Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2 has finally begun, and that means players can expect plenty of events to be part of the popular battle royale's calendar.
With Star Wars, Marvel and more having been tied into the game over the last year or so (and Deadpool arriving as part of this season!), players will likely be itching to find out what could be next.
With so little leaking about the new season so far, we've put together all we know so far here.
Here's our guide to the events of the season.
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Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2: Events Guide – What could happen?
Nothing is off the table when it comes to Epic's use of limited-time events, but here's what could happen.
Data miner @iFireMonkey noted that the playlists in the Fortnite API are now showing Trios at the top – meaning three-man squads could be back. You can find his tweet below.
Trios was recently pushed to the top of the playlists in the API meaning that we should be expecting it to release again soon!— FireMonkey • Fortnite Intel 🎄 (@iFireMonkey) February 12, 2020
Chinese New Year begins on the new moon that appears between 21 January and 20 February, with a number of games opting to celebrate this holiday, it would be a surprise not to see Fortnite do the same.
One skin, in particular, that could make a return is the Wukong Skin.
Wukong is the Legendary skin from the Lunar New Year celebration, first releasing on the 18th February 2018. It is pretty unique as far as skins go, it's decked out with various golden armour pieces. Wukong is not an original character and is known as the "Monkey King" in Chinese legend. The skin didn't come with back bling at first but had the Royale Flags added to it later.
Valentines Day is one of the more famous holidays in February, occurring on the 14th every year. To celebrate, a few skins have been released including the Love Ranger (left) and Cuddle Team Leader (right).
Love Ranger is one of the more unique skins to be added to Fortnite. It came along during Valentine's Day in 2018, depicting what appears to be a roman statue of Cupid. The skin isn't exclusive to the holiday, it's been seen at various times throughout the year, but will likely resurface next February.
Cuddle Team Leader is based on a bear mascot and this fuzzy bright pink outfit shows up from time to time on the shop, so it's not exclusively only available during the holiday.
Perhaps with April Fools included in the season, we could see a few old skins reappear to celebrate this hilarious day.
Peely is an Epic Fortnite Outfit from the Banana Bunch set, released in February 2019. Peely was available via the Battle Pass during Season 8 and could be unlocked at Tier 47. Considering one of the most classic comical gags involves a banana peel, it could present an appealing chance to bring back this skin.
The Boy II
A little bit of a guess, but could Fortnite tie-in with horror movie sequel The Boy II? We'd say no, but considering the IT Chapter 2 event, who knows?
The Invisible Man
Could we get a limited-time mode where one player turns invisible? Stranger things have happened.
A Quiet Place: Part II
Given Fortnite's noisy nature, maybe this one is a miss.
No Time To Die
We've got everything crossed to be able to drive around the Fortnite map in an Aston Martin in a 007 crossover event.
Possibly sneaking into the tail end of the season, could we see another superhero tie-in with Marvel's Black Widow?