Fortnite: Chapter 2 Season 2 – The Device event featured a massive tsunami, indicating big changes for Season 3

By Lauren Aitken, Monday, 15 June 2020 19:48 GMT

Fortnite: Chapter 2 Season 2 is coming to a close, and the Fortnite: The Device event that aired today showed the illustrious battle royale game getting smacked around by a massive tsunami.

The Fornite: The Device live event sees Midas’ plans finally come to fruition, and gives us a look into what the Doomsday Device is actually capable of. Although it was already rumored that the map would flood, leaving the majority of Fortnite underwater, the impact of the tsunami is still pretty shocking.

After The Device prevents its encroaching wrath, ensuring that landlubbers are still able to traverse Fortnite’s map, the water still lingers in a perfect circle around its circumference – in fact, it appears the tsunami being held at bay has properly replaced the storm.

You can check out footage of the event from gattu in the video embedded below.

Also, it’s worth mentioning that we got a decent look at Jonesy in a suit, talking about storms and things being unstable… you get the gist.

Check him out below.

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The event aired earlier today and will not be repeated. If you missed the event in-game, you can catch yourself up by referring back to the video from gattu embedded above. You’ll be able to get a good luck at the new water storm, as well as all of the lovely marine creatures knocking about beneath the waves.

In the meantime, there are lots of challenges to be getting on with prior to the start of Season 3 on Wednesday, including the Storm the Agency challenges.

You can check out the latest Fortnite Season 3 rumours and Location Domination challenges here.

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If you’re still trying to complete the Midas challenges, you can check out our guide on where to find the golden pipe wrenches and golden llama head here.

The Deadpool skin is now available for Battle Pass owners and you can follow all the latest Deadpool challenges here.

You can check our Henchman challenge guide here, which tells you where to find Henchmen, bosses and how to open ID Scanner doors and chests. You can also check out our guides on where to find Lockie’s Lighthouse, Apres Ski and Mount Kay, where to find secret passages, Shadow safe houses and how to visit Coral Cove, Stack Shack and Crash Site without swimming in a single match.

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