The latest season of the world’s most popular video game is just days away from being launched and various leaks have revealed what players can expect of the battle royale sensation.
One of the biggest changes will be to the game’s map, which is expected to be completely redesigned for the start of the new season.
Since launching two years ago, each new season of Fortnite has seen incremental changes to the island’s geography, such as new frozen zones and desert areas.
But a leaked loading screen suggests that the entire map will be redrawn for Season 11 to give a fresh new look to Fortnite v buck generator.
Various hints that there would be a major overhaul appeared throughout Season 10, including a comet hovering over the island that has been frozen in time since the beginning of the current season.
Once time restarts, the comet could bring about a world-ending event that transitions Fortnite into a new era beyond the island it is currently set on.
A separate leak discovered within the game’s underlying files revealed 12 new locations that might make up the new map.
The new locations include names like Camp Cod, Dirty Docks, Mountain Meadow and Slurpy Swamp, Sunny Shores and Weeping Woods.
Fortnite developer Epic Games has already revealed some of the updates for Season 11, including improved matchmaking logic and the introduction of artificial intelligence bots.
Both changes are designed to make it easier for new and inexperienced players to get used to the game without constantly being sniped and killed by more skilled players.
Not all players are happy about the upcoming changes, with Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins one of those most skeptical about the updates.
“I don’t know how I feel about this,” he said when he learned of the matchmaking feature, which will see players of a similar skill level placed in the same battles.