The last season of Fortnite ended with a Galactus-sized bang. Since the debut of Fortnite’s Season 4 in August, the current season of the game concluded with a live Fortnite Galactus event that pitted Fortnite players against the gigantic planet-sized supervillain during a dramatic showdown. It ended with a game going down and is replaced by a timer or countdown of Season 5.
Fortnite Galactus Event
Marvel characters such as Iron Man, Wolverine, Thor, Storm, and others gave players an assist in the battle which is against Galactus. It is a cosmic entity that needs to consume energy to survive the situation.
Iron Man instructed the players to shoot down to robotic assistants to Galactus to scale down the enemy’s energy, before allowing Galactus to eat all the buses to blow him up.
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This cued a fun Sci-fi shooter scenario where you had been killing drones in 3 dimensions with a flying bus. It seems like zooming through the corridors of a spacecraft similar to Luke Skywalker’s X-Wing in the climax of “Star Wars: A New Hope.”
In Galactus’s last moments on the screen, a Saturn-like planet floated in the distance while the enemy seemed to implode from the energy of the Battle Buses which he swallowed and slip through an interdimensional rift. After that, the view suddenly cut to black.
Those players who logging into Fortnite in the next coming hours won’t be able to see anything and play the game. Because the servers are under maintenance for the new Season. The servers are expected to come online again around 4 A.M. EST on Wednesday, December 2.
Fortnite has been on rising in the past few months, consisting of a multi-week chase of a historic astronaut, and releasing numerous skins, and equip with galactic and “Star Wars” themes. The subscription service for the new season will be $11.99 monthly. Every month, the players will get 1000 V-bucks or Fortnite currency, access to the current season battle pass, and new skin.