How to watch the Fortnite Season 6 finale event: Start time, details, more

Hamza Khalid
Fortnite Season 5 finale

Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 5 is coming to an end with an epic event that will completely change the battle royale. We have all the information on when the Zero Crisis Finale is, its start time, and other details.

There were a ton of memorable additions during Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 5, including various crossovers with franchises like Terminator and Predator, along with the rare Exotic Weapons. Now, Season 6 will start right after the Zero Crisis Finale.

Epic Games have made it clear that this event will be their “most ambitious story cinematic yet.” You can play it solo or stream the global premiere online, so here is everything you need to know about it.

Fortnite Season 5

When is the Fortnite Zero Crisis Finale?

Epic Games will officially kick off Fortnite Season 6 with The Zero Crisis Finale event on Tuesday, March 16, 2021. It won’t be live and isn’t time-specific, which makes it different from previous Fortnite finale events.

So far, Epic Games haven’t confirmed a start time for the official stream, but we’ll be sure to update this guide once they do. The new format will result in more players participating than usual, so you will share this experience with several others.

Fortnite Zero Crisis Finale event

What will happen during the Zero Crisis Finale?

So far, the developers haven’t revealed too many details about what they have planned for the Zero Crisis Finale event, but we expect it to wrap up Agent Jonesy’s mission in Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 5.

The many different crossovers in this season were explained by Jonesy recruiting different bounty hunters to help him keep players from escaping The Loop. However, that ended up destabilizing the Zero Point towards the end of Season 5.

Epic Games have teased some huge changes to the battle royale, as the event’s aftermath will “shape reality as we know it.”

Agent Jonesy in Fortnite Season 5

How to watch Fortnite Zero Crisis Finale

As we mentioned above, the developers have made this event available to players who want to play solo. However, if you can’t play through it then don’t worry, since you’ll still be able to check it out online.

Epic Games will probably stream the Zero Crisis Finale on the official Fortnite YouTube and Twitch channels. If not, plenty of other Fortnite streamers will pick up the slack.

We expect more details about this event to be revealed soon, and it seems that the finale will affect the battle royale’s meta in a huge way for Season 6.

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