Fortnite Season 6 will be ending in the near future and will be replaced by a new theme and battle pass.

Epic Games remains tightlipped over what they will be offering next month but there are a few ideas we can gleam from past events.

This will probably include a big new holidays celebrations, complete with special LTM and outfits to unlock or buy.

But that doesn’t mean that Fortnite Season 7 will be dominated by winter gear for the whole ten weeks run.


Epic Games has yet to announce what they have planned for Fortnite Season 7.

However, there have been a few hints during Fortnite Season what it might contain.

Like with the start of Season 6, Fortnite fans can probably expect a big event to mark the holiday season.

Small events have already started to occur, including a gathering storm in the sky.

Fortnite Season 6 has its own battle pass theme but also tapped into the Halloween spirit leading up to the big day.

So we predict that some kind of snowy event is set to hit the Battle Royale island, complete with map changes and a new mode.

Players have also reported seeing new locations in rifts scattered across the map, including a castle.

This appears to be part of a new snowy area, which currently does not exist.

This probably won’t all happen at the start of Season 7 and will likely be spaced out as we saw with Halloween in 2018.

More will likely be shared by data miners the closer we get to the Fortnite Season 7 start date.


The in-game timer suggests Season 6 will end on December 5, meaning that Season 7 would follow shortly after.

Betting on what day a big event in Fortnite will happen is always dangerous, but from how things have happened in the past, there are some good predictions to make.

Friday, December 7, seems like the logical time for the Fortnite Season 7 release date.

Providing a few days as a buffer between the two seasons, it would also give Epic Games the time to get their updates lined up.

Timing might also depend on how Epic Games plans to launch events in the future, such as Valentine’s Day and New Year.

It should also be noted that the development team have delayed season start times before, so fans shouldn’t be surprised if things kick off a little later in December.

Fans should also expect a new season full of fresh cosmetic designs via the now famous Fortnite Battle Pass.

And the good news is that this cosmetic bundle will likely not go up in price during season 7.

Meaning fans will probably be spending the usual 950 V-Bucks or £7.99/$9.99 in real money.