Fortnite Season 4 Trailer Leaks Online Ahead of Official Launch

Fortnite Season 4 Trailer Leaks Online Ahead of Official Launch

The official Fortnite Season 4 cinematic intro trailer appears to have launched online slightly ahead of time.

The Fortnite Season 4 cinematic intro trailer appears to have launched online slightly ahead of schedule, and you can check out the brand new trailer for the new event just below.

The leaked trailer that will launch alongside Fortnite Season 4 in-game comes by way of YouTube user Thano9, a modest account with a mere 91 subscriber total at the time of writing. Having said this, the trailer appears to be legitimate, showcasing the crashing comet, and the shadowy figures that the official Fortnite twitter account originally revealed.

Elsewhere, Fortnite servers are down at the time of writing, as Epic prepares to officially launch Fortnite Season 4 an at unspecified time later today, on May 1, 2018. The new season for the game looks set to bring new Daily and Weekly Challenges for all Battle Pass holders, as well as brand new skins that you can purchase using V-Bucks.

If the official iTunes Store listing for Fortnite Mobile is anything to by, then the new location of Hop Rocks is featured in Season 4 of the game. We know precious little about the new location right now, but we do know that it features low gravity, allowing players to effectively fly.

For a complete roundup of everything we know about Fortnite Season 4 so far, including the start time, new features, and skins for the event, head over to our Fortnite Season 4 guide.

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