15 Jun 2021 8:57 AM +00:00

Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 7 Teaser Confirms The Arrival Of Cows

Fortnite seems to be going a little overboard with the kind of wildlife they've decided to have in the game. Although cows don't qualify as wild animals, having them in Fortnite is rather odd.


According to data miner HYPEX, a leaked Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 7 teaser contains a cow. This teaser could hint at cows being the newest animals to arrive in the game.


However, no one could confirm the validity of the teaser in question. But then again, it does look too good to be true.


Are cows coming to Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 7?


If the teaser is true, then yes, it does look like cows are coming to Fortnite. Funnily enough, cattle abductions have been synonymous with alien abductions over the years.
Given that we'll be seeing an alien-based theme in the upcoming season, having cows in the game isn't that far-fetched an idea.


That being said, the teaser also displays the silhouette of a city in the background. Now that silhouette could be of a new POI altogether.


The last time we saw such a skyline in the game was when Gotham City was still a thing. But, from the looks of it, we'll probably be seeing this skyline in the game once again.

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Overall, it'll be really interesting to see what new POIs we'll be receiving in the game. The weapons are receiving a complete overhaul, based on the information that the data miners have handed out to us.


The current POIs in the game was very stagnant. It'd be nice if some of them receive some overhaul in the next season, if not all of them. Moreover, the upcoming season is going to be alien/futuristic-themed. In that case, some of the POIs need to be adjusted so that they fit in with the theme itself.

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