The end of Season 5 in Fortnite: Battle Royale is quickly approaching.

With the release of the Week 10 challenges on Thursday, September 14, players only have a limited amount of time to complete any necessary tasks or Battle Pass tiers before Season 5 comes to a close.

Now that Season 6 is on the horizon, we have compiled a list of everything we know so far about its upcoming release and the end of Season 5.

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Fortnite Season 5 End Date

According to the in-game Battle Pass tab and Fortnite’s official website, Season 5 will end on Tuesday, September 25.

More often than not, major updates and patches typically go live on Tuesday, which would all but solidify this date.

Fortnite Season 6 Start Date 

Season 6 will officially go live on Thursday, September 27.

How much will the Season 6 Battle Pass cost?

Unless a major change is announced by Epic Games, the Battle Pass should be purchasable for 950 V-Bucks (~$10).

Various outfits, emotes, items, and other in-game cosmetics will be exclusively available to Battle Pass owners.

Battle Pass owners will also get the chance to complete Battle Pass exclusive weekly challenges. Epic released seven challenges each week in Season 5 but only three were free to play.

What major changes will happen to Fortnite at the end of Season 5 and the start of Season 6?

At this time, no one truly knows what will happen to the Fortnite map when the Seasons change.

However, now that ‘The Cube,’ also known as ‘Kevin’ by many Fortnite fans, has melted into Loot Lake, community members are anxiously waiting to see what will happen.

If their past work is any indication, Epic Games likely has something large planned for Fortnite fans.

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How long will Season 6 last?

Another 10-week Season is likely going to be in the works for Season 6. This gives players and fans alike an adequate amount of time to complete challenges, level-up their Battle Pass, and other endeavors.