Fortnite Chapter 2 comes to an end as players prepare for one final face-off against The Cube Queen. Fortnite is preparing another one-time in-game event called “The End” that will close the current chapter.
Epic Games has announced a closing event for Fortnite Chapter 2 called “The End,” which is scheduled to begin on December 4th at 1:00 p.m. PT / 4:00 p.m. ET. The players prepare together to fight the dice queen in the final battle.
The End supports up to 16 groups of players, so you can team up with even more friends. The ending playlist will be available in Fortnite 30 minutes before the event starts.
Just like the Fortnite Chapter 1 Finale, “The End” is a one-off event. Epic recommends that players and content creators record the event themselves if they hope to relive the experience as there will be no reruns available later.
Players who line up for “The End” will receive a special loading screen and wrap, as well as 225,000 XP, as Fortnite ends the current season a day earlier.
Fortnite Chapter 2 traversed the multiverse, bringing characters from Marvel, DC, Naruto, and more across multiple seasonal events. And while Fortnite hasn’t been announced yet, you can expect Fortnite Chapter 3 on the horizon.
Fortnite recommends players complete the dice queen quests on pages 1 and 2, collect paint bottles and rainbow ink for the Toona fish styles, and swap any remaining battle stars before jumping into The End.
Check out The End on December 4th and read IGN’s Fortnite Chapter 2 guide for help before the finale.
Matt TM Kim is the news editor for IGN. You can reach him @lawofd.