With the arrival of the patch 12.60 to Fortnite Chapter 2 last Wednesday, may 20, the dataminers game found files that show several of the steps prior to the hypothetical event the end of the Season 2 the Pass Battle. The device of the Final Judgment prepares to be deployed. We will tell you everything that we know below:

Fortnite Chapter 2: so will advance the device to the Final Judgment of the event of Season 2

As we have been able to read several dataminers as HYPEX or spedicey1, at some point in time by determining, the device of the Final Judgment would disappear from the room, Agent Midas. This is the aspect that would have the same without this enigmatic artifact:

So you can see the difference, I leave an image of its own in which we can check the current status of the room of Midas at the time that we published this news:


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We can see the device from the Final Judgment to the fund

Not only that. In addition, at some other time is also undetermined, it would appear a countdown on The Agency (in quadrant E4 on the map) that would indicate how much time would be missing for the start of the event end of Season 2 of Fortnite Chapter 2:

According to the game files, the device of the Final Judgment or “Doomsday Device“as it is called in English, is called “fritter“:

It may be that this name is just a code name, but “fritter” is a word in English archaic that meansto divide something into smaller pieces. What is a clue with respect to what really makes this machine? Time will tell.

Except for some changes or unforeseen last minute, the Season 3 of the Pass of Battle of Fortnite Chapter 2 will begin on Thursday, June 4, 2020. If it is finally held an event for the end of Season 2, as pointed out by the evidence, must be before that date. There is still nothing confirmed by Epic Games, although, taking into account the precedents, it is possible that such an event is held the weekend before the season end: Saturday 30 or Sunday 31.

Source: Twitter/HYPEX, Twitter/spedicey1, Oxford Languages, own elaboration