Fortnite season 11 event ended with a cosmic explosion and now the game is gone

CNET | 10/13/2019 | Oscar Gonzalez
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It's gone.

After a delay of a week, Fortnite season 10 ended Sunday with The End event that would have introduced season 11. But "The End" turned out to be more literal than anyone could have imagined, as the game was no longer playable after the event started.

Event - Destruction - Island - Game - Time

An explosive season-ending event caused the destruction of the island and apparently the game itself, and it's not playable at time of writing.

It looks like Fortnite has ended. For now.

What happened?

Like in season 4, the event started off with a rocket launching into the sky and exploding to create rifts. Like in the earlier event, the rocket went out of one rift into another. This time, however, there were several more rockets. The spacecrafts then flew around into multiple rifts again and again until they all entered one final rift.

Moment - Calmness - Rockets - Meteor - Dusty

After a moment of calmness, the rockets appeared above the meteor over Dusty Depot. One by one they entered another rift below the meteor. Dozens of more rockets than previously seen appeared only to slam into this final rift, which caused the rift to grow. The meteor that was frozen over Dusty Depot throughout season 10 began to move, and then it, too, disappeared into the now large rift.

For a moment, the meteor and rockets were gone.

Music - Event - Island - Rift - Players

Then the music of the event began to swell and far above the island was one giant rift. Players were then sent into the air, floating uncontrollably. Finally, out of the rift, six rockets and the meteor reappeared. The rockets changed directions to fly off in different directions while the meteor crashed into the singularity located at Loot Lake. The dome surrounding the area attempted to shield the island, but it failed as the meteor finally smash into the island as it did...
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