What time is the Fortnite live event, Collision

We now know what time the Fortnite live event is due to start, thanks to an official announcement from Epic about when the Collision event will be taking place. Previously all we had to work with was speculation based on certain details lifted from the files by dataminers, but the developers have now given us solid facts on the matter. Along with the appearance of an in-game countdown clock, we can see that the giant mech in the background of the Fortnite lobby screen has been fully constructed, while recent quests and the imminent addition of Mecha Weapons Team Outfits to the Item Shop suggest this huge robot will have a big part to play in deciding the fate of the Zero Point. Collision is coming very soon, so here’s everything we know about when the Fortnite live event is happening and how to take part in this one-off experience.

Fortnite live event Collision

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If you’ve completed the Week 10 Resistance Quest to set up a Generator near the Holotable in Fortnite, then you’ll already have received a sneak peek at the Imagined Order’s plans. It appears that the tower built at The Collider is channeling huge amounts of energy, leading to a collapse in the Zero Point that wipes out everything in the Loop. Follow this up with the Week 11 assignment to collect the Fortnite fuel cells that will power the recently constructed mech, and things are really shaping up for the battle ahead.

Fortnite live event Collision

(Image credit: Epic Games)

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