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Meteors are finally crashing to earth in Fortnite
Brace yourselves people, it’s finally happening! After weeks of teasing and speculation, massive chunks of rock are now thundering down from the skies over Fortnite’s Battle Royale map and smashing to the earth.
It looks like we’re still at the preliminary stage of the meteor apocalypse, however, with the only real destruction wrought so far seemingly on trees and smaller structures, as well as the nerves of unsuspecting players just minding their own business and trying to do some murder. Thank goodness Epic turned on the emergency broadcast system in time.
As such, it’s still unclear if this dramatic conclusion to Epic’s long-teased meteor event will culminate in the obliteration of the unloved Tilted Towers, or indeed any area of the map. Here’s how things have been looking over in Battle Royale since the sky started falling down.
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