Fortnite Season 7 is right around the corner and we're just hours away from the Story Trailer premiering on Fortnite's YouTube. Here's everything you need to know about what's in-store and when it is due to arrive.
New Fortnite Story Trailer Details
We don't know too much about the contents of the Fortnite Season 7 Story Trailer, but we do know when you can tune in and where you need to be looking for it.
Like last season, Epic Games has opted to premiere the new Fortnite Story Trailer on YouTube. This means you can get prepared to watch it with the link below, but you might have to wait a bit before anything happens...
The Fortnite Season 7 Story Trailer is due to be uploaded at 23:00 PST (June 7th) / 02:00 EST (June 8th) / 07:00 (June 8th) and we're expecting it to last between three and four minutes. We're also expecting the Server Downtime to begin at the same time.
Latest Fortnite Teasers
Epic Games hasn't just left everyone to wait without any more information, though. Over the last few days, they have been teasing a few things about Season 7 and leaving everyone stumped with a series of cryptic puzzles and confusing ARG teasers.
Firstly, we have what appear to be a standard pair of glasses...
Looking at the quote, it seems as though this is a direct reference to Clark Kent and Superman. This could be teasing the first collaboration we're due to see in Season 7, or maybe even a Battle Pass skin.
Raven appeared in the Season 6 Battle Pass and the ongoing Fortnite x DC Comics Zero Point collaboration has proven fruitful for Epic Games so far. Maybe it's time the Man of Steel makes an appearance.
Secondly, we have the Butter Robot from Rick & Morty. This appears to confirm another crossover collaboration and we're expecting this one to cost the players money. We know Adult Swim had a wild time with milking Pickle Rick for every penny it was worth.
We could also see this crossover expanded a little more into a Fortnite Island change or maybe an LTM, but only time will tell. Fortnite's Borderlands collaboration was quite substantial and we haven't seen anything like it since.