48 percent month-over-month in January, although earnings are up considerably year-over-year. This comes following a summit in December and points into an increasingly lumpy revenue profile heading into 2019.”

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