How to Play Fortnite Fracture Event

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The Fortnite ‘Fracture’ Event is the upcoming finale to the popular battle royale title’s third chapter. Though this has notably been the shortest installment in the game’s history to date, many are still excited for the upcoming occasion.

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In-game finales have always been a Fortnite specialty. Because of this, the player base understandably wants to know how to join and play in the upcoming event. If you want to find out how to participate in Chapter 3’s ending scenario, then we’ve got you covered.

Here’s all that you need to know in order to join the in-game finale.

How to Join the Fortnite Fracture Event?

To join the Chapter 3 finale, you’ll simply have to log in to the game once the event starts at 1pm PT / 4pm ET / 9pm GMT on December 3, 2022. According to the Epic Games announcement, the ‘Fracture’ playlist will open 30 minutes prior to the start of the event. This means that you can jump in even before the end begins.

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You’ll also be able to play with friends as Fracture supports parties of up to four players. Alternatively, you can also form a group during the event instead by using Emotes with other users.

If you won’t be able to use your personal console or system during the finale, you’ll be able to stream it instead through a PC web browser or mobile device using the Xbox Cloud Gaming and NVIDIA GeForce Now game services.

Unfortunately, official replays for this occasion won’t be available so Epic Games recommends recording your personal in-game experience as the event unfolds so you can relive it afterwards.

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