It also wouldn't be too big of a stretch to assume that Season 11 is essentially "Part 2" of Fortnite. Normally the season ending events occur ahead of that moment by a few days, allowing online play to continue immediately after they have concluded. A big in-game event slated for October 13th is described simply as "The End", and the last loading screen of the season shows players waving farewell to the battle bus.
"After being sucked into the Zero Point an now encrypted Map will be loaded and used for the cinematic".
An image spotted on the Italian version of the iOS App Store has reportedly leaked the following image, theoretically giving us an earlier-than-scheduled look at the future of the game beyond its current tenth season.
A livestream signaling the end of the season is set to kick off this weekend in Fortnite. It shows Fortnite's three main characters standing over a cliff looking out over the world, albeit not the world now in Fortnite.
For those who've been following Fortnite Season 11 developments closely, the idea of adding a new map alongside the next Battle Pass is hardly a surprise.
Now, it's no secret that Fortnite applies some pretty radical changes to its maps with each new season, but bigger fans than myself have been sharing the image on Twitter and pointing out that it's nearly certainly a brand new map.
The Fortnite live event's location is expected to be in the Dusty Depot area. Teasers are released in order to build hype for the season, but the live event is providing that this time around.