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Fortnite Chapter 2 Live Stream and Watch the End of Season X


In what was probably one of the most impressive in-game events in the history of gaming, Epic Games‘ Fortnite Season X ended with the game’s entire map being sucked into a black hole last night. You can watch the event in a video from Twitch streamer TimTheTatman that also features fellow streamers DrLupo, cloakzy, and CouRageJD (the end event begins at the 7:30-minute mark).

It didn’t matter where you were in the game, everything was sucked into the black hole. You can check out the view from the lobby of the game during the event below as well.

There had been rumors that Season 11, aka Fortnite Chapter 2, would feature a whole new map for the first time, but no one expected this. Once the end event was over, the game itself, the game’s website and all social channels began showing the Fortnite Chapter 2 live stream with the black hole. It is rumored that the black hole will continue to show until Tuesday, October 15, at which time the new map/game will be introduced to the world. Stay tuned to the live stream video below!

There’s a couple of things worth noting about the Fortnite Chapter 2 live stream. Every two hours, various sets of numbers are shown that carry a message from the Visitor’s Recordings in the Season X “Out of Time” challenges: “I was not alone. Others are outside the loop. This was not calculated. The Zero Point is now inevitable.” You can read much more on the Zero Point here.

Also, the black hole live stream has a hidden mini game! If you use the classic Konami Code — Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A Start/Enter — you will be able to play a  shooter game in which a slice of pizza faces off with burgers, both references to the game’s Pizza Pit and Durr Burger.

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Mirko Parlevliet
Mirko Parlevliet has been reporting on the entertainment industry since 1998 and founded to cover movie, TV, video game, music, and theme park news.