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With the final Fortnite live event over, players are once again unable to play due to server outages on Saturday, June 4th. If you missed the Collision live event, you may have been confused by the “To Continue” message on the home screen.

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Luckily, while this is certainly news for fans who jumped on to Fortnite and stumbled across the call to continue, it means the start of a whole new season is just around the corner. Epic Games has confirmed the release of Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 this Sunday, along with announcing the full server downtime schedule.

What does continuation mean in Fortnite?

If you try to log into Fortnite today and get a “pending” message, it’s due to a recent live event. The Collision Live event takes place on Saturday, June 4, marking the end of Chapter 3 Season 2.

Fortnite has now entered an extended period of downtime before Chapter 3 begins on Sunday, June 5. In the meantime, there is nothing else to do but wait. The “Pending” message will not disappear until maintenance is complete and Season 3 begins.

Fortnite Enters Chapter 3 Season 3 Server Downtime
Yes, Fortnite servers are officially down today. But it’s not all bad news, of course, once it’s back up and running, you can play a whole new season once you’ve downloaded the latest patch.

Players are able to witness another epic live event as the IO and the Resistance vie for control of the island. If you take part in the “collision”, you get the chance to fly a giant mech built by the Resistance. Don’t worry if you missed it, as the entire event can be rewatched on Fortnite’s official YouTube channel.