Leaked Fortnite Season 7 Trailer Shows Planes, New Yeti Skin, and More

Leaked Fortnite Season 7 Trailer Shows Planes, New Yeti Skin, and More

Hamster pets are included for extra cuteness.

Ahead of launching later today on December 6, the brand new Fortnite Season 7 trailer has leaked online. There are a fair few surprises in the trailer, including planes of all things.

Just below, you can check out the leaked Fortnite Season 7 trailer, which appeared in the early hours of December 6. We can see a fully redesigned snow map for Battle Royale, as well as loads of brand new skins that’ll be available through the Fortnite Season 7 Battle Pass.

There are also going to be new pets available through the Battle Pass. We can see a hamster on a player’s back, as well as multiple players in a match of ice hockey.

Speaking of the new Battle Pass, it should be retailing for 950 V-Bucks as usual, which translates to roughly $10. As of right now, the new Battle Pass isn’t available for purchase on the Fortnite Store, and the game is due to be taken offline shortly for maintenance before the event launches.

Fortnite Season 7 is due to go live in a matter of hours, once maintenance for the game has been completed. For all the latest information, you can head over to our Fortnite Season 7 guide.

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