Season 6 of Fortnite: Battle Royale has certainly been eventful with a number of momentous occasions.
With Season 6 set to come to a close in early December, we have compiled a list of helpful information regarding dates, Season 7, and much more.
Fortnite Season 6 end date:
Fortnite seasons tend to last a total of 10 weeks. On the official Epic Games website, it states that the Battle Pass and Season 6 will conclude on Thursday, December 6.
When does Fortnite Season 7 begin?
While there has yet to be an official announcement, it is believed that Season 7 will begin on Thursday, December 6 or Friday, December 7.
Epic Games has delayed the release of new Seasons in the past. Until an official announcement is released, the Season 7 start date is unconfirmed.
What will the Season 7 theme be and what changes can we expect?
The Season 7 theme is still unknown at the time of writing. When Season 5 came to a close, many suspected that Kevin The Cube would be involved in some way, which eventually turned out to be correct.
No one can truly pinpoint any clues that are major indicators of content in Season 7. While some believe that the Fortnite map could be changed to a ‘Winter’ theme in time for the Holiday’s, it remains unclear which path Epic Games will take.
How much will the Season 7 Battle Pass cost?
Unless a major change occurs, the Season 7 Battle Pass should be priced at 950 V-Bucks ($10).
Exclusive outfits, emotes, and other content can be unlocked through the Battle Pass as a player levels-up through the 100 tiers.
More Challenges are also available to those that purchase the Battle Pass. Like Seasons prior, Season 7 will likely include a ‘Mystery Skin’ which can only be obtained by completing all of the Challenges for a set number of weeks.
How long will Season 7 last?
Season 7 will likely last 10 weeks and include 100 Battle Pass Tiers.
We will continue to provide more information on the end of Season 6 and start of Season 7 as it is made available by Epic Games in the coming weeks.