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Fortnite‘s first-person mode is likely coming to the game next season.
That’s according to regular Fortnite leaker HypeX on Twitter who claims that the mode will be introduced during the next season of content, although how it will be introduced into the game is not yet known.
While several guns in Fortnite already feature a first-person perspective when aiming down sights, this mode would seemingly lock players to the mode during all phases of gameplay.
Season 2 of Fortnite’s latest chapter is already reportedly going to feature a battle pass which is heavily themed on the popular Attack on Titan anime.
The current Fortnite season is due to come to an end on March 8, although when the next season will officially begin is unknown.
While March 9 is likely, it’s possible that it could be later than that, as the end-of-season events that Fortnite has become known for have often taken the game offline for multiple days.
Fortnite’s latest massive update, Fortnite Chapter 4, kicked off at the end of last year.
Featuring skins based on gaming icons the Doom Slayer and Geralt of Rivia from The Witcher series, the update also brought with it large technical advancements for the game itself.
Fortnite was moved to Unreal Engine 5, making use of the engine’s newest features—such as Nanite, Lumen, Virtual Shadow Maps, and Temporal Super Resolution.