CNET también está disponible en español.

Ir a español

Don't show this again

Google Stadia review T-Mobile CEO to step down 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E electric SUV The Mandalorian Walmart Black Friday 2019 Early Black Friday Deals

Fortnite Chapter 2 begins after game returns from black hole

The first season of Fortnite's new age brings a whole new map and features.

A new age of Fortnite kicked off Tuesday as the popular battle royale game returned from the black hole that followed Season 10. A cinematic trailer announced the beginning of Chapter 2, which features a whole new map to explore and a bunch of fresh features.

Fortnite's seasons last 10 weeks and typically have a dramatic finale -- July 2018's Season 4 kicked off this trend by ending with a rocket launch. However, Season 10's event, The End, turned out to be a literal end. The game became unplayable after the island was sucked into the darkness and players had to watch a livestream of a black hole instead. 

That black hole resolved itself Tuesday, when the trailer played and early access players -- led by streamer DrLupo -- were thrown back into the game as Fortnite's new age began.

A separate trailer for the Chapter 2 -- Season 1 Battle Pass highlighted a bunch of the new features, like fishing, swimming, pogo sticks and boats.

First published at 2:47 a.m. PT.
Updated at 3:57 a.m. PT: Adds Battle Pass trailer.

Now playing: Watch this: Fortnite's explosive ending, Pixel 4 rumors swirl ahead...
1:37