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A Fortnite card wiped from a black hole to mark the end of season 10



Fortnite was destroyed by a huge asteroid and replaced with a black hole.

The game event has obliterated the entire card and means that its millions of players can no longer enter the game.

Instead, they were encouraged to watch a mysterious stream of black hole live.

The asteroid clash marks the end of season 10. Epic Games developers tend to mark the end of the game's "seasons" with major events that can be viewed within

to various questions about Season 11. Usually, such updates make changes to the map or other changes to the game – instead of wiping out the whole world and leaving it impossible to play. [19659012] left Created with sketch.
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It's not clear when or even if the game will be reversed. (It is almost certain that this will happen since Epic has made billions of dollars through the game.)

Meanwhile, players are encouraged to tune into a wildly popular live stream that simply features a black hole. At some point, this will probably reveal what will happen in Season 11.

Fortnite deleted everything else from its Twitter account and did not provide any more information about what happened with the game.

Fans have been waiting for season 10 to get to a dramatic close, as Epic teases that there will be a big event called "The End" over the weekend. It was also marked by a countdown timer that appeared in the game.

The players who were in the world when this timer came to an end saw that a huge meteor shower was falling on the map and at first sight it destroyed everything. Then these players fell out of the world and the screen was replaced with a black hole – which is still all that remains of the game.



2019-10-14T09: 43: 22.176Z

Here's a round-up of what happened so far (via the Press Association):

The entire Fortnite map disappeared into a black hole, leaving gamers unable to play as part of a world event to mark the end of the 10th game of the season.

The popular royale fighting game is known for its big showman show events, and developer Epic Games previously confirmed that the event, known as "The End," will take place on October 13.

Those who logged on to Fortnite on Sunday night saw the virtual island where the game was being held, struck by a meteor shower before the whole map seemed to be sucked into a black hole.

Since then, anyone who enters the game has been presented with a live stream of the black hole and no way of playing.

As part of a complete blackout t, Fortnite's official Twitter profile also deleted all of his tweets except a live stream of the black hole. It has been retweeted more than 120,000 times.

The game – which sees up to 100 competitors compete as the last player – is broken into seasons that span several months, with the start of each new season marked by game events.

This latest showman coincides with the end of the 10th season of the game – with many now expecting a major update to the game and its setup on the island before returning for an 11th season, likely to begin in the coming days.

Previous major Fortnite events include meteor shower, rocket launch, and a battle between a giant robot and a monster all over the map earlier this year.

Since its initial release in 2017, Fortnite has become one of the most popular video games in the world.

The free play attracts more than 100 million players and sees its running dance moves, played by a number of athletes during major world events, including the Fifa World 2018 Cup. [19659177] The game held its own World Cup final earlier this year, where over 100 players competed for a total prize money of £ 24 million.

             
             
            
          
          

  

            
              
                
              
              

             
            
              

             
            
          
          

  

             
             
            
          
          

  

             
             
            
          
      
    
  

  


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