The Fortnite Season 9 Mecha vs Monster final showdown live event just took place, and here’s a recap of the event in case you missed it.

The Fortnite Season 9 live event just took place, which was labelled as the final showdown event. Prior to the event beginning, players were already aware of what was going to happen during the event.

A monster eye was spotted in the iceberg at Polar Peak near the start of the season, and monstrous footprints were found near Viking Village and Loot Lake. A robot, Mecha, was also built in Pressure Plant within 3 weeks.

Upon collecting all Fortnite Fortbytes, players unlock a loading screen that shows the battle between Mecha and the monster, which was hidden by bearded Jonesy in the original Fortbyte encrypted image.

Fully completed Fortbyte image
Fully completed Fortbyte image

(Full video at the bottom of the article)

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The event began with the monster emerging from the water north of the map and began its assault by destroying trees near Lazy Lagoon with a green lazer beam. The monster then made its way to Loot Lake and began attacking the POI. The Mecha robot then began firing rockets at the monster to avert the monsters attention in order to prevent major damage to the POI.

Monster vs Robot Season 9 live event
Monster vs Robot Season 9 live event

The monster then retaliated by firing the green lazer beam at the Mecha robot, which promoted the robot to run at the monster and take it into the water at the edge of the map.

We then saw the robot emerge from the water seeming victorious, only for the monster to jump out of the water and attack from behind. The monster then bit off the Mecha robots arm, but the robot still managed to throw the monster off their back.

Fortnite Robot Arm
Fortnite Robot Arm

The robot then went to Loot Lake and pulled out the power source, which he then used to power his remaining arm in order to punch the monster. The robot then pulled out the Singularity statue found in Neo Tilted, which turned out to be a sword. The power from the arm then transferred to the sword, which the robot then used to pierce the monster head.

With the monster defeated, the monsters body disintegrated leaving behind a carcus. The robot then performed the not sweat emote, which is the floss emote, but only uses one arm. The event ended with the robot flying up into the sky. There is now an orb at Loot Lake called Zone Zero, which will likely be a lead up to season 10.

Here’s the Season 9 Final Showdown event in full:

Fortnite event full from FortNiteBR

Credit to @Brina_x7 for the images

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Roman
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Where the moster apeared on the fortnite map,theres no footprints any where as far as ive seen

Malice
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Malice

i just wish they used this event to destroy alot more stuff, they could’ve leveled like 3/4 of the map but they kept it kinda reserved

TalonKarrde72
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TalonKarrde72

Because, World Cup comming, can’t make major changes to the live map ahead of the big competition, they learned their lesson. This should have really ended 9 or started 10 if they were gonna do that.

Malice
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Malice

“pros” should be able to adapt. screw them they should’ve torn the map to pieces

Johnny K
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Johnny K

not only that, but pros usually get rolled back versions of fortnite specific to tournaments.

GhostFZ 62
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GhostFZ 62

Hey tornament is a big thing for those pros and it matters alot to them because of the amount of time they have put in those matches if the map changes that would mean learning about the new locations and getting used to them while the world cup right on there head

Cosmoseus
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Cosmoseus

THANK YOU. Finally someone says it. “Pros” SHOULD be able to live up to their name. Playing in a destroyed map might sound like a disadvantage, but all other “Pros” would be in the same boat. It is up to them to overcome and shine. Nuff said.

Kirby Girl
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Kirby Girl

this event was pretty great, I don’t think they destroyed too much on the map purely because of Fortbytes and challenges still present, and also there’s a cup happening I think? I don’t know enough about those though, unfortunately a lot of players don’t seem to understand any of this and are just screaming their heads off bc they seem to forget they don’t own the game and at the end of the day, it’s Epic’s game and if they want to give us a slightly cheesy Power Rangers fight then they will, and not every event has to drastically… Read more »

GhostFZ 62
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GhostFZ 62

This one was the best for me and i think that orb on loot lake is gonna be the one to destroy the map because it seems like a nuclear reactor or something like that and a dev of Fortnite said a while back that the story is written up to season 10 sooo maybe season 10 is gonna be the end of this map and maybe we get a new map for season 11 and maybe that map goes through 10 seasons and then we get another new map makes sense to keep a map for every 10 seasons… Read more »

BuddafulOne
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BuddafulOne

So much hype for what? They even bullied data-miners telling them to keep their mouths shut about what’s coming. Seems to me that such events are being used to get a lot of people’s attention simultaneously and zombify them with some nasty NLP techniques.

Rox Dope
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Rox Dope

Leakers chose to not leak the event because 1. It was encrypted and 2 So it could be a surprise for them