Fortnite eSports News by Content Engine AI

The developers have finally confirmed the length of Season 10, which should be released on August 14 and features 40 new Skins for you to try. Based on that, it is possible that the full season, which covers approximately 7-10 weeks (for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch versions) will have about eight weeks before it’s time to start all over again. Season 9 only lasted about six weeks.

It is hard to tell exactly when exactly season 10 will begin, but season 9 already happened, so it would most likely take a little longer to prepare all the necessary content. The time frame is crucial because it ensures that those purchasing season passes can’t simply download the season and start playing with it.

You can pre-order season 10 now via the official PlayStation Store, but you can also pre-order the season pass. While season 10 and season pass are still listed, the image with the release date no longer exists. Once it is released, the console version of the game will also offer all the season passes as well.

Fortnite Battle Royale Season 9 has already been available for about two weeks, and season 10 will come out around August 14. It comes with a big set of Skins as well as new weapons. Other surprises will come with Battle Pass Season 10 as well.

When Fortnite Season 9 first started, it quickly became the most downloaded game on the PlayStation Store. It came out last Wednesday, and according to VG247, Fortnite has now surpassed the most downloaded game ever released on PS4, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, and that is no small feat.

“F8 is, of course, now officially surpassed by Fortnite Battle Royale, the battle royale mode of Fortnite, on the PlayStation 4 platform. The counting has been a little shaky in the past, but this is by far the most accurate count we’ve seen to date.”

The Fortnite Battle Royale season and season pass content is available now if you bought it before it was canceled as an exclusive title to PlayStation users only.

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