Fortnite’s Mech-Battling Collision Event Goes Live Today

The Fortnite Collision event will wrap up Chapter 3 Season 2 by allowing players to pilot their own giant mechanical robots in the battle royale arena.

The release date and time of the new Fortnite The Collision event, which will allow players to jump into battle with giant mechs, has been revealed. Epic Games’ beloved battle royale shooter is currently in Chapter 3 Season 2, but the next season of the game is set to kick off with a huge robotic brawl. The end of the season Fortnite The Collision event was officially announced in May, and starting today, fans can finally battle it out in their own giant robots.

As Epic Games constantly expands the Fortnite Through updates and events, the game’s ongoing development is divided into chapters and seasons. The beginning of Chapter 3 Season 2, subtitled Resistance, brought a plethora of new movement options like sprint and cloak. A new armored battle bus has been added to Fortnitetoo, and Marvel Comics legend Doctor Strange has been made available as a magical skin. Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 will end soon with Collision event, which will apparently allow players to pilot their own robotic mechs to engage in massive mech battles. A Twitter teaser hinting at Fortnite mechs was released in May, and starting today, players can finally take part in the unique event.


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As announced by Fortnite via Twitter, the season-ending Collision bot battle event will go live today at 4 p.m. EST. While little is known about the actual gameplay of the event, a short teaser suggests that groups of players will be able to cooperatively pilot giant robots to launch them into battle. The event will also end Chapter 3 Season 2 and ring in at the start of Season 3. Giant Robot Battles will only be available in Fortnite for a limited time, so players should plan to participate in the Collision event when it begins today, June 4, at 4 p.m. EST.

Fortnite fans are no doubt gearing up for the Collision event’s robot battles, but a certified robotic threat has also recently been added to the game. Fortnite The Obi-Wan Kenobi skin was added to the Battle Royale shooter on May 22 to commemorate the star wars the legend’s new Disney+ series. The Clone Wars general, who trained Anakin Skywalker and survived the deadly Order 66, was brought to Epic Games’ battle royale shooter with gear like a bladed pickaxe and a Jedi Interceptor glider. Droids should beware, because the addition of Obi-Wan to Fortnite sees him join other star wars icons like Rey, Boba Fett and Kylo Ren.

The Collision event promises to top it off Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 by allowing players to pilot their own giant robot and battle others for mechanical supremacy. The exact details of the event are currently unclear, but it looks like multiple players will be able to join forces and use their massive mech in battle royale combat. Players can experience the end of the season Fortnite event starting at 4 p.m. ET on June 4.

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Fortnite is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

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