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How to watch the Fortnite Chapter 3 season 2 finale, Collision

Get together to see the conclusion of this season’s IO vs The Seven story

Suited up Fortnite characters approach a big mecha bear Image: Epic Games

Fortnite Chapter 3 season 2 is coming to a close, and you can watch the finale if you log in to the game at a specific time. The finale event is called Collision, and we can definitely guess it has something to do with the huge Collider in the center of the map. Our Fortnite finale viewing guide explains how to get the special rewards and watch the last part of the season unravel.

The event takes place on June 4 starting at 4 p.m. EDT, and you can join the Collision mode up to 30 minutes before the event to ensure you get matchmade properly. Note that the event is for squads, and if you don’t have a premade group of four people, you’ll be matched with random players. The event is a one-time thing, so you will not be able to experience it live once it’s over.

Starting on June 4 at 8 a.m. EDT, players who log into Fortnite will also get an exclusive loading screen and lobby track to celebrate the end of the season.

We’re not 100% sure what will happen, but we can only guess that the Imagined Order, who have been scattered around the map all season, are going to finally do something with the Collider in the center. However, The Seven have been fighting back (if you’ve been completing the weekly Resistance missions), so it’s not like they’re going to go down without a fight.

Notably, a huge mecha bear has been slowly getting built in the background, so we can expect a huge showdown using this mech.

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