Here’s when we’ll likely see Fortnite Season 11 (v11.00) update go live.
Note: The live event just took place, link with information is included at the bottom of the post.
Fortnite Season 10 is drawing to a close after 11 weeks. The “The End” live event will take place at 2 PM ET which will likely conclude the season. There hasn’t been any official word from Epic as to when the Fortnite Season 11 will go live, but there is some information that go on.
When will Fortnite Season 11 (v11.00) go live and when can we download it?
Epic Games have decided not to release any information regarding the time and date we’ll get Fortnite Seson 11. However, with Epic confirming that Season 10 will end today, October 13th, and with the Overtime “Out of Time” challenges available until 2pm ET, it’s more than likely that’s when the season will end.
It’s possible that after the live event concludes, Epic will tweet that downtime will begin in preparation for season 11.
How long Will Downtime Be for Season 11?
When a new Fortnite season begins, downtime for the update is usually much longer than the biweekly patch/client update. It’s possible we’ll see more than 3 hours or downtime for the season 11 update.
How big will the Season 11 Files be?
With season 10 the end of chapter 1 for Fortnite Battle Royale, we could be in for some major changes for chapter 2. It’s possible we could see an entirely new map, or at least the majority of the current map changed along with mechanical changes, UI changes and more.
The Season 10/X update was 2.6 GB for PC and over 8 GB for PS4 and Xbox. The update for Season 11 is all but confirmed to be bigger than season 10.
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