Fortnite‘s Chapter Two, season six is bringing plenty of new content, including a variety of new NPCs, fish, wild animals, and new areas to the island for a refreshed battle royale.
While some players will mostly look at those new gameplay features, another excellent battle pass will also join the game with free and premium rewards to earn upon reaching the requisite levels, from tier one to 100.
Each week, tons of players will aim to complete every challenge for XP towards the battle pass and earn those rewards. Normally, the seasons in Fortnite last around three months, which is generally enough for players to complete all the battle pass tiers before the end. Moreover, the last weekly challenges generally reward more XP for players lagging behind.
When will Fortnite Chapter Two, season six end?
Season six will feature legendary and epic quests to complete, bringing new rewards to earn and pushing players to use the game’s new mechanics such as hunting, taming, and crafting. In addition, more events tied to the Agent Jones story will likely unfold over the next weeks.
Season six will last around three months, similar to the previous seasons. It will end precisely on June 6, according to Epic Games’ official website. It’s unclear if a special event will end it similarly to the previous season.
Then, it will give way for the next season in the next days, between June 7 and 8, providing the developer doesn’t encounter technical issues when introducing the new content.