Fortnite events can be absolutely massive, and the Galactus Season 4 ending event will surely follow suit.
But as the Fortnite universe is under threat from Galactus, the Fortnite servers could also be under threat from the rush.
Epic Games Recommendations
For previous major Fortnite events, like the massive in-game Travis Scott concert, Epic Games warned players to get there early to guarantee a spot.
Players learned why Epic Games recommended this by the second Travis Scott concert, the event didn't start for a significant group of players.
For the Fortnite Galactus event, players should follow Epic Games' warning and try to load in at least 30 minutes early. This will give players the best chance to see Galactus rise from the water and attack!
Fortnite servers are typically quite stable, with much less issue than most major games of its size. That doesn't mean there haven't been issues before, however.
We've seen issues like specific game modes going down, bundles go missing from the shop, and worse, events causing players to disconnect, or not load at all.
While Fortnite servers are often very stable, the sheer amount of players hopping on for the Fortnite Season 4 Galactus event could push them over the edge.
With the event firing off at 4pm EST, we'll soon see how the Fortnite servers hold up! To give yourself the best chance at seeing it all, you should hop on at roughly 3:30pm EST to catch the action.