Fortnite Season 10 official teaser released & Bugha wins Fortnite World Cup Finals solo competition
Epic Games has released the first official teaser for Fortnite Season 10. Last week, we witnessed an epic fight between Cattus and Doggus. The giant mecha robot used a giant sword to take down the Cattus, a polar peak monster.
After their battle, a mysterious Orb formed at Loot Lake. Many leaks have suggested that the Orb will behave like Kevin Cube and will go through various stages.
But today amid the Fortnite World Cup solo finals, Epic Games has revealed the first and official teaser for Fortnite Season 10. Epic Games usually has a habit of teasing the upcoming season with some images or posters.
This time again, Epic Games has teased a poster, which shows an image of Dusty Depot that has gone through several changes since the meteor strike in Fortnite Season 4.
Based on the shared poster, it can be predicted that the classic Dusty Depot will make a return to Fortnite Season 10. The official Twitter post has also revealed the start date for Fornite Season 10.
Fortnite Season 10 will commence on 1 August 2019. Fortnite Season 10 teaser image uses a roman numeral ‘X’ instead of 10. Also, a leak from the PlayStation store shows the use of numeral X on Fortnite game poster.
Fortnite World Cup finals have been concluded, and we have first-time winners in many categories including Solos, Duos and ProAM. The list of Fortnite World Cup champions for each category has been mentioned below.
Solo Champion: bugha
Duos Champions: nyhrox & aquaa
ProAM: Airwaks & RLGRIME
Creative: #FishFam team – cizzorz, hiimtylerh, suezhoo,zandOfficial
A 16-year-old ‘bugha’ became the first-ever Fornite Solo Champion by finishing top on the leaderboard and fetching 58 points for himself. Psalm, who secured 33 points, came second, and NRG’s Epikwhale secured third place.
‘bugha’ has won prize money of $3 million for securing first place in Fortnite World Cup finals. The points were awarded to players based on both placements and eliminations.
The competition took place at Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York. ‘bugha’ parents were so excited and happy with their son incredible feat. They were supporting and cheering their son from the stands.
— Fortnite Competitive (@FNCompetitive) July 28, 2019
The successful conclusion of Fortnite World Cup finals can be marked as one of the best days in the history of esports. Millions of players tuned in live on Twitch and YouTube to witness one of the most epic Fortnite Battle among pro players.
For a quick refresher, Fortnite Season 10 battle pass will cost 950 V-Bucks or USD $10.
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