However, for mobile players, the future is uncertain with the recent legal action taken against Apple and Google.
When the new season releases, there is going to be a pretty massive update.
Here's how to download it!
When the release date rolls around for Chapter 2 Season 4, the update will begin on the launcher.
The update will be fairly large, so don’t expect to be able to play the update as soon as it releases.
You can enable “Auto-updates” for the Epic Games Launcher, so you don’t need to worry about actively starting the update.
Xbox and PlayStation Stores
For the console versions of the games, the update will be fairly self-explanatory.
At the release of the update, you’ll see the icon change on both the PlayStation and Xbox stores.
You’ll then be able to update your game from the store, or your library. However, you won’t be able to pre-load the game for the release time.
NICE - Who can't wait for the new season?
For the Switch, head to your app store to update your game.
The update is likely to be very big, so make sure you have space on your device to install the update.
Currently, Fortnite is unavailable on teh App Store and Google Play Store.
This is due to a lawsuit filed by Apple and Google against Epic Games, shortly after they implemented a new payment system.
There is some concern over the possibility Season 4 will be delayed because of this.
To stay up to date with the Lawsuit, check out our piece here!