When Does Season 4 End?
Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 4 was originally scheduled to end on November 30th.
This was then changed to December 3rd part way through the season.
Originally the season was due to end on a Sunday, something that has never happened before.
Now it is due to end on a Thursday, the typical day for a new Fortnite season.
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We still have Week 3 and 4 of XP Xtravaganza to complete, earning that last bit of XP to get those Holo styles for the Battle Pass skins.
Players will fully complete the Battle Pass and unlock all of the styles at level 220.
The challenges have been leaked and you can check out our guides here:
Bhangra Boogie Cup
Leakers have confirmed that the first tournament in Season 5 will be the Bhangra Boogie Cup.
Giving players the chance to unlock the previously OnePlus exclusive Bhangra Boogie emote.
The emote was previously only acquired by purchasing a select OnePlus mobile phone, but now appears to be on offer to the wider player base.
This does set a precedent that "exclusive" items may never be completely exclusive.
In the past we have seen cosmetics tied to many different brands and events, many of them Samsung related.
The Galaxy and Ikonik skins were promotional items for players that purchased a certain Samsung phone, and have never been made available since.
But with the Bhangra Boogie Cup, it shows anything is possible in Fortnite.
It has been revealed by data miners that the Bhangra Boogie Cup will take place on December 6th, which will be a Sunday.
This will likely take place either 4-7pm, 5-8pm, or 6-9pm in each region.
Times usually vary by country but are typically around the same time every tournament.
Until it is confirmed by Epic Games this just remains a rumour and we will update as we get official confirmation.
Due to being a tournament centred around OnePlus, the mobile phone brand, players must play the tournament on an Android device.
It doesn't need to be a OnePlus device, so phones and tablets from other brands, such as Samsung, can be used as long as they can run Fortnite.
Apart from that there shouldn't be any other eligibility requirements, such as being in a certain division in Arena.
The format is unconfirmed at this time, it will be a point based system as always, but we don't know what the scoring will be in terms of eliminations and placements.
It'll likely be played over 10 matches and either the top number of players, or players over a certain point threshold will receive the rewards.
Leaked by Guille_GAG, players that participate will be able to unlock 4 cosmetic items.
These will be an emote, a spray, a music pack, and what looks like a back bling of a OnePlus phone.
The emote, Bhangra Boogie, was originally given to players who purchased select OnePlus phones, but now it will be given to all players who meet the requirements in the tournament.
As there has been no official announcement by Epic Games yet, we don't know the format of the cup or the points needed to secure each item.
It could be a cup designed to give as many players as possible the items, or may only be granted to a select few who place high in the rankings.
The #FreeFortnite Cup granted all players the #FreeFortnite skin if they earned a certain amount of points.
This score threshold was kept intentionally low to ensure as many players as possible received it.
But in the Marvel Super Series Cups, only the top 1000 players were granted the rewards for free.
These Marvel rewards were then released in the shop too.
But with the emote originally being unlockable by purchasing a certain phone, it likely won't come to the regular Item Shop.