Fortnite Turns Into a Cyberpunk Anime in New Season

Fortnite Turns Into a Cyberpunk Anime in New Season

By eduardogaitancortez

This month of March, Season 2 of Chapter 4 of Fortnite began with MEGA, a futuristic-Japanese version of the famous island. In the style of Cyberpunk 2077, the all-new Fight Pass skins make their debut. Headlined by Attack on Titan’s Eren Yaeger. Although it did not claim victory in the long term, Fortnite hit a real blow last year with the introduction of the non-creation mode.

Epic Games added this mode in March 2022 and, a year later, it could be about to repeat its play. All the rumors ahead of the start of Season 2 of Chapter 4 point to the fact that the great novelty is going to be the introduction of a first-person game mode. Change of vision that brutally modifies the title and about which there has been a lot of speculation in recent weeks. The rumors are endorsed by some of the most proven filters in society.


Epic Games has revealed the details of the new competitive season of the Fortnite Champion Series 2023. The organizers stand ready to deliver an all-new composition. A total prize pool of $10,000,000, as well as an epic Fortnite Champion Series 2023 World Championship. Which will take place in Copenhagen at the end of 2023.

As the season progresses, Epic Games will host several FNCS Majors, all of which will be instrumental in making up the final Fortnite Champion Series 2023 World Championship roster. Fortnite Champion Series will return in a duos format, with FNCS Major 1 temporarily replacing the Elite Divisional Cups for a total of 5 weeks. Players who reach Elite Split in Season 1 Chapter 4 will gain entry to FNCS Major 1.

Primary Format

FNCS FNCS Major 1 will start on February 2, 2023. In the weekly FNCS sessions throughout the FNCS Major 1, the results will be added up throughout the weekly sessions of the FNCS Major competition on Wednesdays and Fridays. After the session concludes on Friday, the top 50 duos from each zone will qualify for the FNCS Major 1 Weekly Finals. Finally of each weekly FNCS Major 1 competition, each competing duo will receive series insights into their driving functionality and results for said week.

The top 40 duos with the highest skin ratio on the leaderboard in 3 weeks will advance to the FNCS Major 1 Grand Finals. After finishing all 3 FNCS Majors, the final FNCS Last Chance Major will be staged as the last to qualify for the 2023 FNCS Universal Championship.

The FNCS Last Chance Major will take place from August 24-27. The top 250 duos in Round 1 of the FNCS Last Chance Major will advance to Round 2, where they will compete across 2 days of 6 matches per day (for a total of twelve matches). Fortnite Champion Series World Championship 2023 At the end of 2023, Fortnite Champion Series Universal Championship 2023 will take place in Copenhagen.


The top 75 duos from around the globe will compete for a section of the $4,000,000 prize pool in a new top and bottom set format. FNCS mayor 2 Weekly Competition: April 13-16 April 20-23 April 27-30 FNCS Bigger 2 Is Born Week: May 5-7  FNCS Major 2 Monumental Finals: May 12-14 FNCS Mayor 3 Weekly Competition: July 20-23 July 27-30 August 3-6 FNCS Biggest 3 Is Born Week: August 11-13 Biggest Last Possibility FNCS: August 24-27 FNCS World Championship 2023: End of 2023

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