Earlier today Epic teased Fornite’s season 10 during the World Cup finals with a cryptic tweet.
The tweet, which you can view below, hints at Dusty Depot returning (it was destroyed in season 4) and Epic has also announced that a new format for competitive play is coming with Fortnite’s Championship Series. Details are slim, but Epic says that the Championship Series will “give players a chance to compete against the best of the best where every single result matters with a leaderboard to track results over the course of a season.”
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The solos tournament took place today, where 100 players went face-to-face. Yesterday, the duos section of the competition ended with Emil “Nyhrox” Bergquist Pedersen and David “Aqua” Wang winning top prize. The three-day competition had a total of $30 million in prize money to offer winning contestants.
You can read about how one of the participants, a 15-year-old from Essex, took second place in the duos while using a controller rather than a mouse.