Fortnite Is Getting Its First Single-Player Story Event
Fortnite will soon provide players with a new single-player story event that acts as a conclusion to the current season of the battle royale.
When Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6 launches on March 16, the first thing players will be met with is the Zero Crisis Finale. Described as a “solo experience” by developer Epic, it is the conclusion of Agent Jones’ mission that formed the basis of the Season 5 story. Epic promises that the aftermath of this single-player event will “shape Reality as we know it”, suggesting that the event will push forward and make changes to Fortnite’s storyline.
Zero Crisis Finale also includes a story cinematic, which can be watched as part of the global premiere. Epic plans to share details on how to watch this in the coming days.
All of this means there is just one week of Season 5 remaining, and so it is recommended that players spend their Gold Bars now before their cache is reset at the end of the season. It also means you only have a week to finish any Beskar Quests to complete Mando’s Beskar Armour, as well as unlock The Child Back Bling, which requires you to hit Level 100 on the Battle Pass.
Chapter 2 Season 5 was a major period for Fortnite and its many big franchise crossovers, with Ant-Man being the latest hero added to the game just days ago.
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Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK News and Entertainment Writer.