Fortnite season 11 black hole theories blow up on social media

CNET | 10/13/2019 | Gael Fashingbauer Cooper
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Hold down the fort, Fortnite fans. The popular game's season 10 ended on Sunday with an unexpected descent into nothingness. Instead of introducing season 11, the island and the game appeared to have been destroyed, leaving only a black hole.

We've got plenty of theories and details on the mysterious happenings, but for now, the game is unplayable. Fans who suddenly found themselves with extra time on their hands went ahead and created plenty of memes and jokes on social media, poking fun at the game and its suddenly bereft players.

Jokes - Fans - Hole

Some jokes centered on the fans who found themselves just sitting and staring at a black hole.

Fortnite: Who’s dumb enough to watch a black hole for over 2 hours.

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#Fortnite :

Her: he's probably thinking about other girls...

Famed - Astrophysicist - Author - Neil - Tyson

Famed astrophysicist and author Neil deGrasse Tyson wants to turn this into a learning experience and teach gamers about real black holes.

"Did your Fortnite game suck you & everything else into a black hole?" Tyson wrote. "Can't help you there. But death-by-black-hole is a thing, and there might even be an entire universe on the other side."

Did - @ - Fortnitegame - Suck - Everything

Did your @fortnitegame suck you & everything else into a black hole?

Can’t help you there.

Face - Billionaire - Elon - Musk - Game

And another famous face, billionaire Elon Musk, got in the game, too. Musk retweeted an edited headline of a MarketWatch.com story that first circulated back in 2018, suggesting that Musk bought and deleted Fortnite.

Some mulled over the Lost-like numbers revealed without explanation.

Numbers

"If you type the numbers '11 146...
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