Fortnite Season 10 Cattus Event Leaks reveals interesting information
Fortnite is currently one of the most popular games on the planet, and it has always been a point of interest for major news publications due to in-game mega live events. Who can forget the most popular Marshmello themed Fortnite event? It grabbed the eyeballs of approximately 10.7 million players worldwide.
In Fortnite Season 8, we have also seen one of the biggest crossover events in Fortnite, which brought Avengers and Thanos to Fortnite game. Fortnite Season 9 is currently in its midway, but the players are already becoming curious about next season.
Now a Reddit user ‘Smithstirini’ has leaked Fortnite Cattus event posters which suggest that Fortnite Season 10 will be influenced by the World War 2 theme.
He also shared a multi-image poster; it has various slogans written over it.
The first slogan reads: “When danger strikes, take the high ground.”
The second slogan reads: Duck and Hover
The third slogan reads: “We can build it.”
If you closely analyse the second image, you will see the character has a jetpack on its back. With the slogans mentioned above, one can predict that something will challenge players on the ground, and they will have to take a jet pack and take the high ground to protect themselves.
Recently, many military-themed structures have made their way to the battle royale mode of the game. All of this datamined information hints that we may see a military theme introduction event for Fortnite Season 10.
Epic Games has also released Fortnite update v9.30 to the game which has brought the Revolver weapon back to the game. The company is also celebrating this summer with the introduction of 14 Days of Summer which offers various LTM and rewards.
You can read more about 14 Days of Summer on the official blog. However, Fortnite Season 10 is expected to commence from August 1, 2019.
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