As part of its latest charitable initiative‚ Epic Games is donating all proceeds from Fortnite to humanitarian relief efforts in Ukraine. This announcement comes ahead of the release of Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2‚ which is set to launch this week. The company said that the money will come from real-money sales of the game‚ in-game cosmetics‚ the V-Bucks card‚ and the Battle Pass. However‚ it didn't specify when the money will be donated or where it will be distributed. The first season of Fortnite is already live‚ but this is not the only change to the game. For example‚ the map of Season 1 will have snow‚ which makes sense because it is winter time in the real world. Meanwhile‚ the new season will feature bushes with Christmas lights‚ and will also have various weather conditions and structural changes. In addition‚ Epic is donating the profits from the game to the Humanitarian Relief Continues charity‚ which is fighting against the Russian invasion of Ukraine. In other news‚ Epic Games has announced that the proceeds from the upcoming Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 will be donated to Humanitarian Relief Continues‚ which is helping to fight the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The donation will take place from March 20th until March 30th‚ and the new season should be live by then. The donations are an important step for the game‚ but there are still more to come. The second season of Fortnite has been confirmed by Epic Games. According to reports‚ the game will be released on Sunday‚ March 20th‚ 2022. While there has been no official announcement of a live event‚ the start date of a new season of the popular battle royale is expected to be within 24 hours of the first one. While there's likely to be a long downtime between seasons‚ it's possible that a big surprise is in store. The second season of Fortnite is already available to play. The game's first-season introduced a host of new weapons‚ including the Auto shotgun and the Ranger AR. After a few months‚ the third season will add a third shotgun. The previous two seasons introduced several new weapons‚ including the Stinger SMG‚ the Ranger AR‚ and the MK-7 AR. The first season of Fortnite was a huge success‚ but the second season was even better. The new map was a lot bigger than the previous one‚ with giant holes drilled by truck-sized drillers. It also introduced new weapons and skins. The rock and Spider-Man have made a special appearance in the game and are available in the Battle Pass. These new additions may have inspired the developers to continue collaborating with popular characters. The second season of Fortnite has been a great success. Besides the new content‚ the game's popularity has been growing as the team behind the game has donated more than $500 million to various charity organizations.
The foundation's mission is to provide aid to victims of wars. The money raised through the game's sales will be given to nonprofit groups that aid the country. It will also go to the same charities that have been helping people in Ukraine with the expansion of their network. Moreover‚ Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 includes a new map with Spider-Man crossover and expanded arsenal of weapons. This new update has also brought some other major changes to the game‚ including the addition of new players and challenges. For instance‚ the new version will feature an expanded arsenal of weapons‚ including assault rifles‚ shotguns‚ and SMGs. The game has been known for its constant evolution‚ and it is no different this time around. The first season of Fortnite is currently available‚ but players will have to wait until March 2022 to start playing the new chapter. This season will end on March 19 and the new one is expected to launch on March 20. In the meantime‚ the second season of Fortnite will continue to be available as usual until the end of the war between Russia and Ukraine. There's a chance that these two expansions will also introduce tanks and vehicle mods.
We’re excited to share that @Xbox is joining us in this effort and is committing their net proceeds for Fortnite during this time, so that we can get more aid to the people of Ukraine. https://t.co/JYpF3ZDLC8 — Fortnite (@FortniteGame) March 20, 2022
Here's some content that was being worked on this season but still unfinished, most likely for S2:
- Cattus Cave
- Tactical Sprint
- Double Deagle
- Jetpacks Chest
- Clamber Mechanic
- Tactical Overshield
- Zeppelin (maybe IO NPCs)
- Vehicle Mods: Armor & Turret
(1/2) — HYPEX (@HYPEX) March 5, 2022