Fortnite: first teasers for Season 3 of Chapter 2

Flooding hits Fortnite after The Device event. Epic Games shows the first official teasers for Season 3 of Chapter 2.

We’re still recovering from the shock after the Device event, the end of Fortnite Chapter 2 Battle Pass Season 2 and the flood, but Epic Games gives us no respite. A few minutes ago since the publication of this news, Epic has released the first official teasers for Season 3.

Fortnite Chapter 2: Season 3 first teasers

On April 29, the first teasers of Season 3 were leaked, which suggested that there would be a flood, as we have been able to verify after the event The Device. The official teasers shown by Epic Games follow this same trend. We collect them in this news in order of appearance:

Season 3 first teaser

The first teaser for Season 3 was published by Epic Games on different accounts on its social networks such as Twitter. The image shows a camera lens focusing on a gold object to be determined. Loop numbers “02” and “03” also appear, referencing that it is Season 3 of Fortnite Chapter 2. In addition, the tweet includes the start date of Season 3: June 17, 2020.

Second teaser of Season 3

In the second teaser we can see a golden trident. If we compare it with the first teaser, we see how they really are two images of the same sequence: the camera lens has reduced the zoom, showing this object typically associated with Poseidon, the Greek god of the seas. It could be one of the skins of the Battle Pass of Season 3 of Fortnite Chapter 2. We also hope that the same dynamics will be followed in the following teasers, showing the whole image better and better.

Note: This page is currently under construction, and will be updated as Epic Games makes public the successive teasers and promotional images of Season 3 of the Fortnite Battle Pass Chapter 2 Season 3.

Sources: Twitter / Fortnite_ES, Twitter / melanylolee, Epic Games

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