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What to Expect in Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 4

This season of Fortnite has been quite disappointing, with many players feeling fatigued. However, there is good news on the horizon. Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 4 is set to launch at the end of the month, and here's what we know about it so far.

Firstly, there will be a significant map update. In the past, each season has introduced new biomes to the map, such as Neo Tokyo and the jungle theme. It's expected that Chapter 4 Season 4 will bring something big and exciting to the map.

Additionally, this season marks the end of Chapter 4. Epic Games has decided to move to a model where each chapter consists of four seasons instead of the previous 10 seasons. While some players might be sad to say goodbye to Chapter 3, many are ready for a fresh start.

There are also some exciting collaborations on the horizon. A collaboration with Lego and Doctor Who is expected, with a mini Battle Pass included. These collaborations may come in the next season or in Chapter 5. There is also a WWE skin collaboration coming before the end of this season.

Fans of ROSALÍA will be pleased to know that her iconic emote is coming to the game. It's always fun to see popular artists and their songs featured in Fortnite.

Players can look forward to the return of punchcards, a feature that was sorely missed this season. Additionally, a new starter pack called Haxsaur will be available, offering players a chance to get cheap VBucks.

Fortnite is also introducing new legendary augments and exotic weapons. These augments will have more power, and players will have to level up to unlock them. There are also new exotics like the Balloon Sniper and the Rift Pistol.

While it may be a couple of seasons away, there are rumors that wall running will be tested in Chapter 5. This movement mechanic has been highly anticipated by players.

Overall, Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 4 holds promise for an exciting new gameplay experience. Stay tuned for more leaks and updates.