The folks over at Epic Games have begun teasing the introduction of Fortnite Season 7 as Season 6 comes with an end. With less than three days to do, Epic has begun its first teaser suggesting what to expect from Fortnite Season 7 while it launches next week.
With Kevin now laid to rest, Season 7 is bringing a ton of hopes to the table. So far, we’re pretty confident that the next season would introduce snow to the game. Although, given that we’re going to have Christmas later this month, Epic would most probably decide to cover the whole map with snow… at least that’s what we’re hoping.
The New Ice-Themed Skins
Over the past month or two, several new skins and details have suggested the arrival of snow to Fortnite and it seems like its about time as Fortnite Season 7 makes its way to everyone later this week. The new skin dubbed as AIM, the new Reflex skin as well as other skins have been themed around an icy and cold environment and it seems like Season 7 would play a major role in pivoting what players have anticipated with Season 7.
The Introduction of AIM
Several rumors are suggesting that the reason why AIM has come to the island to warn in inhabitants of a possible threat as a snow-storm continues to pull itself closer to the island where AIM left his parachute.
Several other hints we could notice from the teaser suggest what seems to be the evil mastermind that AIM has come to warn us about. Also, if you look closely towards the right shoulder of the image, you’ll notice that a character is snowboarding or is skiing. This could very well hint the introduction of snowboards and skiing with Fortnite as the Ice Trap suggested months ago.
Haunted Hills To Be Revamped
With the introduction of Season 7, our second thought also seems to be suggesting that Fortnite’s new snow-storm could very well not be able to cover the whole map either given its size. If that’s the case, we’re expecting major revamps across the coastal region of the map, especially around Flush Factory, Lucky Landing, Greasy Grove, Viking Village, Snobby Shores, and Haunted Hills. If you’ve been playing Fortnite for a while, you’ll realize that the snow could virtually cover the left side of the map with ease, especially given that the Valkyrie character has been connected to the Haunted Hills located in the upper-left corner of the map.
In addition to that, the Season 7 teaser could also be suggesting the introduction of the male version of Valkyrie given that they do seem to be sharing similar aesthetics throughout.