Fortnitemares Start Time - New Challenges and Skins in the Halloween Event

Fortnitemares Start Time - New Challenges and Skins in the Halloween Event

Fortnitemares is back! Here's all the start time, challenges, and skins details you need to know.

Fortnitemares is returning to Fortnite Battle Royale later today, to celebrate the spooky season. There'll be new challenges, skins, and more once the event kicks off. In this guide, we'll be going over the final Fortnitemares start times for regions around the world, and more.

Fortnitemares Start Times

Just below, you can see the final Fortnitemares start times. It's worth noting that the update patch that includes the event is already live to download on all platforms, weighing in at around 3.4GB, but you won't be able to take part in the event until the start times below.

  • 6 a.m. PT
  • 9 a.m. ET
  • 1 p.m. GMT

Fortnitemares New Skins

Below, you can see all the new Fortnitemares cosmetics that were available through the Halloween event last year. Once the event for 2019 kicks off, we'll be updating this guide with all the new cosmetic items available in the store.

Fortnitemares Challenges

Once Fortnitemares actually starts, there's going to be some brand new challenges to complete. Once the new Fortnitemares challenges are revealed, we'll add a list of them right here.

Right now, this is absolutely everything you need to know about Fortnite Battle Royale’s new Fornitemares event. Should Epic make any tweaks or changes to the event, you can be sure to read about them here straight away.

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