Considered by Epic Games as a cross between Left 4 Dead and Minecraft, Fortnite is now less than three days away from the Season 5 adventure of its Battle Royale mode that quickly turned into a standalone game after its introduction.
A torrent of teasers has been released in-game this week, suggesting that the Season 5 theme will be based around historical time periods.
This follows previous delays for Fortnite fans during past season crossovers.
The Fortnite season 2 end date, and Fortnite season 3 release date, ended up being delayed by one day.
Now players should have just a handful of days remaining before all of the answers will become clear as Season 4, which has been extended by two days, will officially end on Wednesday, July 11th.
Without a doubt, Epic Games' decision to do some guerrilla marketing across the globe for Fortnite is the company's way of promoting Season 5 of the game, which is set to go live not too much longer from now.
According to a Reddit post from Epic Games' MrPopoTFS, Season 5 is then due to kick off on Thursday, July 12th at 09:00 BST (04:00 EDT) so you won't have to wait long before getting your hands on the Season 5 Battle Pass. Now, the time has come for Epic Games to take the unusual rift events one step further, although the changes have not been unveiled yet.
The Fortnite Worlds Collide event appears to be the evolution point for Season 4's transformation into Season 5.
New map changes continue to be made in-game, suggesting that Epic Games have a lot planned for the start of the new season.
Fans are expecting to see keymap landmarks switched out for new locations, which has already started to happen.
With rocket launches, cracks in the sky, apparent time travel and more, there is tons of hype building up around the new season.
Fortnite's llamas and other items from the game are appearing all over the world.
These teaser images showed different superhero skins coming in the upcoming Fortnite Battle Pass.