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It's almost that time. The sky itself has deciphered in Fortnite: Battle Royale, and Epic Games is teasing a stunning map overhaul that appears like it is going to integrate elements of Western, Viking and American Western cheap fortnite items. The programmer has been working hard to make the start of season 5 as cataclysmic as possible, starting with a rocket launch a little while ago and continuing on through a series of rifts which were eating parts of the map and spitting out cryptic objects.

There's even an ARG that is involved llamas scattered throughout the world along with also a giant Durr Burger head plopped in the center of the California Desert. Everything comes to a head with the beginning of Season 5, but you may best places to buy fortnite weapons thinking about when, exactly, that is.

Season 5 probably won't start at the exact moment, however. This is a big upgrade, and will likely need some downtime to implement. So Season 5 will start whenever downtime finishes, which is usually about 1-2 hours once it starts. So we can expect Season 5 to start between 5:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 12.

When that happens, expect a few things to go down. The most obvious will be those map adjustments: we do not know just what's going to happen, but now we have a fairly good idea. Expect something to happen involving the giant rift in the skies, though that will likely be in the form of an opening cinematic.

It will probably spit out three large new points of interest together Japanese, Western and Viking topics, or cause them to materialize in other ways. There will probably be a lot of additional map changes too, but that looks like it will be the large one.

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