Fortnite Chapter 3 Fracture Finale: When it starts, how to play, and event rewards
Prepare for Fracture, the Fortnite Chapter 3 finale event, after you’ve finished eating your Thanksgiving leftovers and before you start putting up your Christmas tree. In a recent blog post, Epic Games provided additional information about the event, letting participants and content producers know what to anticipate and how to be ready for it. Fortnite Chapter 3 will end a year earlier than the previous two chapters, Epic Games unexpectedly revealed during the Fortnite Championship Series Invitational competition last week. Only a teaser card and a start date of December 3 were provided for the final event. Today, however, the firm unveiled additional information on the event’s course as well as crucial artwork for it. Here is the information you need to know in order to attend the event.
When is the Fracture event?
On Saturday, December 3, the Fracture event will start at 1 p.m. PT (4 p.m. ET). You can start playing Fracture early to secure a position because the playlist will become available 30 minutes before the event begins. You can still join the event if you check in after it has already started until 4:40 p.m. ET. The 40-minute grace period suggests that the fracture event will take longer than the previous two, even though these occurrences typically last 12 to 15 minutes. The servers will turn off once the 40 minutes are up, until the start of the following season. If you’re a content maker or a die-hard Fortnite fan, you might want to capture everything since this is a once-in-a-lifetime event.
How to play the Fracture event
You should queue up for the Fracture event together as early as you can if you wish to play with a group. The event supports teams of up to four players. If you don’t have a squad, you can build one while sprinting about the post-apocalyptic island by using an emoticon made especially for this occasion. Are you leaving your console behind or simply don’t have one? Thanks to Xbox Cloud Gaming and Nvidia GeForce Now, you may play the Fracture event via cloud streaming on a computer or a mobile device.
What to do before the Fracture event
You have plenty of time to complete certain items on your Things to Do Before the End of Fortnite, Chapter 3, Season 4, Bucket List because the Fracture event is less than two weeks away. The first thing you should do if you haven’t already is unlocked every item in Chapter 3 of the Season 4 Battle Pass. That covers any fashionable skins, such as Lennox Rose, Meow Skulls, Celestial, Spectral, Spider-Gwen, and others. The Herald skin and its accessories, as well as any other rewards you haven’t used all of your Battle Stars on, are rewards that are obtained through quests. Any battle stars you still have after this season is over will enable you to access the first rewards in the upcoming season’s Battle Pass.
To unlock all of the included items, including the Ayida skin and the Ayida style, you might also want to finish every mission in Ayida’s Level Up Quest Pack. The pack’s quests run out on December 2. You should take part in two more weekly activities. The first is Avian Ambush Week, where you must accomplish missions with chicken themes to increase your XP from now until 9 a.m. ET on November 29 since loot-holding hens have overtaken the island’s ecosystem. You can save your gold bars by taking advantage of the huge reductions offered by The Bargain Bin, which launches on the same day and runs until 3 p.m. ET on December 3.
Fracture event rewards
The Toasty Roast emote may be obtained by taking part in the Fracture event. Two people are shown cooking marshmallows over a fire pit while seated in foldable chairs. You must access Fortnite between December 2, and 9 a.m. ET, and December 4, 2:45 a.m. ET in order to get this emote.