Exactly as it has been happening for some time, this too season 7 from Fortnite of the second Chapter will end with a dedicated event, available to all players of the famous free-to-play. The operation “Skies of Fire” will start exactly on 12 September 2021, at 22:00 Italian.
In this closing event players will find themselves ad assault a real alien ship who had already appeared in previous months, and will conduct a raid to eliminate the enemy threat once and for all.
It will be possible to group with your platoon of friends and prepare for the attack of the hostile ship already thirty minutes earlier of the official start for so get in line and be among the first to be able to test the new contents that will be released on a temporary basis.
Furthermore, on the site of Epic Games of the announcement and that we leave you in the source, there is also an invitation to the players not to forget the challenges left undone before the end of the season and in particular for what concerns the character of Super Man that has come up Fortnite in conjunction with the alien ship for this season 7.
In fact, players will still have little time to redeem the various cosmetic rewards of the completed challenges, as well as having the opportunity to choose manually what content to unblock. At the end of the season, what has been obtained will certainly not be lost in its entirety, but it will no longer be possible to personally choose the desired object, which will be automatically redeemed by the game.
So if you want to unlock these aesthetic elements in a personalized way, you still have a few days before the event arrives and with it the end of this seventh season of the famous Epic free-to-play.
As for the developers’ work on the title, this last season has been a major testing ground for Fortnite which also received a trial from Epic technical improvement important, with even the modification of the technical requirements to be able to play the product on PC. The changes refer in particular to the rendering of dynamic effects such as light reflections on surfaces and liquids.