Fortnite - Collision Event Cover
Image Courtesy of Epic Games

To properly end Chapter 3 Season 2 of Fortnite, players are getting a new event on June 4th. The Collision event will be available on all platforms. Here’s all you need to know about Fortnite and the upcoming Collision event.

Collision is definitely looking like a big event for Fortnite

According to Epic Games, the event is going live on all platforms. This means that players on PC, console, mobile, and even those playing through cloud gaming services are taking part in the Collision event. Moreover, the days leading up to the event are filled with different surprises for players.

One of the neat features available to players days before the Collision event is the gradual reveal of the Crew scheduled for June. Moreover, players can also try out the event’s exclusive Mecha Weapons Team Outfits.

RELATED: Fortnite: Volcanic Assassin Pack – How to Claim

Epic Games is gearing up for a content-filled Collision event on June 4th

After the event launches on June 4th across all platforms, logging onto the game will feature a special loading screen. But not only that, players can also obtain another event-exclusive lobby track to get them in the mood for Collision. To obtain the exclusive loading screen and lobby track, players need to log onto Fortnite after 8 am ET.

According to Epic Games, Collision will be a one-time in-game event. This event will also decide what the fate of Zero Point will be. So with that being said, make sure to log onto Fortnite and play through the event since there will be no replays of Collision for those who can’t make it.

Make sure to finish quests in the current season of Fortnite

If you are one of the players who are yet to complete the quests for this season, make sure you wrap them up before June 4. This is because all unfinished quests and unobtained rewards will disappear once Collision begins. To recap, the quests for the current season are as follows:

  • Prowler’s Special Quests
  • Obtaining all Omni Chips so you can unlock the Omni Sword pickaxe
  • Trade-in Battle Stars to obtain special rewards

However, Epic Games clarified that unused Battle Stars can still be used for next season. But as for collectible Bars and Omni Chips in Fortnite, they will automatically disappear if they aren’t used once the Collision event goes live.

On the other hand, players can use the Bars for the upcoming Bargain Bin Week. In this event, trade-in your Bars for rewards at discounted prices. Fortnite’s Bargain Bin Week begins on May 31, 9 am ET. Players can get Exotic items through the Bargain Bin Week so make sure you don’t miss out on this event as well.

RELATED: Fortnite Week 9 Missions (Chapter 3, Season 2)

Do you have any questions about the upcoming Collision Event in Fortnite? We would love to hear from you in the comments below.

Make sure you also subscribe to our push notifications and never miss an update from the world of video games, cinema, and sports. You can also follow us on Twitter @spieltimes for the latest PS5 restock and drop. Until next time, Stay Safe and Happy Gaming!